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The Reagan Revolution Lives
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The Reagan Revolution Lives

BY Grover Norquist

We must wait for several weeks to learn who will serve as President from January 2005 to January 2009. But one question asked in 2000 can now be answered: Will the Reagan coalition continue to define the nature and structure of the modern Republican Party?

09/30/2004
Media Advisory: Sandra Jaques Available for Talk Radio Interviews on Social Security Reform
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Media Advisory: Sandra Jaques Available for Talk Radio Interviews on Social Security Reform

The looming Social Security crisis is perhaps the most important issue facing the U.S. economy. The retirement security crisis further became a key election issue when President Bush proposed allowing workers to divert a portion of their Social Security payroll taxes into a Personal Retirement Account (PRA) similar to a 401(k). Sandra Jaques, director of the Iowa chapter of FreedomWorks, will be available for talk radio interviews on Personal Retirement Account (PRA) reform plans and the role that the Social Security issue is playing in this election cycle.

09/29/2004
Media Advisory: Sandra Jaques Available for Talk Radio Interviews on Social Security Reform
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Media Advisory: Sandra Jaques Available for Talk Radio Interviews on Social Security Reform

The looming Social Security crisis is perhaps the most important issue facing the U.S. economy. The retirement security crisis further became a key election issue when President Bush proposed allowing workers to divert a portion of their Social Security payroll taxes into a Personal Retirement Account (PRA) similar to a 401(k). Sandra Jaques, director of the Iowa chapter of FreedomWorks, will be available for talk radio interviews on Personal Retirement Account (PRA) reform plans and the role that the Social Security issue is playing in this election cycle.

09/29/2004
Taxpayer Bill of Rights Proposed
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Taxpayer Bill of Rights Proposed

GARLAND -- Almost three decades after leading the signature collection for a citizen initiative which repealed Maine's state property tax, Mary Adams of Garland has announced the formation of a political action committee (PAC) in preparation for another statewide volunteer effort. This time, to put a Taxpayer Bill of Rights before the voters in referendum next year.

09/28/2004
FreedomWorks Goes Door to Door in Fort Mill, South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Goes Door to Door in Fort Mill, South Carolina

FORT MILL, SC. Fifteen FreedomWorks members rallied in South Carolina on Wednesday, September 22, 2004, and delivered election information to over 1,000 homes in the Fort Mill area. The South Carolina action is part of FreedomWorks’s national 2004 voter education campaign. FreedomWorks employs good old fashioned “shoe leather” politics with a standing army of 360,000 experienced political volunteers who lead election year activities including rallies, phone tree call-downs, and door to door efforts.

09/28/2004
FreedomWorks Goes Door to Door in Fort Mill, South Carolina
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FreedomWorks Goes Door to Door in Fort Mill, South Carolina

FORT MILL, SC. Fifteen FreedomWorks members rallied in South Carolina on Wednesday, September 22, 2004, and delivered election information to over 1,000 homes in the Fort Mill area. The South Carolina action is part of FreedomWorks’s national 2004 voter education campaign. FreedomWorks employs good old fashioned “shoe leather” politics with a standing army of 360,000 experienced political volunteers who lead election year activities including rallies, phone tree call-downs, and door to door efforts.

09/28/2004
For Bush canvassers, victory starts with a knock
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For Bush canvassers, victory starts with a knock

BY Judy Keen

WAUWATOSA, Wis. — The most sophisticated, most expensive presidential contest in history may be decided by the simplest, most old-fashioned of campaign techniques, by people like David Karst and Richard Eaton. It's a balmy evening, and people in this Milwaukee suburb are working in their yards or sitting down to dinner. Karst and Eaton, toting clipboards and Bush-Cheney '04 brochures, are walking through a middle-class neighborhood doing what's known in the campaign business as "doors."

09/28/2004
Goli Ameri
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Goli Ameri

Q. Do you think it was it a good idea to go into Iraq? A. I do. I understand why some Americans are against the war. We’re a kind, generous and decent people. But we can’t say the same about the terrorists. The way for us to be safe is for the Middle East to become free, and we’re going to need linchpins in that part of the world. Wu: My opponent says that she will stand “shoulder to shoulder” with George Bush in support of the war in Iraq and that she wants our troops to remain there. I disagree. I’ve consistently voted in support of our troops in Iraq. Now our allies must step forward to share our burden, and we must create a plan to bring our troops home safely.

09/28/2004
Washington’s Initiative I-884 Tax Hike
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Washington’s Initiative I-884 Tax Hike

A look behind the Oz-worthy curtain hiding the truth about Initiative 884 (I-884) reveals that it is simply a $1 billion dollar tax hike. It will increase the sales tax by 15.4 percent to create more money for the state’s government to spend. It would make Washington’s sales tax the highest in the nation, and would cost the state about 10,000 jobs—retail being hit particularly hard as people begin shopping instead in sales tax-free Oregon and on the Internet.

09/27/2004
Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tax Cuts
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Wisconsin Activists Rally For Tax Cuts

RACINE, WI – On the heels of Congress’ move to extend tax cuts targeted to the middle class, FreedomWorks activists were in Racine to show their support for the Administration’s tax policies. Several activists carried signs urging motorists near the site of a recent Presidential visit to “honk” to keep their tax cuts. While President Bush was inside rallying his supporters, FreedomWorks was outside, rallying local motorists to show their support for the Bush tax cuts.

09/27/2004

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