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The Ryan-Sununu Plan to Overhaul Social Security
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The Ryan-Sununu Plan to Overhaul Social Security

The Washington Post recently editorialized on the desirability of reforming Social Security via personal retirement accounts that workers own and control. The scuttlebutt around Washington at the time was that the Post's virtual endorsement of personal accounts could pave the way for Sen. John Kerry to scrap the mindless mantra - "I will never privatize Social Security" - he had been using to dodge saying how he would modernize Social Security and prevent its bankruptcy.

09/21/2004
Michigan to Host FreedomRocks Event with Ted Nugent
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Michigan to Host FreedomRocks Event with Ted Nugent

09/21/2004
Michigan to Host FreedomRocks Event with Ted Nugent
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Michigan to Host FreedomRocks Event with Ted Nugent

09/21/2004
No Justice in West Virginia Courts
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No Justice in West Virginia Courts

West Virginians understand why President Bush is fighting for tort reform as part of his ‘ownership society’ agenda. The state has one of the most dysfunctional legal systems in the nation. In fact, Harris Interactive conducted a poll of senior corporate lawyers who rated West Virginia’s courts the second worst in the country, topped only by Mississippi. With comprehensive tort reform taking effect in Mississippi on September 1st, West Virginia is a likely candidate for bottom of the list in the coming years.

09/20/2004
Illinois Telecom Battle: Write Your Newspaper!
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Illinois Telecom Battle: Write Your Newspaper!

Help the Fight for Real Telecom Competition in Illinois-- here's a sample letter to the editor for you to send or use in crafting your own letter to your local newspaper or elected official. Good luck! Dear Legislator/Editor: In 2005, Illinois lawmakers will have the chance to completely rewrite the state telecommunications law, some parts of which are more than a decade old. That means consumers have a chance to see more choices in new products and services, but only if the legislature opens the telecom market to more competition.

09/20/2004
Telecom Backgrounder: What is Illinois Waiting for?
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Telecom Backgrounder: What is Illinois Waiting for?

09/20/2004
FreedomWorks PAC Sets the Record Straight in South Carolina Senate Race
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FreedomWorks PAC Sets the Record Straight in South Carolina Senate Race

COLUMBIA, SC. In the race for South Carolina's open U.S. Senate seat, Inez Tenenbaum's distortions of Jim DeMint's record on taxes are nothing short of absurd. That’s why FreedomWorks PAC—which was created on July 22, 2004, as part of the merger between Citizens for a Sound Economy (CSE) and Empower America-- is entering the debate in South Carolina to set the record straight. FreedomWorks PAC President Matt Kibbe commented:

09/20/2004
Telecom Reform Campaign: What is Illinois Waiting for?
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Telecom Reform Campaign: What is Illinois Waiting for?

Help Keep Illinois A National Leader in Telecom! The State of Illinois can maintain a thriving competitive market for telecom and promote the adoption of new technologies by embracing free market principles that encourage job creation and capital investment. (click here to download critical information and talking points as well as a sample letter to the editor on this important issue.)

09/20/2004
Telecom Reform Campaign: What is Illinois Waiting for?
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Telecom Reform Campaign: What is Illinois Waiting for?

Help Keep Illinois A National Leader in Telecom! The State of Illinois can maintain a thriving competitive market for telecom and promote the adoption of new technologies by embracing free market principles that encourage job creation and capital investment. (click here to download critical information and talking points as well as a sample letter to the editor on this important issue.)

09/20/2004
Schlafly's tenacity praised
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Schlafly's tenacity praised

BY Christina Ianzito

Phyllis Schlafly, queen of the conservative movement, reigned over her 80th birthday celebration Saturday with 450 friends, family and colleagues lavishing praise and thanks. The high profiles of her well-wishers -- Jack Kemp, Bob Novak, John Fund, Brent Bozell and Grover Norquist , among them -- said as much about her drawing power as a conservative activist Republican as their tributes to a woman whose vast influence and deep understanding of political issues allowed her to take on any foe. "She is a Renaissance woman," Mr. Kemp said, with "the same influence as Bill Buckley, a source of principled conservatism that gives intellectual weight to the whole movement." "An inspiration" and "the original superwoman" added Mr. Fund, who noted that her "greatest accomplishment was convincing women that 'just because you're in the kitchen doesn't mean you can't change the world with a phone and a fax and the Internet.' " Mrs. Schlafly seemed little changed from her 1960s self in a poppy-red gown and double strand of pearls as she held court during a pre-dinner VIP reception at Arlington's Marriott Crystal Gateway Hotel. A line of fans waited patiently to have their pictures taken with the woman who first gained national attention with "A Choice Not an Echo," her best-selling -- and self-published -- book about 1964 presidential candidate Barry Goldwater, and then became even more famous for engineering the defeat of the Equal Rights Amendment and championing the Eagle Forum, the grass-roots organization that has elected countless conservative Republicans around the country. After the Pledge of Allegiance, the singing of "The Star- Spangled Banner" and a steak-and mashed-potatoes dinner, the tributes began with Mr. Kemp's teasing greeting to "fellow members of the 'vast right wing conspiracy.' " Those who followed struck more serious notes, with many praising Mrs. Schlafly for her willingness to take on powerful opponents in crusades against everything from sex education, abortion and judges who perform "marriages" for same-sex couples to D.C. statehood, multiculturalism and the European Union. Elaine Donnelly, head of the Center for Military Readiness, which opposes "the feminization of the American military," noted proudly that the guest of honor had "taken on an astonishing array of adversaries" including communists, the child-care industry, the United Nations, "Boy Scout bashers," "environmental extremists," "secularists who don't like Christmas," "abortionists who have ice in their veins" and "our favorite foe, the feminists." (Feminist Betty Friedan once announced she would like to burn Mrs. Schlafly at the stake.) But the overwhelming message of the evening was a positive one: Phyllis Schlafly has changed the world, and for the better. Later, the matriarch of the family-values movement revealed she had never lost sight of her most important mission. Asked to name the greatest accomplishment of her life, she didn't hesitate a moment before replying, "My six wonderful children." --

09/20/2004

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