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Profiles in Liberty: S.B. Fuller

You’ll never hear the name of Samuel B. Fuller in your African American Studies class. His story is a remarkable one, but not exactly a narrative your Marxist professor wants heard.

01/15/2016
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Common Core Is Bad for Ohio and Bad for You

Six years after ranking fifth in the nation, Ohio’s public education system has fallen to 23rd. The annual Quality Counts report by Education Week includes indicators such as test scores, education finance, and graduation rates to determine a score out of 100. The best state in each category receives 100, and all other states are graded relative to that state. Ohio received a score of 74.9, a C.

01/15/2016
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Administration Is Putting Its Radical Agenda in Front of Working Class Americans

Following the Department of the Interior’s announcement of a pause in new leases for coal mining on federal land, FreedomWorks CEO Adam Brandon commented:

01/15/2016
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Georgia Governor Makes Emotional Case for Justice Reform at RNC Winter Meeting

Criminal justice reform was on the menu at a luncheon Thursday during the Republican National Committee winter meeting in Charleston, South Carolina. Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal served up an emotional talk about his efforts to reform the Peach State’s approach to corrections.

01/14/2016
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IRS Bureaucrats Could Still Be Targeting Conservatives

Following the release of a Government Accountability Office report on the flawed auditing processes at the Internal Revenue Service, FreedomWorks National Grassroots Director Noah Wall commented:

01/14/2016
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Stephen Moore visits Charleston for pre-debate luncheon

On Wednesday, January 13, more than 100 FreedomWorks activists gathered for a pre-debate luncheon at Sticky Fingers Ribhouse in downtown Charleston, South Carolina to hear FreedomWorks Senior Economic Contributor, Stephen Moore, brief them on what to expect in tonight’s G.O.P. debate.

01/14/2016
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Talk of a Brokered Convention Shows the Republican Establishment Still Doesn’t Get It

It’s no secret that many Republican insiders are scared that Donald Trump may actually win the nomination for president. They view the billionaire real estate mogul with a proclivity for making politically incorrect statements as a disaster for the party in a general election.

01/14/2016
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A Small Victory in the Fight for Justice Reform

Included in the handful of conservative policy victories at the end of 2015 was the passage of the Wrongful Convictions Tax Relief Act, which was introduced by Rep. Sam Johnson (R-Texas). The bill was included in the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH) Act, otherwise known as the "tax extenders" package. In July, FreedomWorks released a letter of support for the Wrongful Convictions Tax Relief Act.

01/14/2016
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19 Ridiculous Federal Criminal Laws and Regulations

One of the more interesting aspects of FreedomWorks' justice reform project is studying the over-criminalization. It is an issue that many want to avoid, preferring instead to focus their efforts on other very worthy issues like sentencing and corrections reform. Of course, we support these efforts. With 4,500 to 5,000 federal criminal statutes and as many as 400,000 regulations carrying criminal penalties, over-criminalization is a problem, and it is one that does not get nearly enough attention.

01/14/2016
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How ObamaCare Destabilized the Insurance Market

By now, most people realize that the Affordable Care Act has not done much to help bring down the cost of medical care. In fact, insurance plans keep getting more expensive every year. Because of these failings, the administration has consistently had trouble getting people to sign up on the exchanges. Still, there’s one provision of ObamaCare that has remained popular despite its other failings: the requirement that insurers cover preexisting conditions.

01/14/2016

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