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Obama's Parting Gift: Midnight Regulations Incoming
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Obama's Parting Gift: Midnight Regulations Incoming

Win or lose, the Obama administration isn't done expanding the government yet.  A large number of regulations are under development in several agencies that will cost billions of dollars in the economy and devastate companies already struggling to profit and expand in this sluggish economy.  Even if President Obama is defeated, his administrations can act during the "lame duck" period between the election and the inauguration to leave behind new regulations that will be difficult for a Romney administration to repeal - a practice known as creating "midnight regulations".

11/06/2012
Hurricane Sandy, Frédéric Bastiat, and "Econ 101"
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Hurricane Sandy, Frédéric Bastiat, and "Econ 101"

As the Hurricane Sandy recovery effort begins, the most recent reports put the American death toll at 88 lives. Estimates of the economic damage caused by the storm vary, but some put the figure at a staggering $50 billion. Like clockwork, however, a handful of "economists" have crawled out of the woodwork to proclaim that there's a silver lining to the disaster: Ultimately, this will help the economy!

11/03/2012
FreePAC Connects Grassroots, Heroes
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FreePAC Connects Grassroots, Heroes

FreedomWorks held another of its successful FreePAC grassroots activism events October 19, this time in Kissimmee, Florida, near Orlando.  Freedom-loving activists from around the region came to learn the basics of getting out the vote (GOTV) and to be inspired by great speeches. The highlight for this jaded blogger is getting to meet the heroes of the movement.

10/22/2012
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Office Hours with Dr. Brough: “The Constitution, Taxes, and Social Security”

Our first ever “Office Hours” segment was a fantastic success last week. Thanks to everyone’s support the link was shared more than 16,000 times on Facebook. Numerous questions were sent to our e-mail account, and, while we wish we could answer them all, time allows for only a few.

10/19/2012
Public Demand Compels RUNAWAY SLAVE to be Available Through Video On Demand
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Public Demand Compels RUNAWAY SLAVE to be Available Through Video On Demand

The controversial documentary RUNAWAY SLAVE continues its viral sweep across the country leading up to the 2012 Presidential Election. The demand has compelled the creators of the controversial documentary to make the film available to all, through multiple Video On Demand outlets, as of October 16.

10/18/2012
FreePAC: Great Speakers and Great Training
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FreePAC: Great Speakers and Great Training

FreedomWorks put on another of its great FreePAC events on Saturday, October 13, this time in front of a crowd of 1,600 in Phoenix, AZ and 13,000 over the Internet. As is always the case, the combination of training session and freedom rally proved to be a winner.The line up of speakers included Glenn Beck, with what many are calling his best speech ever. But I'd never heard Michelle Ugenti, Greg Abbott, Matt Salmon, or Jim Waring speak, and I came away impressed with all of them.Two more FreePAC events will happen before the election: October 19 in Kissimmee, Florida and October 26 in Schaumberg, Illinois.

10/17/2012
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Office Hours with Dr. Brough: “Is Obama’s Recovery Working?”

We get a lot of e-mails at FreedomWorks from people who want to know which economic policies we endorse and why we endorse them. This is a good thing. Economics is a specialty, and it does the republic no good when people pretend to understand economics but aren’t available to discuss their ideas. (This is only a slight jab at Paul Krugman’s debate jitters).

10/12/2012
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Fisher v. University of Texas: Here’s Your Fact Sheet!

Abigail Fisher and Rachel Michalewicz, two Caucasian women, were denied admission to the University of Texas and subsequently filed suit alleging that the university’s selection process discriminated against them on the basis of race. Lower courts upheld its constitutionality in accordance with the Grutter v. Bollinger (2003) ruling.

10/12/2012
Mind the Gap: The Disparity Between Obama's Revenue Increases and Spending on Entitlements
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Mind the Gap: The Disparity Between Obama's Revenue Increases and Spending on Entitlements

The following study demonstrates that the proposed revenue and tax increases being championed by President Obama will have a negligible impact on the ability of the federal government to finance entitlement programs over the next 15 years. Raising taxes risks economic growth without alleviating the budgetary crisis.

10/05/2012
Refuting J.D. Kleinke’s “Conservative Case for ObamaCare”
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Refuting J.D. Kleinke’s “Conservative Case for ObamaCare”

Little lasts for long in the world of politics. Popular politicians grow obscure, national movements wither (Occupy, anyone?), and broad coalitions splinter. One remarkable exception to that general rule, however, is the coalition to repeal and replace ObamaCare. Despite multiple years passing since President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law, the “full repeal” coalition has actually gathered steam.

10/05/2012

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