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President Obama opposed Obamacare
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President Obama opposed Obamacare

Maybe he should have told Nancy Pelosi.

02/02/2011
FreedomWorks' Top Federal Budget Cuts: $3.5 Trillion Worth, Just for Starters
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FreedomWorks' Top Federal Budget Cuts: $3.5 Trillion Worth, Just for Starters

[Click here for a pdf version of this report for printing.] Top Federal Budget Cuts: $3.5 Trillion Worth, Just for Starters  By: Julie Borowski

01/26/2011
Would you send your money to a failed bank?
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Would you send your money to a failed bank?

School Choice Observance approaching Jan 23-Jan 29 2011 Public Schools in Los Angeles are failing, in fact 250 to be exact have already failed, 250 public schools in one state!  That’s an amazing number; imagine if your child was forced to attend one of those plagued 250?  Imagine if you were tied to a failing school simply because you purchased a home in a certain zip code before you had children or when your children were very young?  We tend not to think about our freedom to provide the best possible education for our children until this freedom is taken aw

01/19/2011
Deneen Borelli: In Desperate Bid to Stay Relevant, NAACP Chief Plays False Race Card Against Beck Supporters
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Deneen Borelli: In Desperate Bid to Stay Relevant, NAACP Chief Plays False Race Card Against Beck Supporters

Deneen Borelli, a Project 21 fellow, Fox News contributor, and FreedomWorks fellow has a great new piece up at FoxNews.com on the baseless claims that Glenn Beck supporters are racist and the true intentions of NAACP President Ben Jealous:

09/01/2010
No Wine Shall Be Served Before Its Time--
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No Wine Shall Be Served Before Its Time--

Click here for a .pdf version of the paper.   No Wine Shall Be Served Before Its Time— At Least Not Without Wholesalers Taking a Cut

07/21/2010
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The Internet "Kill Switch"

 

06/18/2010
Taxing in a Recession?
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Taxing in a Recession?

Earlier this month, Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell proposed new tax increases to shrink the upcoming 1.7 billion dollar budget deficit. Governor Rendell has already resorted to Orwellian tactics. In an effort to collect from people who owe back-taxes, the Governor proposed an amnesty program which reduces the penalties and half the interest will be waived before the June 18th deadline. The State spent three million dollars in advertisements for this program, and the video is ‘Big-Brother-esque’ warning citizens “We know who you are.”

06/14/2010
Issue Analysis 118 - The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: To Drill or Not to Drill?
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Issue Analysis 118 - The Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: To Drill or Not to Drill?

Oil exploration in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) has become one of the most politically contentious provisions of the debate over national energy policy. Assessments show that there are likely to be significant quantities of oil in ANWR and that this could add appreciably to domestic supplies. However, recovering this oil is certain to have impacts on the region’s environment. The question for policymakers is whether these environmental impacts are so significant that they should preclude all exploration and production, or whether they are minimal and manageable.

05/17/2001
Issue Analysis 116 - Oregon Plan Can Reignite the Flame of Internet Tax Freedom
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Issue Analysis 116 - Oregon Plan Can Reignite the Flame of Internet Tax Freedom

At the time of writing, 16 states are considering legislation to enlist in a “cooperating sovereignty” arrangement to force out-of-state businesses to collect their taxes. Two versions of the legislation exist: one proposed by the original cartel, the “Streamlined Sales and Use Tax Project,” (SSTP) and a slightly different version proposed by the National Conference of State Legislators (NCSL).

03/14/2001
Issue Analysis 111 - Broadband Forced Access: Still a Solution in Search of a Problem
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Issue Analysis 111 - Broadband Forced Access: Still a Solution in Search of a Problem

Forced access regulation would compel cable companies to provide non-discriminatory use of their lines to competing Internet Service Providers (ISPs). The goal is to ensure that ISPs that do not own cable lines can use existing cable the lines to reach their customers in the same way and on the same terms as IPSs owned by cable companies.

10/12/2000

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