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DE Legislature Attempts Disasterous Healthcare Overhaul in Wake of ObamaCare Ruling
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DE Legislature Attempts Disasterous Healthcare Overhaul in Wake of ObamaCare Ruling

A new bill recently proposed in the Delaware legislature is threatening to implement a single-payer healthcare system that will destroy private health insurance, raise taxes, and drive away jobs and businesses in the First State.  In the midst of a potential ObamaCare failure in the Supreme Court, this bill would essentially work towards effectively socializing medicine in Delaware. 

06/18/2012
NH School Choice Bills Provide Prime Example for PA
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NH School Choice Bills Provide Prime Example for PA

As a vote on school choice reform looms closer in Pennsylvania, a potential school choice victory in New Hampshire is moving forward.  Two bills promising to provide tax credits to businesses that donate to nonprofit scholarships have been passed by both houses of the legislature.  Despite the governor’s "real concerns" about the proposed legislation, both bills have veto-proof majority support.  While opponents argue that these bills will take money ou

06/13/2012
FreedomWorks Invades Harrisburg
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FreedomWorks Invades Harrisburg

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania has been a center for the fight for school choice.On June 6, with only five activists and four hundred signs, Harrisburg was invaded by school choice signs. The signs sent a message to the Pennsylvania legislators because a school choice bill is to be voted on soon.

06/07/2012
Obamacare: It's The Bureaucracy, Stupid
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Obamacare: It's The Bureaucracy, Stupid

While being interviewed by a progressive author for a book about conservatives a few years ago, I was asked why I thought the government shouldn't be running health care in America. I replied that it wasn't so much that I thought it shouldn't but that I thought it couldn't, at least with any semblance of efficiency or cost-effectiveness. 

06/05/2012
Romney, Leavitt and Repealing Obamacare
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Romney, Leavitt and Repealing Obamacare

Mitt Romney has reportedly chosen an Obamacare proponent to lead his transition team. Romney's attempt to soft-pedal the choice of former Bush appointee Mike Leavitt to the important post shows an understanding of how controversial the pick might be.

06/04/2012
FOX News Analyst Praises FreedomWorks For Outstanding Grassroots Work in Wisconsin
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FOX News Analyst Praises FreedomWorks For Outstanding Grassroots Work in Wisconsin

FOX News analyst and CBN News Chief Political Correspondent David Brody told the FOX News Sunday panel today the Wisconsin recall vote this week will be a clear defeat for unions. Brody praised the Tea Party, FreedomWorks, AFP and others for their outstanding work in the state.FreedomWorks gets a much deserved shout out!

06/03/2012
Where Walker Succeeds, Unions Fail and Wisconsin Wins
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Where Walker Succeeds, Unions Fail and Wisconsin Wins

By: Jim Hoft and Andrea RyanNext Tuesday, Wisconsin will hold its recall election for Governor Scott Walker.  The impetus for this movement started early last year when the newly elected governor imposed bold changes in order to rescue Wisconsin’s deeply red budget.  As we have seen with other states in a fiscal mess, such as New Jersey, the only fix for the health of the state’s current and future economy is through a strong leader with a fearless drive to make the unpopular and difficult (but correct) decisions.  Enacting common sense economic principles should not make for a “pioneer”, yet decades of lavish spending in excess of state revenues has become the new norm, making actions based on common sense the new “radical”.

06/01/2012
Should a wealthy family relinquish the rewards of hard work?
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Should a wealthy family relinquish the rewards of hard work?

What if I told you that a graduate of a private college-prep high school, after racking up a 3.75 GPA and a standout career on the varsity football team, chose among many offers and accepted a full athletic scholarship to UCLA? Would this be news?What if I told you that he weighed offers from several FBS schools before choosing UCLA? Happens every day, right?

06/01/2012
Emperor Bloomberg Is Banning Slurpees While Athens Burns
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Emperor Bloomberg Is Banning Slurpees While Athens Burns

A Sickly GDP, Declining Corporate Profits, Europe Is Cratering... Bloomberg Wants To Regulate SlurpeesBy: Jim Hoft and Andrea RyanNero is banning slurpees while Athens burns.

05/31/2012
The Minimum Wage - More Unintended Consequences
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The Minimum Wage - More Unintended Consequences

All across our nation this summer, especially in larger cities, millions of Americans will be unable to find a job. The young, the poorly educated, and minorities will be the most affected. The biggest reason is the minimum wage and the barrier it creates to full employment.

05/31/2012

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