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Hundreds of Gwinnett Residents Protest Proposed Tax Hike
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Hundreds of Gwinnett Residents Protest Proposed Tax Hike

BY Patrick Fox

Close to 300 Gwinnett County residents gathered at Suwanee Town Center Park on Monday evening to increase pressure on the County Commission to balance its budget without raising property taxes.The rally, sponsored by FreedomWorks and Atlanta Tea Party Patriots, featured an array of state and local officials, including state Insurance Commissioner John Oxendine, Rep. Melvin Everson (R-Snellville) and Secretary of State Karen Handel.“Real Republicans cut spending at all levels,” said County Commissioner Mike Beaudreau, who has already spoken out against the proposal.

07/01/2009
Endorsements fall on voters' deaf ears
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Endorsements fall on voters' deaf ears

BY NANCY BADERTSCHER, JIM THARPE

History has some morning-after advice for politicians who can't resist making endorsements in primary elections: Don't do it.

08/12/2004
GOP's appeal to blacks real
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GOP's appeal to blacks real

BY Jim Wooten

When Republicans are advised to choose the black rather than the white in the 8th Congressional District runoff, a perfectly legitimate question arises: Isn't a preference that takes account of race affirmative action politics? That's a question conservatives debate as a result of Dylan Glenn's endorsements from former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former vice presidential candidate Jack Kemp. Both think Glenn's success would draw other blacks into the Republican Party, which is essential to building a stable governing majority.

08/08/2004
Jack Kemp endorses Glenn in 8th District
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Jack Kemp endorses Glenn in 8th District

BY ERIC STIRGUS

Former GOP vice presidential candidate Jack Kemp tossed his support Monday to Dylan Glenn's candidacy for Georgia's 8th Congressional District. "He knows Washington, D.C.," Kemp, a former quarterback, New York congressman and U.S. housing secretary, said about Glenn. "He knows the 8th District. He was born in Georgia, in Columbus. This will give him an ability to represent the district immediately."

08/02/2004
Tax cuts help tame government growth
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Tax cuts help tame government growth

BY Wayne T. Brough

On numerous occasions, Nobel laureate Milton Friedman has argued that tax cuts are the only effective measure to discipline federal spending. In fact, the question of whether the tax cut will boost economic growth or stimulate the economy is secondary for Friedman. What is more important, and what should be the topic of debate, is the need to limit the size and scope of government, which at the federal level alone already consumes 20 percent of the nation's output.

05/25/2003
Tax Cuts Help Tame Government Growth
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Tax Cuts Help Tame Government Growth

BY Wayne T. Brough

On numerous occasions, Nobel laureate Milton Friedman has argued that tax cuts are the only effective measure to discipline federal spending. In fact, the question of whether the tax cut will boost economic growth or stimulate the economy is secondary for Friedman. What is more important, and what should be the topic of debate, is the need to limit the size and scope of government, which at the federal level alone already consumes 20 percent of the nation's output.

05/25/2003
Tax Cuts Help Tame Government Growth
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Tax Cuts Help Tame Government Growth

BY Wayne T. Brough

On numerous occasions, Nobel laureate Milton Friedman has argued that tax cuts are the only effective measure to discipline federal spending. In fact, the question of whether the tax cut will boost economic growth or stimulate the economy is secondary for Friedman. What is more important, and what should be the topic of debate, is the need to limit the size and scope of government, which at the federal level alone already consumes 20 percent of the nation's output.

05/25/2003