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Republican Establishment Bails Out Big Business in $85 Billion Tax Break Bill

The ruling class of Big Business and their political partners are at it again, this time with a mammoth, bipartisan $85 billion two-year tax break bill moving through the Senate that would increase government spending for their mutual gain.

05/01/2014
Happy Birthday Milton Friedman, ‘Father of School Vouchers’
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Happy Birthday Milton Friedman, ‘Father of School Vouchers’

BY Matt Kibbe

Today, the late Noble-Prize winning economist and one of the greatest freedom fighter of our lifetime Milton Friedman would have celebrated his 98th birthday. By far, the most admired trait of Friedman was his presentation of the ideas of liberty. As one of the true geniuses of the 20th century, he was an excellent communicator who successfully explained complex economic theories in a simple manner. He was a spokesman for capitalism who inspired countless individuals through his intelligence and kindness.

08/02/2010
Flake’s Still Up for Appropriations Spot
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Flake’s Still Up for Appropriations Spot

BY Amanda Carpenter

Although earmark hawk Rep. Jeff Flake (R.-Ariz.) may be a long-shot for the spot, he’s is still in the running to be appointed to the House Appropriations Committee. When Rep. Roger Wicker (R.-Miss.) left the House to fill Sen. Trent Lott’s empty Senate seat, he left an open seat on the powerful Appropriations Committee. Flake, a long time opponent of pork barrel spending, has aggressively campaigned for the position and has been loudly backed by movement conservatives. But for those very reasons many House Republicans are reluctant to put him on the committee.

02/12/2008
OMB: White House Will Fight Politics, Taxes
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OMB: White House Will Fight Politics, Taxes

BY Amanda Carpenter

The White House is prepared to hold fast against heavy-handed politics and Democratic tax hikes, said the newly-installed Director of the Office of Management and Budget Jim Nussle.

10/02/2007
Good News for People Who Like Bad News
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Good News for People Who Like Bad News

BY Peter Suderman

When it comes to the economy, no one likes bad news—no one, that is, except for liberal politicians. Why? Because liberals rely on bad news to sell their policies of choice. In fact, their whole approach to the economy is almost entirely predicated on it. From health care to social security to global warming, their number one tactic is to appeal to anxiety, fear, and worry. It's in their political interests to convince the public that things are bad, very bad—and probably going to get worse.

09/11/2007
Kingmakers Eye Thompson
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Kingmakers Eye Thompson

BY Amanda Carpenter

Fred Thompson’s forthcoming announcement that he will seek the Republican nomination for President will push pollsters and conservative kingmakers to increase their scrutiny of the former Tennessee senator. As an unofficial candidate Thompson dominated polls throughout the summer season of presidential campaigning. A September 5 Rasmussen poll found Thompson polling 23% among likely Republican primary voters. Thompson was only a point behind Republican front-runner Rudy Giuliani.

09/05/2007
Fear and Loathing at Live Earth
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Fear and Loathing at Live Earth

BY Matt Kibbe

“I think that they should take a look at what their companies are doing and just ask themselves as human beings whether or not this is the way they want to spend their lives, if this is the way they want to earn a living, if this is the kind of contribution they want to make to the society in which we live.” -- Al Gore

07/10/2007
The Gospel of Gore
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The Gospel of Gore

BY Amanda Carpenter

If Al Gore wore a high-collared black suit instead of a polo shirt and jeans to the Washington, D.C. Live Earth concert, he might have been mistaken for a preacher. He gave a brief sermon Saturday, July 7 on global warming with a solemn opening. “Today we are gathered on all seven continents and eight giant concerts and in 10,000 other gatherings, many as large as this one, two billion people, we are gathered, with one message.”

07/09/2007
The Real Skinny on Socialized Medicine
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The Real Skinny on Socialized Medicine

BY Matt Kibbe

“I'm the thinnest f@#king guy in town!" --Michael Moore (Rolling Stone 9/17/04) In his new film Sicko, Michael Moore makes it clear that he is a big fan of government-run health care. He may in fact be one of the biggest fans of socialized medicine in America, given his well-documented penchant for donuts and double Quarter-Pounders with cheese.

06/26/2007
Big Labor Pushes for Big Payback
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Big Labor Pushes for Big Payback

BY Amanda Carpenter

Big Labor bussed thousands of activists to Capitol Hill Tuesday to lobby for the Employee Free Choice Act—an act union leaders have called their top legislative priority for the 110th Congress. Event organizers claimed they brought 2,000 participants on 62 busses from the Campaign for America’s Future’s “Take Back America” conference to the Upper Senate Park. There, a parade of Democratic congressmen and senators delivered hard-line progressive rhetoric to their pro-union advocates.

06/20/2007

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