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School Choice is the freedom that saves kids' futures

While the $410 billion price tag on Congress’ omnibus spending bill gets all the media’s attention, low-income school children in Washington, DC are more concerned about what it may do to their education opportunities.

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Op-ed Placement

School Choice is the freedom that saves kids' futures

BY Matt Kibbe

While the $410 billion price tag on Congress’ omnibus spending bill gets all the media’s attention, low-income school children in Washington, DC are more concerned about what it may do to their education opportunities.

03/02/2009
Education Should Come Before Ideology, Politics

From coast to coast, families, because of their ZIP code, have little choice but to send their children to the failing and sometimes dangerous government schools in their neighborhood. Those with the means to do so —like most members of Congress —can free their children from these failing schools. Those of more modest incomes are not as fortunate —unless, that is, they live in one of the increasing number of states allowing and encouraging school choice.

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Newspaper Article

Education Should Come Before Ideology, Politics

BY Max Pappas

From coast to coast, families, because of their ZIP code, have little choice but to send their children to the failing and sometimes dangerous government schools in their neighborhood. Those with the means to do so —like most members of Congress —can free their children from these failing schools. Those of more modest incomes are not as fortunate —unless, that is, they live in one of the increasing number of states allowing and encouraging school choice.

08/11/2006
Dr. Brough and Adam Brandon Meet with Washington Examiner

Dr. Wayne Brough and Adam Brandon were invited to the editorial board of the Washington Examiner to discuss legal reform. The conversation lasted over an hour and Dr. B presented the FreedomWorks position on tort reform, and pointed the reporters to several studies and articles for future background information. Brandon introduced the ed-board to FreedomWorks and grassroots activism. The Examiner looks forward to future FreedomWorks op-eds.

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Newspaper Article

Dr. Brough and Adam Brandon Meet with Washington Examiner

Dr. Wayne Brough and Adam Brandon were invited to the editorial board of the Washington Examiner to discuss legal reform. The conversation lasted over an hour and Dr. B presented the FreedomWorks position on tort reform, and pointed the reporters to several studies and articles for future background information. Brandon introduced the ed-board to FreedomWorks and grassroots activism. The Examiner looks forward to future FreedomWorks op-eds.

06/28/2006
Does Net Neutrality Help Consumers?

Google and other high-tech giants are pressing Congress for greater federal control over the Internet in the name of “net neutrality,” a vague concept purportedly required to keep the Internet open for consumers, content and applications. Yet looking at what net neutrality means in practice, this renowned leader in innovation is, in essence, calling for a “freeze” in technology. While protecting its own freedom, Google would forbid broadband providers from developing new technologies and services to bring consumers more valued and interesting content.

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Newspaper Article

Does Net Neutrality Help Consumers?

BY Dr. Wayne Brough

Google and other high-tech giants are pressing Congress for greater federal control over the Internet in the name of “net neutrality,” a vague concept purportedly required to keep the Internet open for consumers, content and applications. Yet looking at what net neutrality means in practice, this renowned leader in innovation is, in essence, calling for a “freeze” in technology. While protecting its own freedom, Google would forbid broadband providers from developing new technologies and services to bring consumers more valued and interesting content.

06/19/2006