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Top Ten Reasons to Support Chad Mathis for U.S. Congress in AL-6

Chad Mathis is the founding board chairman of the Alabama Coalition for Charter Schools.

05/30/2014
"Top 10 Reasons to Support Igorn Birman in CA 7"
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Top Ten Reasons to Support Igor Birman for U.S. Congress in CA-7

Igor Birman opposes ObamaCare, comparing it to the socialist health system in the USSR where he was born.

05/29/2014
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Top Ten Reasons to Support Matt Schultz for U.S. Congress in IA-3

Voted against allowing wind turbines in Council Bluffs.1

05/27/2014
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Are Republicans Serious About Reducing the Size of the Federal Spending Monster?

Maybe, maybe not. U.S. House of Representatives Republicans will unveil a 10-year budget blueprint in the next few weeks that will champion fiscal austerity, a theme party leaders hope will energize conservative voters ahead of the November congressional elections.

03/28/2014
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How to Balance the Budget in Three, or Ten, Years

Here are three possible budgetary futures for the US government. Which one do you prefer?

03/10/2014
Illinois Budget Failures Continue
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Illinois Budget Failures Continue

The State of Illinois is a basket case.  Unable to control its reckless spending, the state legislature approved a budget that calls for higher spending, even though the state has billions in unpaid bills and tens of billions in unfunded pensions. The pension problem, and the promises officials have made to state workers to get their votes, are now too big to ignore.

06/27/2013
House GOP Uses Political Jujitsu
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House GOP Uses Political Jujitsu

As Republicans were starting the 113th Congress, I offered them some unsolicited advice from my years in marketing. Noting the overwhelmingly pro-Obama bias of the mainstream media, I recommended they use a little messaging jujitsu. They could use the president’s rhetoric against him and win over a frustrated electorate at the same time.

03/12/2013
The Salmon Rule: A Vote for Common Sense
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The Salmon Rule: A Vote for Common Sense

Keep your word. Don’t take things that aren’t yours. Don’t spend more than you have. This is common sense for most people. But in Washington, D.C., these grade-school lessons are considered downright radical.

03/11/2013
SC Candidate Forum: A Testament to the Bottom-Up Grassroots Model
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SC Candidate Forum: A Testament to the Bottom-Up Grassroots Model

FreedomWorks teamed with South Carolina’s grassroots activists to host a two-hour candidate forum in the state’s 1st Congressional District. On Saturday, February 16th, 16 candidates vying to fill the seat formerly held by Senator Tim Scott met at the Embassy Suites Hotel in North Charleston for a substantive policy discussion. A range of individuals—state-level politicians, small business owners, local activists and a former governor—fielded questions on pressing political and legislative matters.

02/22/2013
The Fiscal Cliff Comes Back to Bite Voters: How Should Republicans Respond?
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The Fiscal Cliff Comes Back to Bite Voters: How Should Republicans Respond?

As the first paychecks of 2013 were deposited into accounts earlier this month, some workers undoubtedly wondered why their take-home pay seemed lighter than in December. The reason was simple: the fiscal cliff deal is now beginning to rear its ugly head in the form of a payroll tax increase. Oddly, no one seemed more surprised than Obama supporters themselves.  “What happened?” rang out among liberal blogs and message boards.

01/23/2013

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