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FreePAC: Bloggers and New Media are the Voice of the Freedom Movement
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FreePAC: Bloggers and New Media are the Voice of the Freedom Movement

This past weekend as over 16,000 freedom loving activists gathered in Dallas for FreePAC, the main stream media chose once again to largely ignore the Tea Party event and its supporters. Much like 2009, when media outlets ignored over one million activists gathered on the Capitol Mall, coverage of this event was ultimately left to alternative media instead. This is not surprising to many of us who have been active in this movement since its inception. If they don't report it, it didn't happen. I mean the Tea Party is dead, right?

07/30/2012
On The Necessity Of Independent Citizen Journalists
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On The Necessity Of Independent Citizen Journalists

In a recent article, Warner Todd Huston (#justablogger) took Leonard Pitts (#arealjournalist) to task for criticizing Sarah Palin at the 2012 Right Online Conference:

06/27/2012
SWATting Against Conservative Bloggers Continues Unabated
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SWATting Against Conservative Bloggers Continues Unabated

The harassment of conservative bloggers has been in the news quite a bit lately, and for good reason. The story has been covered at FreedomWorks previously, and in the month since, the situation has gotten worse.

06/26/2012
FreedomWorks Stands With Our Fellow Conservatives on 'Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day'
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FreedomWorks Stands With Our Fellow Conservatives on 'Everybody Blog About Brett Kimberlin Day'

At FreedomWorks - We Will Not Be Silent

05/25/2012
More Voices from Around the Country - Blogger Network Announced
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More Voices from Around the Country - Blogger Network Announced

Over the past several years, FreedomWorks has worked with a number of social media activists, bloggers and online warriors as part of our comprehensive effort to share the message of "Lower taxes, less government, and more freedom."We've offered many of these talented individuals the training and support necessary to become a more prominent and effective voice in this movement. Now we're offering a few select bloggers something else: another platform to share their great work!

05/09/2012
BlogCon - Training and Inspiring the Next Generation of Online Activists
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BlogCon - Training and Inspiring the Next Generation of Online Activists

This past weekend in Charlotte North Carolina, FreedomWorks partnered with the Franklin Center to bring together over 250 bloggers, social media experts, grassroots and online activists. This years event featured many of the top names in the conservative movement; those people who are expanding our reach into the media, the culture and changing the narrative.   Check out this short video of just a few of the memorable moments. 

04/25/2012
Philadelphia’s Government Imposes Restrictions and Fees on Blogs
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Philadelphia’s Government Imposes Restrictions and Fees on Blogs

Like many cities across the nation, Philadelphia faces a budget crisis due to massive overspending by lawmakers on wasteful projects. In order to make up for their $179 million shortfall, Philadelphia’s government has proposed everything from steep soda taxes to property tax increases.

08/24/2010

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