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The Top Ten Bad Votes of Senator Thad Cochran

Thad Cochran Voted to Let Harry Reid Fund ObamaCare

06/02/2014
Federal Budget Resources for Activists and Journalists
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Federal Budget Resources for Activists and Journalists

Bookmark this page to help you keep up with the big budgetary debates in Washington.

02/23/2013
Details of the Bowles-Simpson Deficit Plan (Updated)
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Details of the Bowles-Simpson Deficit Plan (Updated)

Two well-known Washington insiders -- Erskine Bowles, a former White House chief of staff under Bill Clinton, and Alan Simpson, a retired Republican Senator -- have issued a press release updating their famous deficit-reduction plan.

02/22/2013
Only In Washington: Revenue Killing Revenues
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Only In Washington: Revenue Killing Revenues

One of the most wearisome tactics from this Most Wearisome Adminstration Ever is its hyper-employment (I know-it's weird seeing "employment" in any context implying an increase in the Age of Obama) of the euphemism "revenues" in an attempt to dupe the public into paying more taxes.

01/24/2013
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
Key Vote NO on a Clean Increase in the Debt Limit - H.R. 325
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Key Vote NO on a Clean Increase in the Debt Limit - H.R. 325

Dear FreedomWorks member,As one of our millions of FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your U.S. Representative and urge him or her to vote NO on H.R. 325, a bill which would lift the U.S. debt limit without a dollar cap for four months (until May 19, 2013) with no accompanying spending reforms or reductions.

01/22/2013
FreedomWorks Key Votes “NO” on the GOP Debt Ceiling Proposal, H.R. 325
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FreedomWorks Key Votes “NO” on the GOP Debt Ceiling Proposal, H.R. 325

Washington, DC- FreedomWorks will be activating its membership of over 2 million fiscal conservatives to contact their Representatives and demand a vote “NO” on H.R. 325, the debt ceiling legislation proposed by Republican House leadership that would raise the debt ceiling clean with no long-term budget solutions.  

01/22/2013
House GOP: "No Budget, No Debt Hike"
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House GOP: "No Budget, No Debt Hike"

Update on the Debt Ceiling fight: House Republicans appear to be listening to the grassroots. Today GOP leaders announced they will not pass any bill to extend the national debt ceiling until the Senate does its job and passes a budget.

01/18/2013
Why Fitch Could Downgrade the U.S. - And Why They're Right to Do So
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Why Fitch Could Downgrade the U.S. - And Why They're Right to Do So

As with most events in life, timing was everything.  Fitch Ratings, Ltd. released a statement Tuesday announcing its intention to lower the U.S. credit rating unless the Administration and Congress can incorporate responsible fiscal policy (i.e., a balanced budget) into the upcoming debt ceiling debate. The press release took on special meaning in light of the presidential press conference less than 24 hours before, during which Obama pledged to ignore any deals from Congress matching the debt-ceiling increase with equal spending cuts.

01/17/2013
Ceilings and Shutdowns: Understanding Government at an Impasse. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis
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Ceilings and Shutdowns: Understanding Government at an Impasse. A FreedomWorks Issue Analysis

01/16/2013

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