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Local Government Bureaucrats Earn Nearly Twice Private Sector Per Hour
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Local Government Bureaucrats Earn Nearly Twice Private Sector Per Hour

The average government employee is needlessly paid significantly more than the average worker in the private sector.

08/19/2010
FreedomWorks to House: Cosponsor H.J. Res. 97, the Spending Limit Amendment
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FreedomWorks to House: Cosponsor H.J. Res. 97, the Spending Limit Amendment

[Click here for a .pdf version of this letter]

03/08/2010
A Flat Debate on the Flat Tax
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A Flat Debate on the Flat Tax

In comments to the Sacramento Bee late last week, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger magnanimously agreed to consider a proposal to maybe discuss a flat tax rate on income in California. Much like similarly surprising talk of ending marijuana prohibition, the news makes for great headlines, but taxpayers should avoid any real optimism for the time being.While Schwarzenegger cleverly pays lip service to what some consider the holy grail of tax code reform, at a suggested flat rate of 15 percent, he has actually proposed a massive tax increase. Currently, even the wealthiest Californians pay “only” 9.3 percent. In the seven states where a flat tax is already in effect, the average rate is just 4.1 percent.

06/10/2009
CALL FOR TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY REGARDING THE NEGOTIATION PROCESS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SO-CALLED STIMULUS PACKAGE
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CALL FOR TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY REGARDING THE NEGOTIATION PROCESS AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SO-CALLED STIMULUS PACKAGE

Cick here to download PDF We, the undersigned organizations representing millions of taxpayers, small businesses, families, senior citizens and shareholders believe that transparency and accountability are of the utmost importance both in the negotiation and likely implementation process of the massive spending package Congressional leaders and President Barack Obama seek to enact in the next few days under the guise of “economic stimulus.”

02/12/2009

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