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Affordable Care Act Subsidies Dispute to be Reheard in December

On Thursday, the D.C. Circuit court voted to withdraw a previous ruling and rehear Halbig v. Burwell. The next hearing will be in December.

6 days ago
Big Government Is Killing Green Energy
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Big Government Is Killing Green Energy

I trek across Iowa at least three or four times per year, and one sight has come to define the state for me: miles upon miles of (largely government-incentivized) wind turbines. Iowa’s wind power accounts for 20% of the state’s total energy output, putting them in third place behind Texas and California in capitalizing on what some see as the wave of the future: renewable energy. 

04/22/2013
SoloPower, Portland's Very Own Solyndra Style Success Story
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SoloPower, Portland's Very Own Solyndra Style Success Story

Portland, Oregon likes to fancy itself as ahead of the curve, and more educated than your average city. We're routinely listed as among the most wired cities in the nation, and typically have a more educated workforce than most. Our biggest mission, it seems, is to become the greenest city imaginable. But our government leaves a lot to be desired, with liberal pipe dreams dominating over such considerations as reality and common sense.

02/28/2013
Corporate Welfare in the Federal Tax System
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Corporate Welfare in the Federal Tax System

Frequently, entitlement reform is discussed among policymakers as a way to reduce government spending, but the entitlement reform discussed often concerns individual entitlements, not those directed toward corporations. A recent examination of the federal tax code by the Cato Institute’s Tad DeHaven found that each year corporate welfare in the tax code cost taxpayers nearly $100 billion.

02/21/2013
Wing Man: How Obama is Impacting Your Super Bowl Sunday
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Wing Man: How Obama is Impacting Your Super Bowl Sunday

Love and marriage.  America and apple pie.  Chicken wings and Super Bowl Sunday.Has there ever been a more perfect combination of sports and snacks than the chicken wing/football combination we will experience this weekend?I say, nay.The Obama administration however, has somehow managed to dampen the excitement of this year's Super Bowl, by causing small businesses to panic over chicken wing supply while simultaneously raising market prices to record highs.

02/01/2013
Coalition Letter: Taxpayers Won't Harvest Farm Bill Savings
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Coalition Letter: Taxpayers Won't Harvest Farm Bill Savings

FreedomWorks has signed onto the following coalition letter:Taxpayers Won't Harvest Farm Bill SavingsDecember 7, 2012Dear Member of Congress,

12/10/2012
State Exchanges - Is This Our Last Hope Against Obamacare?
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State Exchanges - Is This Our Last Hope Against Obamacare?

On Thursday, Republican House Speaker John Boehner gave an interview with ABC News in which he famously declared, "Obamacare is the law of the land".  But the battle as they say, has just begun.

11/15/2012
Subsidizing Ethanol: Sci-Fi Nightmare
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Subsidizing Ethanol: Sci-Fi Nightmare

The government is continuing to seek out alternative energy sources, but the solutions should not come at the expense of the American consumer. Government subsidies of ethanol can only have negative consequences. It will continue to destabilize our fragile economy and raise food prices to benefit a few politicians and corn lobbyists, while doing nothing to further the search for effective alternative energy.

05/04/2011
Starvation only the latest good argument against ethanol
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Starvation only the latest good argument against ethanol

For various reasons, people on both sides of the political aisle, though more Democrats than Republicans, have supported America's ethanol policy...a policy which is not just silly but also dangerous. There's been a lot of press lately about food shortages in the third world caused in part by America and Europe's ethanol policy, but that's only the latest reason to oppose ethanol subsidies and mandates.

05/09/2008