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Nightmare Before Christmas: FreedomWorks Fights Against the “Omnibus” Spending Bill
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Nightmare Before Christmas: FreedomWorks Fights Against the “Omnibus” Spending Bill

WASHINGTON, DC- With only a few days left until Christmas, Senate Democrats are planning to sneak a pork-filled “omnibus” spending bill through Congress, dumping over 1 trillion dollars’ worth of backroom bargaining into the stockings of American taxpayers. The bill is almost 2,000 pages long, and estimated to cost taxpayers about $575.13 million per page. Despite the sweeping rejection of big-government in the 2010 midterm elections, Democrats have once again proved themselves out of touch with the majority of the American people.

12/15/2010
FreedomWorks Salutes Virginia Court Decision Declaring Obamacare Unconstitutional
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FreedomWorks Salutes Virginia Court Decision Declaring Obamacare Unconstitutional

WASHINGTON, DC- Today, FreedomWorks celebrated a huge victory in the limited government movement after Virginia federal judge Henry Hudson ruled the Obamacare mandate on all Americans to purchase health insurance to be unconstitutional. In finding that the law’s individual mandate “exceeds the constitutional boundaries of congressional power," Judge Henry Hudson’s decision strikes a blow on behalf of limited government and common sense.

12/13/2010
Sound Money Debate Takes Center Stage on Capitol Hill
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Sound Money Debate Takes Center Stage on Capitol Hill

WHO: Freedom Works Foundation and the Atlas Economic Research Foundation are co-hosting a panel discussion themed, “Sound Money and America’s Global Economic Leadership.” Participants include Matt Kibbe, President and CEO of the FreedomWorks Foundation, Alejandro Chafuen, President of the Atlas Economic Research Foundation, Sen. Jim DeMint (R-S.C.), Dr. Judy Shelton, Co-Director of the Sound Money Project and Professor Lawrence White, George Mason University.

12/03/2010
Grassroots Takeover Continues with RNC Leadership Interviews
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Grassroots Takeover Continues with RNC Leadership Interviews

WHAT: FreedomWorks and the Republican National Conservative Caucus will be hosting allies, activists, and members of the media to interview candidates for the Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman position.

11/30/2010
FreedomWorks Launches Tea Party Action Center “FreedomConnect” In Ohio
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FreedomWorks Launches Tea Party Action Center “FreedomConnect” In Ohio

Who: FreedomWorks staff, led by President and CEO Matt Kibbe, will be hosting 50-60 top Ohio activists and tea party group leaders to the official launch of “FreedomConnect,” a grassroots action center that will revolutionize the ways in which FreedomWorks members, 9/12ers and tea party groups across the country communicate and organize in 2011 and beyond.

11/16/2010
Nationwide Poll: The Success of GOP Depends on its Loyalty to the Tea Party Agenda
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Nationwide Poll: The Success of GOP Depends on its Loyalty to the Tea Party Agenda

Washington, DC- This morning, FreedomWorks released astounding polling data from a recent national survey of 1190 American voters (including 306 self-identified members of the Tea Party) to shed light on the top political and economic issues motivating voters this election cycle. The data gathered by the polling group The Word Doctors highlights what issues matter to the general public, what issues matter to members of the Tea Party movement, and the undeniable overlap between the two.

11/02/2010
FreedomWorks and the Contract from America Foundation React to the Launch of the GOP “Pledge to America”
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FreedomWorks and the Contract from America Foundation React to the Launch of the GOP “Pledge to America”

WASHINGTON, DC – FreedomWorks stands with the Contract from America Foundation in making the following announcement today regarding the newly released Republican “Pledge to America,” which bears many similarities to the grassroots-generated “Contract from America”:  

09/23/2010
FreedomWorks Launches “DiverseTea.com” To Combat Accusations of Racism
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FreedomWorks Launches “DiverseTea.com” To Combat Accusations of Racism

Washington, DC- Today, FreedomWorks is proud to launch the website and advertising campaign “Diverse Tea” in response to the false allegations of racism and lack of diversity in the tea party movement. The purpose of the campaign is to create a platform for people of all ages, races, and walks of life to discuss their involvement in the movement and why they value the principles of fiscal responsibility and individual liberty.

09/16/2010
'Tea party' activists march on Capitol Hill
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'Tea party' activists march on Capitol Hill

BY Kathleen Hennessey

Washington- "Tea party" activists marched Sunday on Capitol Hill, promising to mobilize conservative voters on election day to take back the country. "They say a storm is coming," conservative activist Virginia Thomas told thousands gathered under an overcast sky. "They ain't seen nothing yet. Nov. 2 will be a storm!" Organized by the Washington-based advocacy group FreedomWorks, the march took place on a date heralded by talk show commentator Glenn Beck as a symbol of conservatives' political awakening. Beck did not attend.

09/13/2010
The Party of Twitter?
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The Party of Twitter?

 

09/09/2010

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