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Net Neutrality Debate Turns Ideological
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Net Neutrality Debate Turns Ideological

This piece originially appeared in Human Events Online on Jun 13, 2006 High-tech giant Google, locking arms with MoveOn.org and a host of high-tech lobbyists, is pressing Congress to pass "net neutrality" mandates purportedly needed to protect the open nature of the Internet, where all consumers, content providers, and application providers can interact.

06/13/2006
FreedomWorks Leads Coalition Letter on Net Neutrality
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FreedomWorks Leads Coalition Letter on Net Neutrality

Click here to download the .pdf May 1, 2006 Members of the 109th Congress U.S. House of Representatives Washington, DC 20515 Dear Representative:

05/15/2006
FreedomWorks Joins Huge Coalition Letter on Property Rights
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FreedomWorks Joins Huge Coalition Letter on Property Rights

The Honorable Bill Frist Senate Majority Leader United States Senate Washington, DC 20510 May 2, 2006 Dear Majority Leader Frist:

05/03/2006
FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter Opposing LIFO Repeal
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FreedomWorks Joins Coalition Letter Opposing LIFO Repeal

May 2, 2006 The Honorable Bill Frist, Majority Leader United States Senate S-230, The Capitol Washington, DC 20510 Dear Leader: We are writing to thank you for your quick and decisive action to remove LIFO repeal from the Leadership’s “Gas Price Relief and Rebate Act.” The undersigned met on Monday to form a coalition to coordinate our efforts on this matter, and it was immensely helpful to have your statement in hand when we met.

05/03/2006
Tax Code Is Recipe For Pitfalls, Cheating
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Tax Code Is Recipe For Pitfalls, Cheating

This piece originally appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times Saturday is April 15: national lawbreaker day. Everyone could be a criminal on tax day because of the sheer size and complexity of the federal tax code. At more than 9 million words and growing, the tax code is a leviathan of potholes, pitfalls and disasters waiting to happen.

04/14/2006
Tax Code Is Recipe For Pitfalls, Cheating
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Tax Code Is Recipe For Pitfalls, Cheating

BY Matt Kibbe

Saturday is April 15: national lawbreaker day. Everyone could be a criminal on tax day because of the sheer size and complexity of the federal tax code. At more than 9 million words and growing, the tax code is a leviathan of potholes, pitfalls and disasters waiting to happen.

04/14/2006
Scrap the Tax Code
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Scrap the Tax Code

BY Matt Kibbe

April 15, national lawbreaker day, is around the corner. Everyone could be a criminal on tax day because of the sheer size and complexity of the federal tax code. At more than 9 million words and growing, the tax code is a leviathan of potholes, pitfalls, and disasters waiting to happen. Special interests have long fed at the tax code trough, getting clever exclusions and deductions added to the code while you and I break pencils worrying about if those late-night copies constitute a business expense or whether mileage can be deducted from our taxes. Who knows? Unless you like pouring over indecipherable tax forms, instruction booklets, and the attendant guide books published by the tax consulting industry, you will probably never know for sure if you've paid the right amount this year. You might just be a felon.

04/11/2006
Preventing an Asbestos Mess in Kansas
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Preventing an Asbestos Mess in Kansas

Better safe than sorry – sound advice every mother gives their child. Soon, the Kansas State Legislature will have a chance to follow this sage advice in the form of asbestos litigation reform legislation: House Bill HR 2868. Lucky for the people and businesses in the state, Kansas has not become a hotbed of questionable asbestos litigation. However, the Legislature cannot afford to be complacent about this matter because the current law in Kansas makes the state a ripe target for trial lawyers looking to exploit the system to their advantage.

04/07/2006
Conservative Coalition Sends Letter on Telecom
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Conservative Coalition Sends Letter on Telecom

March 31, 2006 The Honorable Joe Barton Chairman, U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee Room: 2125 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Dear Chairman Barton: March 31, 2006 The Honorable Joe Barton Chairman, U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee Room: 2125 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Dear Chairman Barton:

04/03/2006
VOTE NO on the Kennedy-Collins Amendment to the 2007 Budget
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VOTE NO on the Kennedy-Collins Amendment to the 2007 Budget

March 14, 2006 Dear Senator: On behalf of more than 800,000 FreedomWorks members nationwide, I write to urge you to VOTE NO on the Kennedy-Collins amendment to the 2007 budget resolution. This amendment would increase the discretionary spending cap by $6.3 billion while raising taxes on businesses. The Senate must reject these anti-growth tax-and-spend policies.

03/14/2006

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