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Nationwide, FreedomWorks Turns Out for PRAs
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Nationwide, FreedomWorks Turns Out for PRAs

From sea to shining sea, FreedomWorks activists are showing their support for Personal Retirement Accounts (PRAs) that workers own and control. As President Bush tours the nation in a series of town halls on Social Security, FreedomWorks members are showing up at every turn to support his plan. In eight states and the District of Columbia, FreedomWorks is helping the President spread the message: it’s time to create Social Security Personal Retirement Accounts.

02/15/2005
It’s Time to Kill the Death Tax
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It’s Time to Kill the Death Tax

Dear Representative, On behalf of our 700,000 members nationwide, FreedomWorks strongly encourages you to support H.R. 64, The Family Heritage Preservation Act. This important legislation would immediately and permanently repeal the federal Death Tax.

01/31/2005
FreedomWorks Joins Property Rights Battle
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FreedomWorks Joins Property Rights Battle

The below letter was submitted to the White House today, along with a number of news clips on the Kelo case COALITION AGAINST EMINENT DOMAIN ABUSE October 29, 2004 President George W. Bush The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Dear President Bush,The below letter was submitted to the White House today, along with a number of news clips on the Kelo case COALITION AGAINST EMINENT DOMAIN ABUSE

10/27/2004
Tax and Spender Threatens to Take Open Seat in Michigan
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Tax and Spender Threatens to Take Open Seat in Michigan

Don’t say we didn’t warn you. The Republican primary for Michigan’s 7th District U.S House seat is shaping up to be a real “horse race” and because of the presence of several high quality conservative candidates splitting the vote, it means a liberal tax-and-spender could win this seat with just 25 percent of the primary vote. A liberal like candidate Joe Schwarz.

08/02/2004
Letter to Congress: Inject Market Forces into Govt Services
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Letter to Congress: Inject Market Forces into Govt Services

July 9, 2004 Dear Congressman, Competitive sourcing is vital to limiting the size of government. It allows the private sector to offer more cost-effective alternatives for those commercial jobs performed by bureaucrats. Just like in the real world, the highest-value service receives the contract. Regardless of whether the government continues to perform the service or a private company takes over, cost savings are achieved in the process and taxpayers can breathe a little easier.

07/09/2004
The American Revolution, 1776 to 2004
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The American Revolution, 1776 to 2004

AN AMERICAN TRADITION: Two hundred twenty-eight years ago, a group of men gathered in Philadelphia and declared their independence from the British crown. This act was perhaps one of the most momentous in the history of mankind, because it fundamentally challenged the idea that any individual monarch, despot, or government aristocracy could possess sovereign power over the individuals of a nation. Instead, these “Sons of Liberty” boldly asserted the sovereignty, liberties, and property rights of the individual. We must do this again. Our ideals are at stake.

07/02/2004
Battling for Sensible Federal Budgets
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Battling for Sensible Federal Budgets

June 22, 2004 Dear Representative, This week, you will be given the opportunity to vote on amendments to H.R. 3973, the Spending Control Act of 2004. While we agree that H.R. 3973 represents a good start for budget enforcement, the bill can be improved by adding some teeth that will really help control spending. On behalf of the millions of taxpayers represented by the undersigned organizations, we urge you to vote the amendments listed below that would improve the enforcement measures of H.R. 3973.

06/23/2004
Tolling for New Roads, Not Taxes for Existing Ones
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Tolling for New Roads, Not Taxes for Existing Ones

 An Open Letter to House and Senate Conferees Regarding Tolling Provisions in the Highway Reauthorization Bill  Dear Conferee: An Open Letter to House and Senate Conferees Regarding Tolling Provisions in the Highway Reauthorization Bill  Dear Conferee:

06/16/2004
Letter to Congress: Consider Budget Amendments
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Letter to Congress: Consider Budget Amendments

June 4, 2004 The Honorable David Dreier House Rules Committee H-312 The Capitol Building Washington, D.C. 20515 Dear Chairman Dreier, It is our understanding the Rules Committee may not allow any amendments to H.R. 3973, the Budget Committee’s enforcement legislation. On behalf of the millions of taxpayers represented by the undersigned organizations, we urge you to allow amendments that would improve the enforcement measures of H.R. 3973.

06/07/2004
Media's Malpractice in Coverage of ImClone
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Media's Malpractice in Coverage of ImClone

BY Matt Kibbe

The timing of your June 3 editorial "Erbitux and the Press" was wonderful, running exactly one year from the day my surgeon declared my body cancer-free. During the winter of 2002 I had the unique experience of watching the press commit mass journalistic malpractice on ImClone as I watched television and read newspapers while lying on my hospital bed undergoing chemotherapy. Regardless of whom Martha Stewart talked to before she sold, the real crime was the lost potential and lost lives caused by the FDA's bureaucratic delays of a cancer treatment with real promise. But no serious reporter, save those at the Journal's editorial page, even thought to ask the right questions.

06/06/2003

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