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House: Key Vote YES on Panama, Columbia and South Korea Free Trade Agreements
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House: Key Vote YES on Panama, Columbia and South Korea Free Trade Agreements

Dear FreedomWorks member,

10/11/2011
Key Vote NO on the Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act
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Key Vote NO on the Currency Exchange Rate Oversight Reform Act

Dear FreedomWorks member,

10/11/2011
Phony "Tea Party" Candidate Peddling Protectionism and Failed Economic Policy
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Phony "Tea Party" Candidate Peddling Protectionism and Failed Economic Policy

Did you hear the joke about how a “Tea Party” candidate in Western New York supports tax increases, tariffs and refuses to reform the federal budget?  Karl Marx, a philosophical ally of Republican turned Democrat turned Tea Party chameleon Jack Davis would have mused, “History repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce.”

05/11/2011
"Si, Se Puede" President Obama
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"Si, Se Puede" President Obama

"Si, Se Puede" President Obama Many Republicans and Democrats cannot figure out exactly why President Obama is absent on the Colombia Free Trade Agreement.  President Obama obviously believes that free trade is valuable and recently applauded himself when he returned from South Korea with a signed FTA in his hand.  So why isn’t Colombia, one of our only democratic allies in South America “worthy” of a similar agreement? GOP Senate Leader Senator Mitch McConnell can’t figure this out either and recently published on Oped in the Miami Heral

03/18/2011
On Second Thought, Maybe the U.S. Should Be More Like Europe
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On Second Thought, Maybe the U.S. Should Be More Like Europe

The Wall Street Journal reports this morning that the European Union and the United States have again chosen different paths regarding free trade, this time with South Korea. However, for once it’s old Europe that wants to boost economic output by lowering barriers. Meanwhile, in the formerly free market U.S., a Congress beholden to Big Labor throws up roadblocks.

07/20/2009
Unions Oppose Panama Free Trade
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Unions Oppose Panama Free Trade

Big Labor is gearing up to fight a free trade agreement with Panama supported by the President, Speaker Pelosi, and many republicans.  The agreement would reduce or eliminate tariffs and other trade barriers between the two countries.  The administration could present the deal before Memorial Day.

04/28/2009

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