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Social Security: Max Pappas Speaks to the Boca Raton Republican Club
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Social Security: Max Pappas Speaks to the Boca Raton Republican Club

On February 24, 2005, FreedomWorks Washington DC Policy Director Max Pappas left snowy Washington DC and was greeted in south Florida by warm, sunny weather and 75 eager members of the Boca Raton Republican Club, including Boca Raton City Councilman Dave Freudenberg and city council candidate Peter Baronoff.

03/04/2005
Fix Social Security This Year
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Fix Social Security This Year

Social Security is a critically important program which serves as the cornerstone of support for senior citizens. But it now faces challenges that threaten its long-term stability and well-being. The facts are crystal clear. They’re grounded in demographics that were defined two generations ago, and those demographics can’t be changed.

03/03/2005
A Dangerous “VAT” of New Tax Revenue
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A Dangerous “VAT” of New Tax Revenue

Daniel J. Mitchell is the McKenna fellow in political economy at The Heritage Foundation. Tax reform is high on President Bush’s list of second-term priorities. Considering the mess our tax code has become, this is welcome news. More than 90 years of social engineering and backdoor industrial policy have created a tax system that combines punitive class warfare and special-interest loopholes.

03/03/2005
Firsthand Account: the Social Security Debate in North Carolina
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Firsthand Account: the Social Security Debate in North Carolina

The Social Security Reform Debate is heating up in North Carolina. Our Freedom Works activists are making it happen. Rep. Brad Miller (D-NC) hosted a forum on 2/28/05 to address the concerns of citizens regarding the Social Security issue. When our activists made up the bigger part of the audience, obviously the debate shifted from its original intent. Two of our activists were invited to join the panel for a round table discussion. The remaining participants were made up of a combination of students and AARP members.

03/03/2005
Forsyth County Mobilizes Against Higher Taxes
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Forsyth County Mobilizes Against Higher Taxes

In Forsyth County North Carolina, FreedomWorks/CSE members met on March 2 to discuss taxes and other key issues. During the meeting, fifteen activists composed letters to their state legislators opposing the Governor's plan to increase the cigarette tax.

03/03/2005
Stop the Backdoor Attempt to Adopt Kyoto-Style Regulations
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Stop the Backdoor Attempt to Adopt Kyoto-Style Regulations

Liberals in the Senate are trying to enact Kyoto-style climate controls in America. This proposal, part of the pollution bill S. 388, would create an “early action credit” for ‘voluntarily’ limiting emissions, creating the framework for a greenhouse gas emissions cap. There’s no doubt that adopting the Kyoto Protocol could have disastrous effects on our economy and would surely lead to energy rationing.

03/03/2005
Avoid Regulating Carbon Dioxide.
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Avoid Regulating Carbon Dioxide.

Dear Senator: On behalf of the more than 700,000 members of FreedomWorks, I urge you to oppose any efforts to include an early action credit for voluntarily limiting emissions, creating the framework for a greenhouse gas emissions cap as offered in 1612 of S. 388, Climate Change Technology Deployment and Infrastructure Credit Act of 2005.

03/02/2005
Creating a Health Care Marketplace
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Creating a Health Care Marketplace

February 24, 2005 Honorable George W. Bush President of the United States of America The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Washington, DC Dear President Bush: Mr. President, on February 8, 2005, you stated, “We should create a national marketplace for health insurance, so people can shop on the Internet across state lines to get high-quality coverage at lower prices. That makes sense, doesn't it? To break down barriers to create a marketplace for the consumer when it comes to health care.” Yes, it does.

03/01/2005
Proposed Arizona Taxpayer Bill of Rights
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Proposed Arizona Taxpayer Bill of Rights

This bill, HCR 2029, was introduced by: Representatives Pearce, Boone, Gray C, Murphy, Pierce, Rosati, Smith, Stump, Yarbrough, Allen J, Anderson, Biggs, Burges, Knaperek and Senators Harper, Johnson, Verschoor Click here to view the entire bill Proposed Arizona Taxpayer Bill of Rights

03/01/2005
Deregulate Telecommunications
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Deregulate Telecommunications

Last week’s mega-merger between Verizon and MCI is just the latest indication that the entire telecommunications industry is restructuring itself at a pace that’s way too fast for Congress and federal regulators. In response to this $6 billion acquisition by Verizon, some consumer groups are demanding new regulations and new anti-trust measures to stem the consolidation in the industry. Yet phone service prices have fallen by 40 percent over the past decade and a half — and they continue to fall in large part because of the dynamism and rapid technological innovation in this critical information-age industry.

03/01/2005

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