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North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Holds Holiday Meetings in Mitchell County
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North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Holds Holiday Meetings in Mitchell County

On December 8, 2004 North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE held the Mitchell Co. Chapter meeting. Over 50 members attended, enjoying Christmas cheer and making plans to promote the Freedom Agenda in 2004.

12/17/2004
North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Meets with Congress During the Holiday Break
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North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Meets with Congress During the Holiday Break

There’s a great opportunity to push for Social Security reform this holiday season, and FreedomWorks members are on the job: ‘Tis the season for Personal Retirement Accounts! There’s no question that Social Security reform should be at the top of taxpayers’ Holiday Wish List this year. The team in North Carolina is working to help Congress deliver on the ambitious Freedom Agenda.

12/17/2004
North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Holds Holiday Meetings in Mitchell County
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North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Holds Holiday Meetings in Mitchell County

On December 8, 2004 North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE held the Mitchell Co. Chapter meeting. Over 50 members attended, enjoying Christmas cheer and making plans to promote the Freedom Agenda in 2004.

12/17/2004
North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Meets with Congress During the Holiday Break
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North Carolina FreedomWorks/CSE Meets with Congress During the Holiday Break

There’s a great opportunity to push for Social Security reform this holiday season, and FreedomWorks members are on the job: ‘Tis the season for Personal Retirement Accounts! There’s no question that Social Security reform should be at the top of taxpayers’ Holiday Wish List this year. The team in North Carolina is working to help Congress deliver on the ambitious Freedom Agenda.

12/17/2004
THE REAL STAKES IN THE JUDGE WARS
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THE REAL STAKES IN THE JUDGE WARS

BY COLLIN LEVEY

December 17, 2004 -- BEFORE a single Supreme Court justice has begun muttering about a nice retirement condo in Florida, a preemptive war is underway in the U.S. Senate. Democrats have been abusing their advise-and-consent role by stonewalling President Bush's judicial nominees. Republicans are mad as heck and not going to take it anymore. But why not? If the last election proves anything, it's that Senate Democrats only discredit themselves by relying on parliamentary tricks to win.

12/17/2004
Taxpayer Group To Oppose Locke's Latest Tax Increase Proposal
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Taxpayer Group To Oppose Locke's Latest Tax Increase Proposal

Olympia -- Today, members of Washington State FreedomWorks expressed dismay over Governor Locke’s call for a $500 million tax increase. WA FreedomWorks formed the League of Freedom Voters to successfully fight the Initiative 884 tax increase in the latest election cycle. The voters rejected that tax increase by a 60-40% margin defeating it in every county in the state.

12/16/2004
Taxpayer Group To Oppose Locke's Latest Tax Increase Proposal
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Taxpayer Group To Oppose Locke's Latest Tax Increase Proposal

Olympia -- Today, members of Washington State FreedomWorks expressed dismay over Governor Locke’s call for a $500 million tax increase. WA FreedomWorks formed the League of Freedom Voters to successfully fight the Initiative 884 tax increase in the latest election cycle. The voters rejected that tax increase by a 60-40% margin defeating it in every county in the state.

12/16/2004
ObjectVideo Appoints to Board of Directors Jack Kemp, Founder of Kemp Partners;
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ObjectVideo Appoints to Board of Directors Jack Kemp, Founder of Kemp Partners;

ObjectVideo Appoints to Board of Directors Jack Kemp, Founder of Kemp Partners; Mario Morino, Special Partner, General Atlantic Partners; and E. Scott Beattie, Chairman and CEO of Elizabeth Arden, Inc. RESTON, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 16, 2004-- ObjectVideo Well-Positioned to Continue Fast Growth with $11 Million Raised in Series C and Distinguished Board of Directors

12/16/2004
Saving Social Security
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Saving Social Security

BY Jim Martin and Hugh C. Newton

How can we save Social Security for everyone's benefit in this country? They know the answer in Great Britain. They know the answer in Australia. And in Mexico. And in many countries in Latin America, starting with Chile more than 20 years ago. As the respected Heritage Foundation notes, some 39 countries have adopted pension reform that includes personal retirement accounts (PRAs). Even Russia is considering some form of PRAs for its workers.

12/14/2004
Republican Insecurity
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Republican Insecurity

BY Fred Barnes

Washington (The Weekly Standard) Vol. 010, Issue 14 - 12/20/2004 - THERE'S A WORST CASE SCENARIO for Social Security (news - web sites) reform that haunts the White House. It goes like this. With great fanfare, President Bush (news - web sites) announces his plan for overhauling Social Security, creating private investment accounts for every American worker, and making the system solvent. He touts his proposal in his inauguration speech, the State of the Union address, and his budget. But when Bush unveils an actual bill--probably in February, maybe later in 2005--congressional Democrats scream that it would cut Social Security benefits by 40 percent. Worse for Bush, a number of prominent Republicans agree and criticize the president's plan, especially the benefits change. The result: Social Security reform is dead on arrival on Capitol Hill.

12/14/2004

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