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'I'm Just Getting Started'
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'I'm Just Getting Started'

Saturday, March 12, 2005 RADIO ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT TO THE NATION Good morning. Over the last few weeks, I have traveled across our nation and met with tens of thousands of you to discuss my plans for strengthening Social Security. I share a great responsibility with your representatives in Congress. We must fix the system permanently, so it will be there for our children and grandchildren.

03/14/2005
Time for Conservatives to Lead on Social Security
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Time for Conservatives to Lead on Social Security

This piece orginally appeared as an op-ed in the Shreveport Times. When I played football for the University of Oklahoma, our coaches always told us the same thing before big games: Let’s leave it all out on the field. They were urging us to give it our all on every play. They knew that the only thing tougher than losing was coming back to the locker room wondering what might have been if we had run just a little harder or made just one more block. Leave it all on the field we did. And this attitude propelled us to three consecutive Orange Bowl victories.

03/11/2005
Bush Tries to Ease Seniors' Fears
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Bush Tries to Ease Seniors' Fears

BY Peter Wallsten and Warren Vieth

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — President Bush sought to assure seniors Thursday that their Social Security benefits were safe, part of an effort to stem growing opposition among older Americans to his plans to overhaul the retirement program. "I don't care what the TV ads say. I don't care what the pamphlets say," Bush said during a visit to Auburn University's Montgomery campus. "If you are retired or near retirement, the government will pay you what we said we'd pay you."

03/11/2005
Social Security Debates in Florida
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Social Security Debates in Florida

A copy of John's opening and closing comments on March 3, 2005: Good Morning, I would like to thank the Tower Forum for this opportunity to take part in discussing this important issue. I am the Florida State Director for FreedomWorks. FreedomWorks is a national grassroots organization of over 700,000 Americans fighting for policies that respect the dignity of the individual and empowers them to be more in control of their lives and the money they work hard to earn. Social Security is an important institution in this country and for two thirds of the elderly, Social Security is their major source of income. For one third of the elderly, Social Security is virtually their only income.

03/09/2005
NC Tax Action Alert!
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NC Tax Action Alert!

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

03/09/2005
Orange County North Carolina Works Against Tax Hike
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Orange County North Carolina Works Against Tax Hike

At this month's Orange County Chapter meeting, FreedomWorks members took action against a potential state tax increase. Pictured here are some of the ten activists who wrote letters opposing Gov. Easley's cigarette tax increase plan.

03/09/2005
Florida State Director John Hallman debates Social Security Reform in Ft. Lauderdale
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Florida State Director John Hallman debates Social Security Reform in Ft. Lauderdale

Florida State Director was invited by the Tower Forum Organization to debate Social Security Reform on March 3, 2005 at the Regions Bank Building in downtown Ft. Lauderdale. The Tower Forum Club is a non-profit organization whose members are business people, educators and non-profit executives. John's opponent was a local financial planner who opposes Personal Retirement Accounts.

03/09/2005
FreedomWorks Leader Keynotes Carteret County Lincoln Day Dinner
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FreedomWorks Leader Keynotes Carteret County Lincoln Day Dinner

Joyce Krawiec was the keynote dinner speaker at the Crystal Coast Republican Party Linoln Day dinner. Joyce presented an overview of FreedomWorks with a concentration on the current campaign to reform Social Security by creating large personal retirement accounts. Over 100 people attended and FreedomWorks distributed Social Security reform books and postcards. Additionally, 4 people signed up to attend the FreedomWorks/CSE Day in Raleigh. Great work Joyce!

03/09/2005
Colorado Cigarette Tax Generates Less Revenue than Promised
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Colorado Cigarette Tax Generates Less Revenue than Promised

DENVER, COLORADO. FreedomWorks has an important message for state governments when balancing their budgets: responsible spending practices—- not tax hikes—- are the answer to state fiscal health. A case in point in Colorado: January numbers show that the newly enacted tax increase on cigarettes will not generate as much revenue as expected.

03/07/2005
FreedomWorks Spreads Message of Economic Freedom at CPAC
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FreedomWorks Spreads Message of Economic Freedom at CPAC

FreedomWorks is on the front lines the battle for economic freedom within the conservative movement. On February 17-19, staff spread the FreedomWorks’ message of fundamental tax reform, tort reform, and Social Security reform through personal accounts at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

03/07/2005

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