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Economic Freedom & Quality of Life

Posted on Jun. 30, 11 | 02:12 PM by Barney Keller | Topic: General Economics
 
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The South Carolina Quartet

Posted on Apr. 11, 11 | 12:34 PM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
Here's a great article about how four House freshmen - all from South Carolina - are sticking together and fighting for pro-growth policies in Congress.  Club members helped elect three of them!
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Walter Williams: Up From the Projects

Posted on Mar. 22, 11 | 01:42 PM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
 
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NewsMax Interview with Chris Chocola

Posted on Mar. 07, 11 | 08:40 AM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
 You can read the online print interview as well.

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In Honor of Ronald Reagan's 100th Birthday

Posted on Feb. 04, 11 | 03:28 PM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics

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Rand Paul's Maiden Floor Speech

Posted on Feb. 02, 11 | 12:12 PM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
 
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The 2011 Index of Economic Freedom

Posted on Jan. 12, 11 | 08:56 AM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
I love this time of year.  We inch closer to March Madness, the Masters, and just out today, the release of the Heritage/WSJ Index of Economic Freedom.  Here's an excerpt from today's WSJ op-ed by Heritage's Terry Miller:

The 2011 Index tells the tale: After two years of doubts and side-steps, economic freedom is again on the rise around the world. That's especially good news for the poor. Countries gaining economic freedom have done a much better job over the last decade in eliminating poverty. They've been more efficient at protecting the environment, better at improving health, and better even, as a new Index study demonstrates, in enhancing life satisfaction and overall happiness. That's a slam dunk for economic freedom.
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George Ought to Help

Posted on Dec. 20, 10 | 09:56 AM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
 
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200 Countries, 200 Years, 4 Minutes

Posted on Dec. 06, 10 | 09:58 AM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
 
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New Freshman Handbook

Posted on Nov. 23, 10 | 10:09 AM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
House GOP freshmen were given a 144-page handbook on how to learn the ropes in Congress.  Some examples:

"Read and re-read the U.S. Constitution.” 

“Don’t be afraid to say, ‘No.’ ”

“A member of Congress cannot order a federal agency to do something or decide a matter a certain way. … You may not directly or indirectly threaten reprisal against any federal agency officials, or promise favoritism or benefit.” 

“Always assume you’re on camera when you are in the Chamber. Even if you are simply looking at your cell phone, you might appear to be asleep. It’s happened to other members.” (Advice from Rep. Gregg Harper, R-Miss.) 
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Senator Tea Party: Jim DeMint

Posted on Nov. 10, 10 | 08:51 AM by Andrew Roth | Topic: General Economics
 
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