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Thursday
Sep042014

AFP - You did it! ✔ 

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Americans for Prosperity activists passed a HUGE milestone last week:

We've officially knocked on more than ONE MILLION (!) doors.

That means our activists have had ONE MILLION opportunities to share our message of economic freedom with their fellow Americans! But there's still a lot of work to be done that needs to be done if we're serious about taking our nation in a new direction. There are more phone calls to make, and more doors to knock on -- and I can't do it alone.

Will you help us do what it takes to defend freedom across the country? Be a part of our next National Day of Action this Saturday, September 6th -- sign up to volunteer at www.IAmAFP.com.

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You can knock on doors or phone bank with other AFP activists in your area -- or you can make phone calls to fellow citizens from the comfort of your own home using our state-of-the-art phone system. However you decide to help, I can assure you that your time will be spent efficiently, and your efforts will undoubtedly make a difference in our fight for freedom.

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I'll be making phone calls from 12 to 1 pm this Saturday to help grow our grassroots army. Will you join me and thousands of other AFP volunteers on the phones this Saturday so we can reach even more people with the message of economic liberty? If you're ready to take the next step with me towards a more free and prosperous America, sign up to volunteer with AFP right here.

We provide you with a simple, quick, easy-to-follow script so you'll know exactly what to say when making your calls, and our state-of-the-art phone system connects you directly with the folks we want to reach.

Once you sign up to volunteer at IAmAFP.com, one of our field staffers will reach out to you with more information.

Thanks for everything you do to make our country better,

Tim Phillips
President
Americans for Prosperity

P.S. Now more than ever, we need to share our message of economic freedom with our fellow Americans. Can you spend just one hour volunteering with Americans for Prosperity this Saturday for our National Day of Action? Sign up to volunteer here!

Thursday
Sep042014

ALG's Daily Grind - SEIU to protest fast food with illegal acts today 

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Sept. 4, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted. 

SEIU to protest fast food with illegal acts today
Service Employees International Union backed Fast Food Forward and SEIU's Fight for 15 plan a protest strike/walkout, illegal acts today.

Cartoon: The Obama Doctrine

Ice, ice, baby
Whatever punishment might be meted out for Al Gore, the Oscar winning climate advocate has more than a few problems with his faltering theory — the most glaring being that the climate isn't doing what he warned us it would do.

Gross: Where's the new debt?
"If credit needs to expand at 4.5 percent per year, then the private and public sectors in combination must create approximately $2.5 trillion of additional debt per year to pay for outstanding interest. They are underachieving that target in the U.S., which is the reason why GDP growth struggles at 2 percent real or lower and nominal GDP growth seems capped at 4.5 percent or lower. Credit creation is essential for economic growth in a finance-based economy such as ours. Without it, growth stagnates or withers." 

  

Sept. 4, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

SEIU to protest fast food with illegal acts today
Service Employees International Union backed Fast Food Forward and SEIU's Fight for 15 plan a protest strike/walkout, illegal acts today.

Cartoon: The Obama Doctrine

Ice, ice, baby
Whatever punishment might be meted out for Al Gore, the Oscar winning climate advocate has more than a few problems with his faltering theory — the most glaring being that the climate isn't doing what he warned us it would do.

Gross: Where's the new debt?
"If credit needs to expand at 4.5 percent per year, then the private and public sectors in combination must create approximately $2.5 trillion of additional debt per year to pay for outstanding interest. They are underachieving that target in the U.S., which is the reason why GDP growth struggles at 2 percent real or lower and nominal GDP growth seems capped at 4.5 percent or lower. Credit creation is essential for economic growth in a finance-based economy such as ours. Without it, growth stagnates or withers."

 

Wednesday
Sep032014

ALG's Daily Grind - Happy days are here again? Not so fast my friend 

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Sept. 3, 2014

Permission to republish original opeds and cartoons granted.

Happy days are here again?  Not so fast my friend
The U.S. Commerce Department's Bureau of Economic Analysis reported on the Friday before Labor Day that consumer spending dropped by 0.1 percent in July, confirming earlier reports that show retail spending's steep slide since its peak in February.

Putin's strategy
Putin brings a gun to the fight, but what does Obama bring?

Beware the lame duck budget
If Senate Democrats do not wish to face voters with a clear record on fiscal issues, and refuse to pass a budget before November's elections, then they simply shouldn't be allowed to pass one afterward.

Watts: Inconvenient new paper finds the last interglacial was warmer than today — not simulated by climate models
"Temperatures during the last interglacial period ~120,000 years ago were higher than during the present interglacial period."

Tuesday
Sep022014

ALG's Daily Grind - Labor Day: Congress must take action to protect workers, not Big Labor 

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Sept. 1, 2014

Labor Day: Congress must take action to protect workers, not Big Labor
Congress must take action to protect American workers, not Big Labor. 

NLRB goes rogue against small business       
It is the National Labor Relations Board which has taken the most outlandish actions in their attempt to tip the balance toward primary Democratic Party funders in Big Labor. 

 

 

Tuesday
Sep022014

Heritage - Propaganda or Public Service? Sharyl Attkisson Investigates FBI's "News" Operation 

The Daily Signal

 

September 2, 2014

Morning Bell

FBI Radio: Public Service or Self-Serving?

In an exclusive for The Daily Signal, investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson examines how the FBI’s public affairs office is using millions of taxpayer dollars to provide "news" it wants you to have.

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4 Everyday Americans Hurt by Operation Choke Point

Countless business owners across America have lost bank accounts because of a Justice Department initiative called "Operation Choke Point." Here are four stories.

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Why the Left Sees Hispanics as Agents of Change

Daily Policy Focus: Heritage Foundation senior fellow Mike Gonzalez talks about his new book, “A Race for the Future,” released today.

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