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Register to See Allen West 9/17 - Few Seats Remain!

Join us for lunch with Allen West, former Florida congressman and U.S. Army officer. Lt. Col. West will speak about his upbringing, his many years of military service, his time on Capitol Hill and, most importantly, today’s current political climate. After being elected to office, West rose to popularity, known for his steadfast love of country and belief in the values of our founding. His new book, Guardian of the Republic, follows West as he grew from a young child raised in Atlanta to a decorated veteran, outspoken patriot and advocate for liberty. You won’t want to miss his comments, so register today! Seating is limited.

What Do Federal Regulations Cost the Economy?

The average manufacturer pays $19,564 per employee each year in federal regulatory costs...

What's the Cost of Filing Taxes? $37 Billion

With years of new legislation, regulations and changing tax policy, the tax code today is monstrous, weighing in at more than 70,000 pages...

Majority of Americans Are Now Single

More than half of American adults are not married today -- up from 37 percent in 1976...

Privatizing School Services in Alabama

One fifth of Alabama's education budget goes towards non-educational services such as food, maintenance and transportation, adding up to $2,000 per pupil each year...

Register to See Allen West 9/17 - Few Seats Remain!

Join us for lunch with Allen West, former Florida congressman and U.S. Army officer. Lt. Col. West will speak about his upbringing, his many years of military service, his time on Capitol Hill and, most importantly, today's current political climate. After being elected to office, West rose to popularity, known for his steadfast love of country and belief in the values of our founding. His new book, Guardian of the Republic, follows West as he grew from a young child raised in Atlanta to a decorated veteran, outspoken patriot and advocate for liberty. You won't want to miss his comments, so register today! Seating is limited.

Indian Patients Lose under Indian Patent Regime

Because few drugs receive strong patent protection, drug makers are loath to sell their medicines in India...

When Spending More Can Save Money

After the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2011, the United States' $128 billion surplus was quickly overtaken by a recession...

Has Obamacare Lowered Premiums?

Many Obamacare supporters are rallying around a recent survey of health care premiums that indicates prices are falling...

The EPA's Misleading Cost-Benefit Calculations

When the Environmental Protection Agency issues new regulations, it sometimes provides an estimate of costs and benefits. But, according to a new report, the agency's calculations are not all that they appear...


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