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Read This Before You Go To Polls: VOTE YES on Georgia’s Income Tax Cap

On November 4th Georgians will have a unique opportunity to decide the economic future of the Peach State. A constitutional amendment is on the ballot preventing the Georgia Legislature from raising the maximum state income tax rate. Georgia’s state legislature gave voters a gift by offering them the opportunity to impose self restraint on our […]


Six energy policy changes to watch for in the new Congress

November 19, 2014 J

The following article called Six energy policy changes to watch for in a Republican-controlled Congress was written by Marita Noon, who serves as the executive director for Energy Makes America Great Inc. and the companion educational organization, the Citizens’ Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE). She hosts a weekly radio program: America’s Voice for Energy—which expands […]

China Builds. We Block.

November 19, 2014 J

In light of a recent climate change agreement announced last week between the U.S. and China, we bring you an excerpt from an op-ed from PACE published by UPI in July of 2012, following a visit by PACE Executive Director Lance Brown to China sponsored by the Confucius Institute. This marks the first time PACE […]

Time for Truth in Medicare Accounting

November 10, 2014 J

Time for Truth in Medicare Accounting, by Kelly McCutchen, President of Georgia Public Policy Foundation and Patrick Gleason, Director of State Affairs at Americans for Tax Reform. The mid-term elections are in the rearview mirror, but Congress still has a lot of important work to take care of before lawmakers go home at year’s end […]

Thousands of doors and calls

October 17, 2014

AFP Georgia activists are hitting thousands of doors with boots on the ground for economic freedom and prosperity in cities like Dalton, Rome, Savannah, Atlanta, Marietta, Alpharetta, Carrollton, Gainesville, Duluth, Brookhaven and places in between! In recent weeks, we’ve crisscrossed the Peach State with Organizing for Liberty training work shops showing hundreds of activists how […]

Ex/Im Bank

September 29, 2014

As Congress begins to wind down, the debate over whether to extend the life of the taxpayer-backed Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im) is continuing to heat up as its September 30th expiration date approaches. Much has been written over the costs and shortcomings of the beleaguered bank as well as its corporate welfare aspects. In fact, one […]