Releases list of nine “naughty and nice” legislators Arlington, VA- Today, Americans for Prosperity (AFP), the nation’s leading grassroots advocate for economic freedom, announced the release of a new Lame Duck initiative aimed at pressuring Congress to refrain from raising taxes. The effort, “Merry Taxmas” presents AFP’s initial list of naughty and nice legislators and [...]
Retro-Themed Game Allows Gamers to Bag Bad Policies ARLINGTON, VA – Americans for Prosperity (AFP), the nation’s leading grassroots organization in championing economic freedom, recently released its most innovative educational outreach message yet, in the form of a computer game titled “Lame Duck Hunt.” In Lame Duck Hunt, free-market economic policy meets today’s techie culture [...]
Following this week's passage in the Senate, Americans for Prosperity (AFP) is again calling on President Obama to back up his words with action, and veto re-authorization of the Export-Import bank.
AFP President Tim Phillips said, "As a senator, Obama was right when he called the Ex-Im bank a fund for corporate welfare. Now he has a chance to back up all the rhetoric with meaningful action. Our video is a clear challenge to President Obama, asking him to take a stand against corporate welfare and veto re-authorization."
This week AFP launched a “Wasteful Spending” ad holding President Obama accountable for his use of taxpayer dollars. The ad highlights the billions of stimulus dollars which have been given to foreign companies, subsidizing their own green energy projects – while 13 million Americans are unable to find jobs.
Americans for Prosperity-Tennessee agrees with President Reagan's economic advisor, Dr. Art Laffer, that repealing the state's Death Tax would create thousands of new jobs and grow the Tennessee economy by removing the incentive for families, small business owners and farmers to invest in other states, like Florida, which do not impose a Death Tax.
Keep Tennessee's resources in Tennessee and grow our local economy.
That's the message being sent to state leaders through AFP-Tennessee's latest radio ad.