American Majority

Organizing for a free America summits

American Majority is a national non-profit, non-partisan political training institute whose mission is to train and equip a national network of leaders committed to individual freedom through limited government and the free market. To support this goal, American Majority is offering a number of post party summits across the country. The goal of these summits, according to American Majority, is to "highlight and emphasize real tools that an organization, campaign, and individual activist can implement immediately." American Majority also says: "It is not enough to stand on the sideline and it is not enough to protest -- conservatives must learn…
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Detroit, corporate welfare and Wichita’s future

The following op-ed from Americans for Prosperity Foundation's Alan Cobb appeared in today's Wichita Eagle (the unedited version is below). I agree with Cobb. Wichita definitely has a problem with its economic development strategies. Instead of low taxes that will benefit everyone, the Wichita city council and Wichita city hall bureaucrats insist on dishing out subsidies to companies nearly every week. I've shared my ideas with the council in testimony like Wichita universal tax exemption could propel growth and articles like Wichita’s economic development strategy: rent seeking. Still, there are some council members who, along with Mayor Carl Brewer and…
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What will you do after the tea party?

Across the nation, people are planning tea party protests next Wednesday April 15. These protests are sure to attract many people and garner media coverage. At the Wichita tea party we expect hundreds to attend. That's fine for that one day. But to create change in our country, there must be sustained activism. That's hard to do. It requires a variety of things, one of which is knowing what to do. That's where groups like American Majority can help. This group -- national in scope with a strong and active presence in Kansas -- provides training for candidates and activists.…
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