The Free Enterprise Alliance, a New Policy/Political Effort

By April 8, 2010Economy, Labor Unions

Blogospherical greetings and best of luck to the Free Enterprise Alliance, dedicated to defending free enterprise with special energy applied to “Halt the Assault” against small business. The group launched this week launched its Halt the Assault website,, which looks to make its case aggressively.

From the “about us” message:

The Free Enterprise Alliance is leading the campaign to Halt the Assault on America’s free enterprise system. The Free Enterprise Alliance is the action arm for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and other advocates of limited government, open and fair (and intense) competition, and the economically sound principles upon which America was built.

At the heart of the Free Enterprise Alliance’s mission is the belief that while we need government for common sense regulations, the scales have tipped too far in favor of government intrusion and its advocates. The Free Enterprise Alliance believes small business and entrepreneurs grow jobs and our economy, not union bosses and federal bureaucrats.

The Free Enterprise Alliance was originally founded by the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. to advocate for the voice of small business as well as open and fair competition. Since its inception, it has fought for these goals through research, outreach, and national TV, radio, and billboard campaigns.

The builders and contractors, known around town as ABC, comprise a refreshingly no-nonsense group of men and women who are especially active on labor issues.

Good luck!

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