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IRS awards bonuses to employees who didn’t pay taxes

The IRS doled out millions of dollars worth of bonuses to employees with disciplinary issues, including employees who hadn’t paid their taxes. Via USA Today: The Internal Revenue Service handed out $2.8 million in bonuses to employees with disciplinary issues — including more than $1 million to employees who didn’t pay their federal taxes, a […]


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Federal Government: Sorry America, no powdered alcohol for you

Last week, the Federal Alcohol, Tobacco, Tax, and Trade Bureau announced it had approved the sale of powdered alcohol, which is dry alcohol that can be mixed with water to create an alcoholic beverage. Today the agency announced that the initial approval was issued “in error” and has now been rescinded. So we can add […]


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One Step Closer to Victory in Colorado

Congratulations to Colorado Campaign for Liberty on SB 181, a bill to repeal and remove red light cameras in Colorado, passing the State Senate by a 21-14 vote!  It’s now up to the House to act. This is just another example of how Campaign for Liberty members are making a difference all across the country […]


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Time running out to win an AR-15!

  Win the gun that Dianne Feinstein wants to ban! There can be no freedom without the ability to defend it. C4L is standing up for freedom every day by fighting to Audit the Fed, repeal ObamaCare, stop NSA spying, and reclaim our Republic. But each and every one of us has a God-given right […]


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Income Inequality Institute Will Pay Paul Krugman $25,000 Per Month

City University of New York will pay Paul Krugman $225,000 to work for the university’s Income Study Center, which researches income and income inequality. Via Gawker According to a formal offer letter obtained under New York’s Freedom of Information Law, CUNY intends to pay Krugman $225,000, or $25,000 per month (over two semesters), to “play a modest […]


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