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Rand Paul: This is not foreign policy

 
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Rand Paul: This is not foreign policy

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) writes in The Wall Street Journal about how US failed foreign policy has created greater instability in the Middle East and urges caution before engaging the US in another conflict. Senator Paul reminds readers about how the Obama Administration was clamoring for a war in Syria last September before wide public […]


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Congressman wants to ban civilians from owning body armor

Congressman Mike Honda (D-CA) wants to ban civilians from owning certain types of body armor. He introduced a bill, H.R. 5344, the Responsible Body Armor Possession Act of 2014, in Congress earlier this month. Violating the ban would potentially get you up to ten years in prison. From NBC: “We should be asking ourselves, why is […]


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Ron Paul and Mark Spitznagel Talk Freedom, Farming, and the Fed

Mark Spitznagel is the founder of a multi-billion dollar investment fund and is the author of The Dao of Capital, for which C4L Chairman Ron Paul wrote the Foreword. Recently Mark Spitznagel interviewed Dr. Paul, which you can read below: Mark Spitznagel: Ron, you have been the galvanizing force of a resurgent liberty movement in the United States. […]


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Burger King Leaves US over Tax Rate

Burger King, the second-largest burger chain in the United States will buy Canadian company Tim Hortons, moving its company headquarters to Canada in the process. From The Washington Post: International fast food behemoth Burger King Worldwide Inc. confirmed Tuesday that it will pay about $11 billion to buy Canadian chain Tim Hortons Inc., which sells […]


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“Temporary” Ex-Im Extension?

As the Ex-Im Bank’s authorization expires at the end of September, crony capitalists on both sides of the aisle are clamoring for its reauthorization, including President Obama. The President addressed the reauthorization of Ex-Im in his weekly radio address this weekend saying, “If Congress fails to act, thousands of businesses, large and small, that sell […]


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