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Ten percent of Tea Party donors audited by IRS

 
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Ten percent of Tea Party donors audited by IRS

This is why Campaign for Liberty is refusing IRS demands that we turn over donor information. According to a study conducted by the House Ways and Means Committee, 10 percent of donors to tea party groups were audited by the IRS after those groups provided donor information to the IRS. From The Washington Times: Despite […]


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Health Insurance CEO: Obamacare Customers Must Break ‘Choice Habit’

The head of a major health insurance company has admitted what conservatives have been saying for years:  Obamacare will ultimately limit patient choice. From The Daily Caller : “We have to break people away from the choice habit that everyone has,” Marcus Merz, CEO of Minnesota insurer PreferredOne, told The New York Times Tuesday. “We’re all […]


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How government makes your beer 44 percent more expensive

Bonnie Kristian has a great article over at Rare about how government regulation not only increases the cost of beer, but stifles competition in the marketplace: The last six-pack of beer I bought ran me about $11. It was a craft Altbier from Wisconsin, and it was lovely. It was also 44% more expensive than it needed to […]


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Movie Review: Fed Up

This weekend I saw the new movie Fed Up, a documentary focusing on the obesity epidemic in the United States. As expected, it implied that the federal government needs to take a greater role in regulating the food industry. But much to my surprise, the documentary also was critical of government-funded agriculture subsidies and the way […]


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Obamacare contractor pays workers to do nothing

An investigative report out of KMOV shows that Serco, which has a federal contract worth upwards of $1.2 Billion, is paying workers to do nothing. According to a current employee, “the main thing is that the Data Entry side does not have hardly any work to do. They’re told to sit at their computers and hit […]


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