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The Second Amendment: the first and still the best anti-terrorism policy

 
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The Second Amendment: the first and still the best anti-terrorism policy

Fox News Commentator and former judge, Andrew Napolitano, recently made the common-sense observation that the best protection against “Lone Wolf” terrorist attacks, such as those that occurred in Canada this week, is an armed citizenry: Napolitano said loners with guns are a “devious” way for terrorists to strike. “It’s one guy getting out of a car […]


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National debt may be paid off…..in 400 million years

Thanks to Simon Black at Sovereign Man for suggesting we start measuring the national debt in what he calls “work years.”  As the name suggests, work years means how many years it would take to pay off the debt if every American man, woman, and child worked a job paying the average salary and the government took 100% […]


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Cutting Foreign Aid: Smart and Safe

Neoconservative (and leading Rand Paul critic) Jennifer Rubin’s latest attack on Senator Paul centers on Senator Paul’s proposal to end foreign aid. Most of her article is filled with the same old clichés supporters of a constitutional foreign policy are used to hearing: foreign aid is “small” part of the federal budget (as if that […]


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Is it really so bad to pay Federal workers for doing nothing?

The Washington Post reports that the US Government has spent millions of taxpayer dollars paying tens of thousands of federal workers to do nothing. These workers have been charged with some type of misbehavior, and thus have been placed on “administrative leave.” The workers remain at home–collecting a pay check and accumulating sick leave and vacation […]


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What do Obamacare and the war on ISIS have in common?

The Obama Administration has not been honest with the American people about the costs of either. When he was in Congress, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul ignored the ten year cost estimates (“scores”) of legislation, he was only interested in how much the bill would cost in the first year. The reason Dr. Paul had […]


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