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Are heroes of Main Street foes of taxpayers?

 
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Are heroes of Main Street foes of taxpayers?

Last week, the National Retail Federation, one of the business organizations working to pass the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate, released their list of “Heroes of Main Street.” Conspicuously absent from that list where any of the Senators or Representatives who oppose burdening Internet commerce with new taxes and regulations. This is even though Internet […]


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Is expanding Medicaid a cure for state budget problems?

There are some in the Virginia state legislature who think bringing Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion to Virginia will help reduce Virginia’s $300 million dollar deficit. Veronique de Rugy explains the fallacies behind this notion: If it seems necessary, I’ve already explained already why the idea that Medicaid expansion will cost nothing to the states and could even be […]


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Ron Paul’s influence continues to grow

Because of his strict adherence to the Constitution and his fiscal conservationism, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul voted against all legislation authorizing spending taxpayer money for congressional gold medals.  He usually was the only member of Congress to do so, and when he left Congress, it seemed likely that future gold metals would be […]


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Bill Kristol: Moderation in pursuit of Neoconservatism is a virtue

William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, and one of the most influential neoconservatives in the country, is not happy with Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s recent message “The IRS asked for a fight. How about a revolution?” Mr. Kristol thinks that Dr. Paul, and Campaign for Liberty, are being “immoderate,” with all our […]


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NDAA mark-up should be transparent

Tomorrow the Senate Committee on Armed Services will mark-up the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). However, you might not be able to see the mark-up online or on C-SPAN. That is because Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-MI) and Ranking Member James Inhofe (R-OK) support marking the bill up in secret for “national security” reasons. […]


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