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Ron Paul Classic: Taxpayers Should Not Pay for “Terrorism” Insurance

 
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Ron Paul Classic: Taxpayers Should Not Pay for “Terrorism” Insurance

“There is nothing more permanent than a ‘temporary’ government program.” Milton Friedman Today, the House of Representatives will once again prove Friedman correct when it considers S. 2244, legislation reauthorizing the federal “terrorism risk insurance” program. As the title suggests, the program provides “government” (e.g. taxpayer) guarantees to insurance companies to help the companies pay […]


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“Cromnibus” Stalled! Keep those phone calls going!!

House and Senate leaders are having difficulties coming to an agreement on the “Cromnibus” spending bill. The delay in cutting a deal may force Congress to pass a short term “Continuing Resolution” keeping the government open until a final deal can be reached. (The current CR expires Thursday).  Unfortunately, the House and Senate are not […]


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Your deadbeat Uncle Sam…

Ever have a friend or family member who is constantly in debt and whose idea of fiscal responsibility is to get an increase in their credit card limit in order to pay off their debts? Well, we all have such a relative… our Uncle Sam. Since October 1, the beginning of the new Fiscal Year, […]


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Campaign for Liberty opposes Police Militarization in NDAA

Campaign for Liberty has joined a letter to the Chairs and Ranking members of the House and Senate Armed Services Committees requesting they resist efforts to include language expanding the 1033 program–which provides military equipment to local police departments– in the National Defense Authorization Act of 2015. Instead, C4L supports full repeal of these programs, […]


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Liberty at the Movies: Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1

Those who enjoy good movies with libertarian themes should not miss Mockingjay, Part 1, the third and second-to-last movie in The Hunger Games series. For those unfamiliar with the series, The Hunger Games takes place in a dystopian society consisting of 12 districts, which are ruled over by an authoritarian Capitol. The residents of the districts live […]


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