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If you like your Doctor don’t sign up for Obamacare

 
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If you like your Doctor don’t sign up for Obamacare

Shortly after Obamacare passed, we began getting calls in then-Congressman Ron Paul’s office (health care was one of the issues I handled for Dr. Paul) from panicked constituents whose doctors had said they were considering withdrawing from the medical practice because of Obamacare. In the four years since Obamacare has passed, and more doctors have […]


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The Directive: a detective novel about….The Fed?

Yes, the Federal Reserve is now the focus of a detective novel. Thanks to Ralph Benko at Forbes.com for bringing The Directive, a new mystery thriller from author Mathew Quirk to our attention.  The Directive centers around an attempt to discover whether the Fed’s Open Market Committee is going to direct to the New York […]


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Rep. Stockman: No federal funds to drug children

I recently wrote about the case of Maryanne Godboldo, a Michigan mother whose refusal to continue to give her daughter a potentially dangerous psychotropic drug caused Child Protective Services to remove her daughter from Mrs. Godboldo’s custody.  Sadly, these types of cases are all-to-common, for example there is the case of Justina Pelletier, a 16-year […]


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Birthday Gift Ideas for Barack Obama

Today is President Barack Obama’s 53rd birthday.  Any Campaign for Liberty member looking for a last-minute gift may want to browse Campaign for Liberty’s bookstore. President Obama could certainly benefit from reading Ron Paul classics like Liberty Defined, End the Fed, The Revolution, and A Foreign Policy of Freedom. Former Constitutional Law Professor Obama may […]


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Jim Rockford: Libertarian?

Maybe not, but the iconic character played by the recently deceased James Garner on The Rockford Files had an anti-authoritarian streak. As A.G. Gancarsk points out in The American Conservative, Rockford, a private detective who served time in jail for a crime he did not commit, had an antagonist relationship with the police and various […]


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