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“I can’t vote my principles; I’m in leadership.”

 
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“I can’t vote my principles; I’m in leadership.”

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul was once told that by a “conservative” member of Congress when Dr. Paul asked the member why, if he shared Dr. Paul’s limited government principles, he rarely voted with Dr. Paul. This anecdote came to my mind this morning when I read that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor “scolded” […]


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New Egyptian War: Americans Lose, Again

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on how recent events in Egypt show, yet again, the folly of the US Government’s hyper-interventionist foreign policy: Looking at the banners in the massive Egyptian protests last week, we saw many anti-American slogans. Likewise, the Muslim Brotherhood-led government that was deposed by the […]


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Glenn Jacobs doesn’t trust the government–and neither should you

If you think unconstitutional snooping on the American people is a new phenonium, read Glenn “Kane” Jacobs’s history of government surveillance on the American people: The pattern is clear. The government expands its surveillance powers in response to crises. At first, the limits, targets, and duration of these programs are clearly defined. However, as with […]


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Sorry Nancy, I’ll be celebrating Liberty

Nancy Pelosi thinks Americans celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s decision upholding ObamaCare. Thanks for the idea Nancy, but I’ll be celebrating liberty, instead of a law that is raising health care costs, causing people to lose their health insurance, and causing doctors to stop practicing medicine.  I would celebrate Obama’s decision to […]


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Welfare for the rich disguised as welfare for the poor

It is an old DC-trick to disguise corporate welfare as “compassion” by creating programs that provide taxpayer money to poor people, who are then required to spend the money buying goods from politically powerful businesses. For example, the federal food stamp and Women’s, Infant, and Children’s (WIC) programs were actually designed to create markets for […]


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