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Representative Massie’s Special Order Tonight

If you have not yet, set your DVRs for Representative Thomas Massie’s half-hour special order on the National Internet Tax Mandate tonight. The special order is expected to start sometime between 7:30 and 8:30 pm ET. Rep. Massie’s office just announced that Reps. Ron DeSantis and Steve Daines will join him on the floor. This […]


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If Republicans support Internet Sales Taxes, then what is the point of having a GOP?

Good question, as asked by Glen “Kane” Jacobs in his latest piece on the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate: “Republicans claim that the best way to stimulate the economy is to cut taxes and government spending, and let the market work its magic. Those Republican senators who voted in favor of the Marketplace Fairness Act […]


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Special Order on Internet Sales Taxes

Set your DVRs! This Wednesday, Kentucky Representative Thomas Massie will be giving a half-hour special order speech after Wednesday’s votes on why Members of Congress should oppose the “Marketplace Fairness Act” (more adeptly named the “National Internet Tax Mandate”). Other freshman members who also oppose the National Internet Tax Mandate will join Representative Massie. Representative […]


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What No One Wants to Hear About Benghazi

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on last week’s hearings regarding the attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi: Congressional hearings, White House damage control, endless op-eds, accusations, and defensive denials. Controversy over the events in Benghazi last September took center stage in Washington and elsewhere last week. However, […]


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Glenn Jacobs on the true cause of inequality

In case you missed it, here is Glenn Jacobs (aka WWE Superstar “Kane”) on the true causes of inequality (spoiler alert: it is the Federal Reserve, not the market ): The wealth gap is a serious problem. The richest 20 percent of Americans now own 80 percent of the country’s wealth. Over the past three […]


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