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Virginia: Medicaid Expansion Sneak Attack?

 
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Virginia: Medicaid Expansion Sneak Attack?

I wanted to give you more detail on why it’s so vital you contact your state senator and delegate immediately to stop ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion! With the surprise resignation of Senate Democrat Phil Puckett this week, the logjam that’s been holding back the budget has broken free. And unless you and I act to stop […]


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House voting on Red-and-Nanny State Socialism

In the next few days, the House of Representatives will complete consideration of  the Fiscal Year 2015 Agriculture Appropriations Act (H.R. 4800). As one would expect from the title, the bill funds federal agriculture programs, however it also funds “nutrition” programs like food stamps and the Women’s, Infant, and Children program. As detailed here, here, […]


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Will Senate stand with Rand and the people or Reid and the Fed?

Tomorrow, Harry Reid will hold a vote on cloture for the nomination of Stanley Fisher as Vice-Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors (Fisher’s nomination for a seat on the board was approved last month, but the Senate must hold a separate conformation vote on his nomination for Vice-Chair). Reid’s motion also invokes cloture […]


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Obama’s Foreign Policy Rhetoric Does Not Match US Actions

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the hypocrisy of President Obama’s claim that his foreign policy is spreading “democracy” around the world. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to stop President Obama from wasting Americans blood and treasure on overseas interventions that have nothing […]


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Surprise! Obama benefits corporate cronies via new greenhouse gas regulations

Supporters of President Obama claim that businesses that oppose his new “greenhouse gas” regulations (a.k.a. the return of cap-and-tax) are greedy capitalists who care more about profits than people. In contrasts, those who support the regulations are farsighted humanitarians willing to compromise with the administration for the greater good.  Writing in the Washington Examiner, the […]


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