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Seven Cheeses banned in the USA

 
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Seven Cheeses banned in the USA

No, that is not a misprint… the website CheeseRank has a slide show featuring seven cheeses that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned in the USA. Campaign for Liberty members will not be surprised that most of the cheeses were banned because they are made with raw milk. Every one of the banned […]


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US Debt: one more reason to Audit the Fed

Listening to the political class, one would think that the federal deficit has been slashed to the bone. But the truth, as revealed in a must-read article on the Wolf Street Blog is the federal deficit is growing and will continue to grow in the future. The article identifies the key role the Federal Reserve […]


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How the Nanny State ruined Saturday Morning

Readers of a certain age may remember when kids began their weekends by gathering around the television to watch Bugs Bunny, Scooby Doo, and other Saturday Morning cartoons. Today, network programming on Saturday morning looks like any other day of the week with news programs, “infomercials,” and talk shows taking the place of cartoons. What […]


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ObamaCare bailout coming in lame duck?

According to Stephen Moore, writing in Investor’s Business Daily, in September, House leadership scuttled plans to vote on legislation blocking a taxpayer-bailout for insurance companies. The legislation in question would ensure that health insurance companies that lose money participating in the ObamaCare health insurance exchanges do not receive a bailout to cover their loses. Many […]


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IRS cares about its own privacy…taxpayer’s privacy not so much

In a story that should come as no surprise to Campaign for Liberty members, the Washington Examiner reports that the IRS has failed to adequately comply with hundreds of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests. In some of the FOIA requests they did respond, to, their response included “sensitive” taxpayer information, including individual’s bank records. […]


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