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Are Republicans Going Soft on Obamacare?

Peter Sudman from Reason amasses the evidence: In March of last year, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) stood on stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference  and declared that “Obamacare should be repealed root and branch.” But in May, when he was asked about whether Kentucky’s health insurance exchange, Kynect—the local face of Obamacare—should […]


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Government propaganda: Coming soon to a TV near you

Good news. Starting this week, the American people will at last be able to see programs produced by the federally-funded Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG). You see, for years the BBG, which operates outlets such as the Voice of America, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, and the Middle East Broadcasting Network was forbidden to broadcast within […]


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Is this why they wanted our donor information?

Courtesy of The Daily Caller comes this bizarre story about the IRS collecting the names of donors for an as-yet-to-be revealed “research project:” The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) improperly obtained donor lists from nonprofit groups as part of a “secret research project” being run by Lois Lerner and other officials. IRS official David Fish revealed […]


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Happy Birthday Sarah Murnaghan

Sarah Murnaghan recently celebrated her twelfth birthday. For those who do not remember, Sarah is the girl who almost died last year because of federal regulations prohibiting children from receiving adult organs. Fortunately for Sarah, a federal judge “stayed” the federal rule allowing her to receive a transplant. While Sarah’s story has a happy ending, […]


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Campaign for Liberty to Congress: No New (Internet) Taxes

Campaign for Liberty has joined a collation of over forty other organizations in a letter urging the Senate to reject efforts to attach the National Internet Tax Mandate to the Internet Access Tax Moratorium. Instead the letter urges the Senate to simply pass the Internet Access Moratorium bill as quickly as possible. Text of the […]


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