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ObamaCare, Crony Capitalists, and GOP Governors: A Love Story

 
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ObamaCare, Crony Capitalists, and GOP Governors: A Love Story

Tim Carney of the Washington Examiner exposes how large insurance companies, PHARMA (the powerful lobbying arm of the pharmaceutical industry), and other major players in the health care industry have been lobbying GOP Governors to embrace ObamaCare’s “exchanges” and expansions of the failing Medicaid program. The fact that statists in both parties work hand-in-glove with big […]


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Ron Paul on the Sequester and Wasteful Spending

In case you missed it, here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk column on the sequester. Dr. Paul highlights how the budget for the F-35 fighter plane – which has proven to be of questionable (to say the least) value – is greater than the entire amount of federal spending allegedly […]


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Reps. Salmon and Schweikert to GOP Leadership: No More Mr. Nice Guys

Arizona Representative Matt Salmon has an op-ed in The Washington Times pledging to vote against future rules for bills that increase the deficit. Fellow Arizona Representative David Schweikert followed up Representative Salmon’s op-ed with a Dear Colleague letter asking his Republican colleagues to join with him and Representative Salmon in voting against rules to bring budget-busting […]


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GOP’s snow job

  Last Wednesday, while millions of liberty activists were Standing with Rand in opposition to President Obama’s claim of executive power to conduct drone strikes against US citizens on US soil, others in GOP leadership were working to advance Big Government. Some senators, including drone apologists John McCain and Lindsey Graham, were being wined-and-dined by […]


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Brian Doherty talks to Amash, Massie, Yoho, Bentivolio

    In case you missed it, here is Brian Doherty’s interview from the March issue of Reason with Representatives Justin Amash, Thomas Massie, Ted Yoho, and Kerry Bentivolio. The interviews focus on the members’ agendas for the 113th Congress, their philosophies, why they ran for office, and how receptive the GOP Congressional leadership, and the […]


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