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Classic Ron Paul: Free-Market in Organ Donation

 
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Classic Ron Paul: Free-Market in Organ Donation

Kathleen Sebelius will soon be departing from the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), but not before vesting in the federal pension system which will enable her to avoid having to obtain health care from an Obamacare exchange.  While Sebelius will remain at HHS until her successor is sworn-in, she is apparently too busy cleaning […]


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Jail time for food trucks and farmer’s markets?

While the crime situation has improved in Washington, D.C.* since the days when it was the “murder capital of the United States,” crime remains a problem for many D.C. residents. So the people of DC should be pleased that the DC City Council is considering legislation to impose harsh penalties–including jail time– on Food Trucks and […]


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Norman Singleton on Truth Trial

I’ll be appearing on Jonathan Emord’s Truth Trial tonight at 6 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss, among other issues, the I.R.S.’s attempt to force Campaign for Liberty to turn over the names of our major donors, and Thomas Massie’s legislation legalizing interstate commerce in raw milk.  You can get more information on the show here.


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Statism in your coffee?

Is your morning cup of coffee the statists’ next target?  Maybe, if the author of  ”7 Worrisome facts about caffeine” has his way.  The seventh “worrisome” fact in this article is that the Food and Drug Administration (the same folks who, among other things, stop us from drinking raw milk) does not impose labeling requirements on […]


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The liberty generation?

According to a new poll from Harvard University’s Institute of Politics, “millennials,” defined as people between the ages of 18-29, have a historically high level of distrust in all institutions of government.* From Business Insider: Harvard’s poll showed millennials, which the pollsters defined as peopled aged 18 to 29, have lost trust in a variety […]


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