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Son of Fannie and Freddie

 
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Son of Fannie and Freddie

Campaign for Liberty Chairman John Tate cosigned a letter opposing Senate legislation that would get rid of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac….and replace them with a new federal housing agency! This legislation would also create a new “housing trust” fund. This fund  would not only further involve government in the housing market but would also […]


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IRS employees don’t pay taxes, still get bonuses

No this is not from The Onion. The IRS actually gave bonus to employees who have failed to pay their own taxes. That’s right, according to a report from the Treasury Department’s Inspector General for Tax Administration, being guilty of “misconduct”–like being delinquent on your taxes– does not disqualify an IRS employee from receiving a […]


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Ron Paul Classic: Close down the Export-Import Bank

The Export-Import Bank (Eximbank)’s kicks off its annual conference today in Washington, D.C.  Eximbank is up for renewal this year and the big business lobby is preparing to pull out all the stops to make sure the taxpayer subsidies keep flowing to small, struggling companies like Boeing. Then-Senator and presidential candidate Barack Obama said that the […]


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This isn’t freedom; this is fear.

“This isn’t freedom, this is fear.” That statement was uttered by an American hero and champion of the Constitution upon hearing of a plan to place drone-like devices over the earth. These devices would have the ability to preemptively take out anyone the agency deploying the drones has determined could be a threat. The person who […]


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Federal Government: Sorry America, no powdered alcohol for you

Last week, the Federal Alcohol, Tobacco, Tax, and Trade Bureau announced it had approved the sale of powdered alcohol, which is dry alcohol that can be mixed with water to create an alcoholic beverage. Today the agency announced that the initial approval was issued “in error” and has now been rescinded. So we can add […]


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