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HHS Spending Taxpayer-Funds on ObamaCare PR Blitz

 
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HHS Spending Taxpayer-Funds on ObamaCare PR Blitz

Desperate to shore up lagging enrollment in the ObamaCare exchanges (and also no doubt desperate to counter the movement, led by Campaign for Liberty activists, to get state governments to opt-out of ObamaCare’s exchanges and Medicaid expansion) the Department of Health and Human Services has signed a multi-million dollar contract with PR firm Weber Shandwick […]


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Howard Phillips R.I.P.

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul issued the following statement regarding the April 20, 2013 passing of Conservative Caucus Chairman, and founder of the US Taxpayer Party (which changed its name to the Constitution Party in 2000) Howard Phillips: “I am saddened by the death of Howard Phillips, a good friend of mine and a […]


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Obama Should Spend More Time Golfing!

According to the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office, President Obama has spent twice as many hours golfing and on vacation as he has spent on the economy. Considering the damaging effects of the President’s economic policies (Obamacare, stimulus, tax increases, bailouts, etc.) perhaps the economy would be better off if Obama played more golf–and asked Federal […]


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Congress plots to opt-out of Obamacare

Good news for those who thought the GOP had given up on repealing Obamacare.  According to Politico, House Speaker John Boehner and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid are in secret negotiations to exempt some Americans from Obamacare’s health exchanges.  The bad news is the exemption would only be for members of Congress and their staff. […]


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Kane Lays the Smackdown on the National Internet Tax Mandate

In case you missed it, here is professional wrestler and liberty movement activist, Glenn “Kane” Jacobs discussing the National Internet Tax Mandate with talk-show host Jerry Doyle. Mr. Jacobs and Doyle also discuss other tax issues, federal spending, the Federal Reserve, and Kane’s finishing move.


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