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Rove’s Cronies Lobby for the National Internet Tax Mandate

 
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Rove’s Cronies Lobby for the National Internet Tax Mandate

One of the proponents of the Internet Tax Mandate is a group called “Americans for Job Security.” Americans for Job Security is located in Suite 55, Canal Street, Alexandria, VA, space they share with a number of media and political consulting firms, such as the Black Rock Group, Crossroads Media, WWP Strategies, and Target Point […]


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Another Republican Trick Play

On March 13, the House of Representatives passed legislation overturning the Obama Administration’s rule allowing states to “waive” the 1996 welfare reform’s law requirements that welfare recipients either obtain full-time work or participate in job training . Whatever one thinks of the work requirements, or of the wisdom of giving states waivers from the requirements, […]


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The Congressional Budget Debate Is Just A Sideshow

      In case you missed it, below is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s recent column on why Congress’ phony debates over spending are not nearly as important as the actions of the Federal Reserve: Federal spending once again dominated the debate in Washington last week, as House Republicans and Senate Democrats began […]


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Massie on GOP Budget: “…this plan actually increases spending”

Today the House passed the GOP budget plan. Ten Republicans opposed the plan (which increases spending by 3.5% over the next ten years). The ten Republicans who opposed it were: Justin Amash (Mich.), Paul Broun (Ga.), Rick Crawford (Ark.), Randy Forbes (Va.), Chris Gibson (N.Y.), Phil Gingrey (Ga.), Joe Heck (Nev.), Walter Jones (N.C.), Thomas Massie […]


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Ron Paul Responds to the Federal Reserve

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s statement regarding the Federal Reserve’s announcement yesterday that it will continue its “easy money” policies: The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it will continue its easy credit policies – to no one’s surprise. But its statements on fiscal policy are confusing and contradictory. While the Fed […]


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