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Congress Gets Obamacare Fix

 
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Congress Gets Obamacare Fix

According to Politico, the Office of Management and Budget has announced the federal government (i.e. the taxpayers) will cover most of the costs of enrolling members and staffers in the Obamacare exchanges. Before Congress goes on its August break, you may want to call your senators and representative and ask that they help all Americans […]


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TSA misconduct up 26% since 2010

A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) confirms what most of us suspected–  misconduct among Transportation Security Agency officials increased by 26% over the past year: Among the report’s findings: – Misconduct cases involving TSA employees — everything from being late to skipping crucial security protocols — rose from 2,691 a year in […]


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Be careful what you Google

Here is an account of one family’s encounter with the surveillance state. Agents searched this family’s house because of their  Internet searches for  the Boston bomber, backpacks, and pressure cookers raised suspicions that they might be terrorists. Of course, the agents did not have to show a warrant before searching the house or demonstrate probable […]


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A House Divided Over NSA Spying on Americans

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on last week’ s debate and vote on Representative Justin Amash’s amendment to limit the National Security Agency’s collection of our private data. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to fight to end all unconstitutional surveillance: Last week’s House debate […]


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Red State Socialism makes you sick

Kewrnic Ward at Watchdog.org details how the farm bill not only subsidizes well-off farmers and agri-business but actually encourages over-production of unhealthy and fattening foods. So if the government really wanted to do something about the “obesity crisis” they would cut spending for these programs: “These taxpayer giveaways are all the more absurd at a […]


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