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Glenn Jacobs issues a challenge

 
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Glenn Jacobs issues a challenge

Glenn “Kane” Jacobs has challenged Tennessee Lieutenant Governor Ron Ramsey to publicly debate the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate: “Lt. Gov. Ron Ramsey claims that the Internet sales tax mandate is not a new tax. Nor, according to Ramsey, is it an unfair tax,” Jacobs, whose stage name is Kane, said. “Ramsey is wrong on […]


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Quantitative Easing: Welfare for the Rich

Campaign for Liberty members will not be surprised to learn that the Federal Reserve’s Quantitative Easing program is benefiting wealthy investors while doing nothing to help middle class or lower income Americans. Americans need to know the full details regarding who is benefiting from the Federal Reserve’s policies, which is why Campaign for Liberty is […]


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Democrats Blocking Senator Paul’s Efforts to Hold IRS Accountable

Senate Democrats have placed a “hold” on Senator Rand Paul’s resolution condemning the Internal Revenue Service’s harassment of free-market, limited government organizations. Apparently these senators do not want to be forced to publicly choose between defending the IRS (and the Obama Administration) or upholding the rights of the people to engage in political activity without being […]


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Representative Massie’s Special Order Tonight

If you have not yet, set your DVRs for Representative Thomas Massie’s half-hour special order on the National Internet Tax Mandate tonight. The special order is expected to start sometime between 7:30 and 8:30 pm ET. Rep. Massie’s office just announced that Reps. Ron DeSantis and Steve Daines will join him on the floor. This […]


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If Republicans support Internet Sales Taxes, then what is the point of having a GOP?

Good question, as asked by Glen “Kane” Jacobs in his latest piece on the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate: “Republicans claim that the best way to stimulate the economy is to cut taxes and government spending, and let the market work its magic. Those Republican senators who voted in favor of the Marketplace Fairness Act […]


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