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More proof that government is out of control and dangerous

Next time some statist tries to tell you that our deficits are because the government is just not taxing us enough, remind them that federal tax revenues are at historic highs and are projected to increase. Despite the new revenue, government is still running enormous deficits. Former OMB Chief David Stockman points out that the […]


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Paul Broun to Harry Reid: Schedule a Vote on Audit the Fed!

In a must-read op-ed published yesterday at The Daily Caller, Congressman Paul Broun, the lead sponsor of the Audit the Fed legislation in the House, calls on Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to schedule a Senate vote on Audit the Fed before the end of the year. Since Harry Reid has publicly expressed support for Audit the […]


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Your tax dollars at work

The other day, I blogged about how many in the GOP are abandoning tax cuts in favor of tax “reform,” which rearranges, but doses not reduce, the tax burden imposed on the American people. I pointed out that the reason for this new position in taxes is rooted in an unwillingness of to many in the […]


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Could Internet Sales Taxes lead to another Boston Tea Party?

Courtesy of Thomas Carlson’s wonderful blog “Analysis of the Marketplace Fairness Act by a Former Federal Agent” comes this essay comparing the battle over the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate to the Boston Tea Party. Campaign for Liberty is preparing an all-out effort to fight any efforts to ram the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate into […]


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Is the GOP abandoning Tax Cuts?

“The only reason God put Republicans on this earth is to cut taxes”–Robert Novak According to Politico, Republicans may be disregarding the late Mr. Novak’s theology as few Republican candidates for Senate are discussing tax cuts. Instead, those Republicans who are discussing tax policy are championing “tax reform.” Tax reform is by no means the […]


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