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Would killing Export-Import Bank really harm businesses?

 
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Would killing Export-Import Bank really harm businesses?

Not according to this statement from Boeing’s most recent 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission: “…we may fund additional commitments and/or enter into new financing arrangements with customers. Certain of our non-U.S. customers also may seek to delay aircraft purchases if they cannot obtain financing at reasonable costs. We continue to work with […]


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Adam Dick celebrates Ron Paul’s forty year Campaign for Liberty

Adam Dick, who I had the privilege of working with when Adam was Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s legislative correspondent in Dr. Paul’s Congressional office, has a great article at the Ron Paul Institute website celebrating Dr. Paul’s forty years in the political arena.  Adam also gave an interesting talk on Dr. Paul’s career […]


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Seven Cheeses banned in the USA

No, that is not a misprint… the website CheeseRank has a slide show featuring seven cheeses that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has banned in the USA. Campaign for Liberty members will not be surprised that most of the cheeses were banned because they are made with raw milk. Every one of the banned […]


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US Debt: one more reason to Audit the Fed

Listening to the political class, one would think that the federal deficit has been slashed to the bone. But the truth, as revealed in a must-read article on the Wolf Street Blog is the federal deficit is growing and will continue to grow in the future. The article identifies the key role the Federal Reserve […]


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How the Nanny State ruined Saturday Morning

Readers of a certain age may remember when kids began their weekends by gathering around the television to watch Bugs Bunny, Scooby Doo, and other Saturday Morning cartoons. Today, network programming on Saturday morning looks like any other day of the week with news programs, “infomercials,” and talk shows taking the place of cartoons. What […]


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