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Happy Birthday Sarah Murnaghan

 
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Happy Birthday Sarah Murnaghan

Sarah Murnaghan recently celebrated her twelfth birthday. For those who do not remember, Sarah is the girl who almost died last year because of federal regulations prohibiting children from receiving adult organs. Fortunately for Sarah, a federal judge “stayed” the federal rule allowing her to receive a transplant. While Sarah’s story has a happy ending, […]


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Campaign for Liberty to Congress: No New (Internet) Taxes

Campaign for Liberty has joined a collation of over forty other organizations in a letter urging the Senate to reject efforts to attach the National Internet Tax Mandate to the Internet Access Tax Moratorium. Instead the letter urges the Senate to simply pass the Internet Access Moratorium bill as quickly as possible. Text of the […]


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If you have nothing to hide, you still have something to fear

Defenders of the NSA, TSA, PATRIOT Act, etc. like to say that “if you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear.” Three stories show the fallacy of that statement. First, is a survey from the Pew Research Center showing that only 42% of Americans are willing to discuss their views of the National […]


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Government Debt: US’s leading export?

According to new figures from the Treasury Department, foreign holdings of US debt now exceed $6 trillion dollars. China is the leading holder of US debt, holding  $1,268,400,000,000 at the end of June. In comparison, the Federal Reserve held  $2,396,972,000,000 in Treasury Securities during the same period. Other leading foreign holders of US debt include […]


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Don’t Miss Bill Kaufman at LPAC 2014!

One of the LPAC 2014 speakers I am most excited about is Bill Kaufman. Mr. Kaufman is a former DC editor for Reason magazine, and currently is a columnist for The American Conservative. Mr. Kaufman is also a contributor to a number of other publications, including The Wall Street Journal, The Nation, USA Today, and The Guardian. […]


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