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“Assassin in Chief?”

 
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“Assassin in Chief?”

That’s the question two top constitutional attorneys, Herb Titus and William Olson, ask after reviewing the Obama administration’s “whitewash of a ‘white paper’.” Exercising a power that no prior president ever thought he possessed — a power that no prior president is known to have exercised — President Obama admitted that he ordered the execution […]


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Rand Paul’s Foreign Policy Speech

I know many C4L members are interested in reading or watching Senator Paul’s speech from earlier today at Heritage. The full text of Senator Paul’s speech is below: Foreign policy is uniquely an arena where we should base decisions on the landscape of the world as it is . . . not as we wish […]


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Help Audit the Fed reach 218 cosponsors in the House!

These representatives listed below were cosponsors of H.R. 459 in the 112th Congress when it passed by a vote of 327-98. They have yet to recosponsor identical legislation in this Congress introduced by Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10), H.R. 24, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act. If your representative is on this list, please call, email, and […]


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Sore Losers

And the GOP purges continue, this time in the Alaska GOP. Yesterday, after reviewing a list of trumped up “charges” against duly-elected incoming Chairman Russ Millette, the ARP Executive Committee voted to remove Millette, pending a review by the State Central Committee. Dave Nelle of the Republican Liberty Caucus reports: During the lame duck tenure […]


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Action Alert: Senate Vote on Foreign Aid Thursday! (Updated)

As early as noon Thursday, the Senate will vote on Senator Paul’s amendment to stop the sale of F-16s, tanks, and other military hardware to Egypt. Recent news reports abound about the current unstable political environment in Egypt, and it’s simply irresponsible for the Senate to authorize sending these weapons into an environment where they […]


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