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Get Your Copy of “Government Bullies” Today!

In his new, must-read book, Government Bullies: How Everyday Americans Are Being Harassed, Abused, and Imprisoned by the Feds, Senator Paul takes government bureaucracies to task for running rough-shod over the American people by legislating through onerous government regulations. Order your copy today from GovernmentBullies.com!


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Just Announced: Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged Part II at LPAC!

Just announced: Producer Harmon Kaslow, from Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged Part II, will be at the Liberty Political Action Conferenceon Friday, September 14, at 9:30pm to screen the film’s trailer and present additional, exclusive footage. Mr. Kaslow will be available for questions, and he’ll bring along some promotional materials for the new film. Don't miss out! […]


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Audit the Fed Talking Points

For meeting with Senate staffers, feel free to use the talking points below in your discussion: Recent polling shows Audit the Fed is supported by nearly 75% of the American people H.R. 459, Audit the Fed, passed the House in July 2012 by a vote of 327-98 Why Audit the Fed? Fed policies affect average […]


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Join Ron Paul at LPAC!

Don't forget about an upcoming chance to see Congressman Paul at the 2012 Liberty Political Action Conference!  Tickets available at www.LPAC.com If you're planning on attending the event, be sure to consider attending a private briefing with Ron Paul just before he addresses the conference.  Space is very limited for this separate ticketed event, be sure to […]


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James Otis on “Writs of Assistance”

James Otis' fight against general warrants, known as "Writs of Assistance," helped lead to our 4th Amendment being adopted. To read more on James Otis' argument against "Writs of Assitance," click here. Remember these words when the FISA Amendments Act comes up for reauthorization later this year; your Congressmen may need a reminder as well.


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