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Open Letter from John Tate to Senate Judiciary Committee

United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Human Rights 224 Dirksen Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510   Dear Chairman Durbin and Ranking Member Cruz: Thank you for holding this hearing on “Proposals to Reduce Gun Violence: Protecting Our Communities While Respecting the Second Amendment.”  On behalf of […]


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“Beware The Consequences of Pre-Emptive War”

  Dr. Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk: Last year more US troops died by suicide than died in combat in Afghanistan. More than 20 percent of military personnel deployed to combat will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Some 32 percent of US soldiers reported depression after deployments. More than 20 percent of active-duty military are […]


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Audit the Fed Gains Steam!

Thanks to an impressive level of grassroots advocacy from C4L members nationwide, Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed continues to pick up cosponsors in both the House and Senate. The House bill, H.R. 24, currently has 117 cosponsors, while the Senate bill, S. 209, picked up three since its introduction this week, including a high-profile cosponsor […]


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New CBO report good for political posturing, useless for understanding economic malaise

By John Watts This week, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a new report projecting budgetary and economic trends for the next ten years. The CBO does not officially represent either the Democratic or Republican factions of the ruling coalition in Washington, and thus is considered “non-partisan.” However, by its very nature as a […]


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Virginia takes first step toward sound money

This week, the Virginia House of Delegates passed Delegate Bob Marshall’s HJ 590. This legislation authorizes a study of the feasibility of Virginia adopting a “metallic-based” “currency” to protect the citizens of the Old Dominion in the event of a collapse of the US Dollar. The legislation still has to pass the Virginia State Senate. Virginia […]


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