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“No We Can’t”

On Fox Business last night, Senator Mike Lee joined John Stossel to discuss the federal government's over-regulatory burden on Americans. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lR7BwNvenug Senator Lee goes on to discuss the REINS Act, S. 299, introduced by Senator Rand Paul, as the best means for reining in Washington's out-of-control regulatory regime.  In December, a version of the REINS Act, […]


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Liberty NewsWire: May 9, 2012

The Transportation Security Administration has shelved $184 million in security equipment in a Texas warehouse rather than in the airports for which it was bought, according to a report compiled by House Republican investigators. The scathing report will be presented Wednesday at a joint hearing of the Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and the Committee […]


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Liberty NewsWire: May 7, 2012

On Tuesday, Paul will host a hearing of his House Financial Services subcommittee, where lawmakers will discuss a range of legislative proposals to tweak, overhaul, or outright eliminate the Fed. – The Hill   Federal Reserve The Hill – Federal Reserve Draws Legislative Fire from Both Sides of the Aisle Police State Daily Mail – […]


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“How the Fed Favors The 1%”

If you haven't yet read Mark Spitznagel's recent piece in The Wall Street Journal, "How the Fed Favors The 1%," it's well worth your time to check out and then pass on to your family and friends. Over the past year, we've heard a lot from politicians, media outlets, and activists about the widening gap between […]


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Liberty NewsWire Friday, May 4th, 2012

Rand Paul has a reform plan for the Transportation Security Administration: Scrap the whole thing. A personal message from Paul (R-Ky.) came atop emails this week from the Campaign for Liberty Vice President Matt Hawes, asking for readers to sign a petition in support of Paul’s “End the TSA” bill. A Paul spokeswoman said that […]


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