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About those ObamaCare Savings … Oops!

Remember ObamaCare?  That unconstitutional law–at least by the meaning of the Constitution, though we don't yet know how the Supreme Court is going to rule–which was supposed to save us zillions of dollars.  Well, taxpayers shouldn't act like congressmen and spend the savings before they occur. According to Charles Blahous at the Mercatus Center: The Affordable Care […]


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Liberty NewsWire Monday, April 16th, 2012

For more than a year, the intelligence services of various authoritarian regimes have shown an intense desire to know more about what goes on in an office building on L Street in Washington DC, six blocks away from the White House. The office is the HQ of a US government-funded technology project aimed at undermining internet […]


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Liberty NewsWire: April 13, 2012

Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an executive order Thursday creating a health care exchange in New York, an online marketplace where consumers can shop for competing health insurance plans. The move brings New York into compliance with President Obama's Affordable Care Act which requires each state to have a health exchange by 2014. 11 other states […]


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Liberty NewsWire: Thursday, April 12th, 2012

I realize that most Americans or Europeans wouldn't be able to pick out Mali on a map. But it's still a shame that recent events in that West African country have been getting so little attention. Until recently, Mali was one of Africa's big success stories. Now it's foundering. This is especially ironic when you […]


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Liberty NewsWire: April 11, 2012

Proponents of an online sales tax aren’t letting up in their push to move legislation through Congress this year, despite the opposition of conservative heavyweights. “The Supreme Court has correctly ruled against forcing businesses to collect taxes for states they don’t reside in,” DeMint told The Hill in a statement. “States should focus on lowering […]


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