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Before We Attack Iran, Remember “Curveball” and Faked Intelligence about Iraq

All the usual suspects want war with Iran.  Never mind they misled the public about Iraq.  Let's start another "splendid little war"! Good ol' "Curveball," an iraqi chemical engineer, admits that he made everything up about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction.  And he has no regrets, even though thousands of Americans and tens of thousands […]


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“Gimme A Break” — Liberal Economist Scoffs at Senator DeMint

During a hearing in the Joint Economic Committee, liberal economist and former Federal Reserve Governor Laurence Meyer scoffed at the notion the Federal Reserve is involved in central planning.  Senator DeMint had expressed free market concerns over the Fed's recent actions, including effectively monetizing the debt over the past year, when Dr. Meyer interjected. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpT0o75ccw0 As […]


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Liberty NewsWire: March 29, 2012

"What we've heard over the last few days is a growing concern from our Supreme Court justices about, perhaps, the federal government has gone too far at the expense of individual liberty and our states' rights," said South Dakota Attorney General Marty J. Jackley. Even though the health care law's individual mandate appeared to be […]


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All For Naught?

I have a question, a question for all serious conservatives, libertarians, and those who in general favor truly limited, constitutional government. Was the Tea Party tidal wave that swept Republicans back into power in 2010 really about limited government?   Republicans sure talked a good talk before the 2010 elections. Warning of Obama's creeping socialism, […]


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Liberty NewsWire: Tuesday, March 27th, 2012

WASHINGTON — House members of both parties on Monday teed off against the agency in charge of airport and port anti-terrorist screening, saying it uses ineffective tactics, wastes money on faulty equipment and treats travelers rudely. "We're not cattle," said Rep. Gerald Connolly, D-Va., adding that `barking orders" undermines the good work of the Transportation […]


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