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Liberty NewsWire: Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Much of the debate over this bill [NDAA] has focused on the political issue of executive authority versus rule of law. In doing so it has overlooked the indirect and insidious effects the new law may have on the United States' largely successful counterterrorist campaign." – Brian Michael Jenkins, for Foreign Affairs (see full article […]


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Liberty NewsWire: February 2, 2012

The coalition of non-AMA doctor groups is concerned not only with patient access and the preservation of the sacred doctor-patient relationship, but also with the onerous rules that will be created and controlled by local, Obamacare-mandated Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). These mini-HMOs will deprive patients of the right to a full-range of pharmaceutical options and […]


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Liberty NewsWire: Wednesday, February 1st, 2012

Chances are, if you have been at an U.S. airport lately, you've been inside a tubular body scanning machine called a "backscatter," named for the way it scatters electrons. On Tuesday, a bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation to determine whether the scanners emit harmful levels of cancer-causing radiation, as some experts believe." – Trish […]


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Senator Lee Slams Obama’s Unconstitutional Appointments

During a Judiciary Committee business meeting this morning, Senator Mike Lee slammed the Obama administration for their unconstitutional "recess" appointments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwlyUb-G9qY What follows is the accompanying press release from Senator Lee's office: WASHINGTON – Today, Senator Mike Lee formally responded to the […]


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Liberty NewsWire: January 31, 2012

President Barack Obama in an online "conversation" with American voters on Monday, failed to answer a barrage of questions about marijuana legalization or the drug war. Although 18 out of 20 of the most popular questions submitted by voters via YouTube were about the drug war or pot, the president in his 45-minute post-State of […]


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