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The Nanny State Exemplified

"The latest idea in that fight [the fight against obeseity] is a curious proposal from Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City. He's planning to ban the sale of sugary drinks 16 ounces or larger in public venues such as restaurants and movie theaters."–Cnn.com Today's Liberty NewsWire highlighted this latest in a series of motions by […]


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Liberty NewsWire: June 5, 2012

“In the past few years, the federal government has been recording the largest budget deficits since 1945, both in dollar terms and as a share of the economy. Consequently, the amount of federal debt held by the public has surged,” the CBO report said in a long-term budget outlook that paints a shockingly dark picture of […]


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Liberty NewsWire: June 4, 2012

The latest idea in that fight is a curious proposal from Mayor Michael Bloomberg of New York City. He's planning to ban the sale of sugary drinks 16 ounces or larger in public venues such as restaurants and movie theaters. –Cnn.com Individual Liberty Cnn.com–Soda ban is a slippery slope Christian Science Monitor–Supreme Court sides with Secret […]


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Obama’s “Kill List”: An Example of America’s Lost Identity

     On May 29, The New York Times published an Op-Ed headlined, “Secret ‘Kill List’ Proves a Test of Obama’s Principles and Will” that reveals Obama’s plan to unilaterally execute terrorist suspects, some of them Americans, through drone strikes. Before going any further with the absurdity of the article's content and angle that tries […]


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Liberty NewsWire: June 1, 2012

"Pakistan must understand that they are choosing the wrong side. They accuse Dr. Afridi of working against Pakistan, but he was simply helping the U.S. capture the head of Al Qaeda. Surely Pakistan is not linking their interests with those of an international terrorist organization," Paul said in a statement. "Foreign aid has been an […]


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