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Abolish the TSA!

I've had it with the TSA. I'm disgusted by having to write about their offensive, innappropriate screening procedures and agent misconduct on a regular basis. I'm fed up with them getting a 'pass' around the Constitution in the name of "national security." In this latest example, a young woman who travels frequently for work was […]


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Action Alert: Net Neutrality Vote This Week!

This week, a vote will be held on S.J.Res. 6, "a joint resolution disapproving the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with respect to regulating the Internet and broadband industry practices." Though so-called "net neutrality" rules were never passed by Congress, this year, the FCC attempted to push through their own regulations, currently set […]


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Liberty NewsWire: November 8, 2011

Russia Warns Against Israeli Airstrike on Iran - Telegraph.uk The drumbeat of war is expected to grow louder this week when United Nations nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, issues its most detailed report to date on nuclear research in Iran. It will provide what Western officials and experts regard as irrefutable evidence that Tehran is compiling the […]


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“Property Wrongs” Roundtable

In perhaps the most overlooked (unofficial) "hearing" of the 112th Congress, Senator Paul brought ordinary Americans to Washington to share their stories of regulatory abuse at the hand of Washington's out-of-control regulatory regime.  Below is Senator Paul's opening statement, then links to the various witnesses' testimony. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rsng9WH3xB8 Gibson Guitars CEO Henry Juszkiewicz Mike and Chantell Sackett […]


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Unwarranted GPS Surveillance

To obtain a warrant, or not to obtain a warrant for GPS surveillance? That is the question the Supreme Court will hear arguments on this Tuesday, as federal officials seek unfettered use of geo-location tracking technology. Wired writes: The question before the justices asks: May the police secretly install a Global Positioning System device on a vehicle […]


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