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Senator Paul on CNBC

Last night, Senator Paul was on Larry Kudlow's show discussing the "Occupy Wall St." protests, the President's class warfare rhetoric, and the administration's call for a new stimulus. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZAasUtZwsg


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A New War Front in Africa

President Obama is rapidly becoming George W. Bush on steroids.  This week’s announcement that 100 military advisers would be going to Uganda to assist in operations against "The Lord’s Army" surprised even pessimists like myself who have been watching the growing militarization of the foreign policy being conducted White House.  "The Lord's Army" threatens no […]


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Three Takeaway Lessons from the GAO Audit of the Federal Reserve

From Project on Government Oversight (a coalition parter of Campaign for Liberty on Audit the Fed) Fed Oversight Lesson 1: There are still limits to the GAO’s audit authority The GAO’s audit of the Federal Reserve, which was published in July 2011, was a one-time deal. It was authorized for a specific purpose, which was to examine emergency […]


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Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Fights FDA

Keeping with this weeks theme highlighting Washington's burdensome regulatory regime, this instance is one where the FDA could end up inhibiting medical research progress by establishing roadblocks to outpatient clinical trials of an artificial pancreas for people with type 1 diabetes.   On December 1, the FDA will issue crucial guidelines to the clinical trial […]


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FYI: Senator Paul to introduce jobs bill

At 2pm this afternoon, Senator Paul will introduce his alternative to the President's job proposal, called the Jobs through Growth Act.   This bill promotes economic growth by reforming the tax code, cutting spending, and reining in overregulation to foster an environment to allow the private sector to grow, invest, and create American jobs.   Stay […]


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