Home » National Blog ( - Page 278)

Liberty NewsWire – October 20, 2011

 

Archive | National Blog

RSS feed for this section

Liberty NewsWire – October 20, 2011

Muammar Gaddafi was killed on Thursday as Libya's new leaders declared they had overrun the last bastion of his long rule, sparking wild celebrations that eight months of war may finally be over. – Reuters Gaddafi killed – Reuters TSA solicits passengers for 'Pre-Check' Program – The Hill Home Resales Drop – Wall Street Journal […]


Read full story

Liberty NewsWire – October 19, 2011

Mr. Paul said he and other senators have had only a few days to read the 868-page legislation and called for a three-week hiatus so lawmakers have time to review it. – The Washington Times Paul pulls plug on education bill markup – The Washington Times TSA Slammed at Senate Hearing – Politico Federal Reserve […]


Read full story

EPA v. Property Rights in Idaho

 A very disturbing story reported by Mark Hyman that should bother anyone who cares about property rights. 10/06/11 Government IntrusionThe battle of one Idaho family represents just how out-of-control government has gotten.  And activist judges who ignore the Constitution make matters worse. Chantell & Michael Sackett bought less than an acre for $23,000 near Priest Lake, Idaho […]


Read full story

Tune in to C-Span 2

Senator Paul is blocking the "No Child Left Behind" reauthorization, using procedural rules, and forcing a discussion on the floor. This is great, namely because NCLB is an abomination to limited government principles – a creature of George W. Bush and the late-Ted Kennedy – that doubled the size of the Department of Education. Yesterday, […]


Read full story

Dr. Robert Auerbach Calls Out Chairman Bernanke’s “Urban Legend”

On Oct. 4, as I described previously in my own review of the Domestic Monetary Policy Subcommittee hearing on Audit the Fed [VIDEO], Chairman Bernanke told Senator Mike Lee that his (and C4L's) concern about the "general veil of secrecy under which the Federal Reserve typically operates," was nothing more than an "urban legend." In a […]


Read full story