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Sen. Paul on Obama’s Jobs Plan

Latest press release from the office of Senator Rand Paul: WASHINGTON,  D.C. – In light of President Obama's presentation of his so-called jobs plan to Congress this evening, Sen. Rand Paul offered the following statement: "The urgency with which the President is pushing his jobs proposal on Congress is cause for alarm.  Much like Obamacare […]


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Fly the Friendly Skies

I confess to having mixed, but mostly negative, feelings about yesterday’s report of two airliners being shadowed by F-16 fighter jets on 9/11 because cabin crew had complained about five passengers spending too much time in the plane’s lavatories.  When the planes landed they were parked in remote areas in the airports (Detroit and New York), […]


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Restoring Sound Money

Congressman Paul's congressional office posted the following press release regarding tomorrow's subcommittee hearing on H.R. 1098, the "Free Competition in Currency Act of 2011." WASHINGTON, DC – Congressman Ron Paul, Chairman of the Domestic Monetary Policy and Technology Subcommittee, announced today that the subcommittee will hold a hearing on legislation to restore sound money to […]


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Threats to Civil Liberties Post-9/11

"The government has no right to pick through your private information just because that's technologically possible," says American Civil Liberties Union policy counsel and former FBI agent Mike German. "The laws are now so lax that they can."  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HruJVj2-5mU Reason TV sat down with Mike German to discuss the changes in data collection policies since […]


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The Priceless Price of the Post-9/11 Decade

"As we approach the ten-year anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, we are seeing lots of estimates on the costs of America's wars waged in the last decade. Yet most of them miss the big picture." "What was the full opportunity cost of all these wars? Few economists ask this question. What if these […]


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