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Criminalizing Life

In a new op-ed penned by Senator Paul in the Washington Times this morning, he shows how regulations put in place by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) violate property rights, infringe on individual liberty, and are costly to the economy. Since its creation in 1970, the Environmental Protection Agency has done more harm than good. EPA regulations cost more than […]


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Liberty NewsWire – August 31, 2011

"The ingenious slogan that the public debt does not matter because ' we owe it to ourselves' is clearly absurd." – Murray Rothbard Obama to Boehner: 7 Proposed Regulations Would Cost More than $1B Each – Washington Post In a letter to House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, Obama lists four proposed Environmental Protection Agency rules […]


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Senator Paul Responds to Krueger Nomination

The latest press release from Senator Paul's office: WASHINGTON, D.C. – Yesterday, President Obama nominated Princeton labor economist Alan Krueger to become the chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. Sen. Rand Paul issued the following statement in response: “Alan Krueger is nothing more than an extreme government interventionist, cut from the same cloth […]


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Liberty NewsWire – August 30, 2011

"A cynical, mercenary, demagogic press will in time produce a people as base as itself." – Joseph Pulitzer Deadliest Month Yet for U.S. in Afghanistan – CBS News After Irene, FEMA Facing a Disaster of Its Own – Funding – Washington Post Federal Government Helps to Reimburse States for Irene Damage – Reuters AU: Libya […]


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Blowback?

Libyan rebels "liberated" a prison last week.  It turns out, as many as 600 of those prisoners were "pro-Al-Qaeda militants," imprisoned by Qaddafi, but reports are that many of them may have tried, or actually did, fight against U.S. forces in Iraq. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUeNBy3FjRM This news appears to have been overlooked because of last week's Hurricane […]


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