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Proponent of Federal Reserve Secrecy complains about inflation on House floor

Earlier today, Representative Chris Van Hollen (D-Md), who voted against Audit the Fed in 2012, took to the floor of the House to argue against a bill that would prohibit the CBO from assuming annual spending increases due to inflation. He even had an expensive-looking chart to go with his argument.         […]


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Got Freedom?

“If anybody believes in liberty, they ought to believe in the right of every individual to drink raw milk,” C4L Chairman Ron Paul said in this free segment from the Ron Paul Channel. He was discussing a Politico article about two new bills sponsored by Rep. Thomas Massie (KY-4),  which Campaign for Liberty supports, the “Milk […]


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Ft. Hood: An Avoidable Tragedy

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on Friday’s tragic shooting in Fort Hood, Texas. Ft. Hood: An Avoidable Tragedy Last week we saw yet another tragedy at Ft. Hood, Texas, as a distraught Iraq war veteran killed three of his fellow soldiers before killing himself. It is nearly five […]


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Retiring Rep. Moran Complains Congress is Underpaid

In a country where the median household income is $53,046, outgoing Rep. Jim Moran (VA-8) complained yesterday that, despite what Americans believe, members of Congress are underpaid. “I think the American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid,” Moran told CQ Roll Call. The comments were made during a markup of legislation to continue […]


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Iowa tries to keep millions from tax that doesn’t exist

File this under actions taken by lawmakers that do not surprise me. From Watchdog.org For six years, the state has collected more than $20 million for a tax that didn’t exist. When questioned about it, the Legislature adopted the solution preferred by small children who’ve done something wrong — they pretended it never happened. In […]


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