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Time for the Federal Government to Act on Hemp

Last night, the Kentucky General Assembly passed SB 50 by a vote of 88-4 after having previously passed the Kentucky State Senate 31-6. SB 50 creates a regulatory framework for industrial hemp in Kentucky, provided the federal government moves to decouple industrial hemp from marijuana by amending the 1970 Controlled Substances Act. While Senator Paul […]


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GOP Turncoats Support Internet Sales Taxes

Friday’s vote on Senator Enzi’s (R-WY) so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act” was a gift for the liberty movement. Before Friday, it wasn’t clear where the Senate stood on what really ought to be called the National Internet Tax Mandate. Thanks to their vote, now we know… and it wasn’t pretty for Senate Republicans. Twenty-six Senate R’s […]


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Massie on GOP Budget: “…this plan actually increases spending”

Today the House passed the GOP budget plan. Ten Republicans opposed the plan (which increases spending by 3.5% over the next ten years). The ten Republicans who opposed it were: Justin Amash (Mich.), Paul Broun (Ga.), Rick Crawford (Ark.), Randy Forbes (Va.), Chris Gibson (N.Y.), Phil Gingrey (Ga.), Joe Heck (Nev.), Walter Jones (N.C.), Thomas Massie […]


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Ron Paul Responds to the Federal Reserve

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s statement regarding the Federal Reserve’s announcement yesterday that it will continue its “easy money” policies: The Federal Reserve announced on Wednesday that it will continue its easy credit policies – to no one’s surprise. But its statements on fiscal policy are confusing and contradictory. While the Fed […]


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Learn how to explode economic fallacies

by John Watts Senator Elizabeth Warren, (D-MA), recently suggested in committee that if the federal minimum wage kept pace with production increases over the last 30-plus years, it would today be around $22 instead of the current $7.25. What is the economic law that supports her inference? There is none, but Sen. Warren had a […]


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