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L.A. More Concerned About Plastic Bags Than Public Debt

No longer will Los Angeles citizens be asked “paper or plastic?” The Los Angeles City Council has decided to move forward with a controversial ban on plastic bags that proponents say will protect Southern California’s delicate ecosystems. In a state with an almost 11% unemployment rate and a city facing a $250 million budget deficit, […]


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Liberty NewsWire: May 25, 2012

Oil and gas are traded in the global marketplace, and therefore prices are established by international demand. As a result, oil prices and interest rates move in the opposite directions. When interest rates fall, the value of the dollar decreases–U.S. news and World Report Economy U.S. News & World Report – Federal Reserve’s Low Interest Rates […]


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Why Senator Paul’s FDA Amendment is Necessary

When you contact your senators to support Senator Paul's amendment #2143 to the FDA User Fees Bill, S. 3187, here's some background to why each provision of the amendment is necessary to begin restoring common sense to the FDA and federal regulations.  Are Cheerios a drug? In a 2009 warning letter the FDA issued to […]


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Liberty NewsWire: May 24, 2012

“What if the federal government could write any law, regulate any behavior and tax any event, no matter what the Constitution authorized? What if the majority in Congress rejects the idea of limited government and views the Constitution as granting it blanket power to do whatever it can get away with? What if the constitutional […]


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Senator Paul on His FDA Amendment

Earlier this afternoon, Senator Paul took to the floor to urge the Senate to pass his amendment to the FDA User Fees Bill. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDXd5BciFHE Unfortunately, the Senate later killed his amendment by a vote of 78-15. In other words, the Senate believes it's fine to place prior restraint on free speech, for the militarized FDA to […]


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