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Liberty NewsWire: February 16, 2012

A bipartisan group of senators, meanwhile, is introducing a resolution that rules out a strategy of containment for Iran and holding a press conference Thursday afternoon. Some Democrats have been reluctant to sign onto the effort because they don’t want to interfere with Obama’s role as commander in chief in an election year. – The […]

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Drones over the U.S.A.

Last week, Congress passed legislation that requires the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to draw up plans by 2015 to allow for commercial drones in national airspace.  This, along with the integration of returning military drones into U.S. airspace, is being promoted by  Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Texas) and Rep. Howard P. "Buck" McKeon (R-Santa Clarita), who co-chair the bipartisan […]

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Keeping America Safe…

… from the Amish menace.   If you haven't yet heard the news, it's official, the FDA won its case against Dan Allgyer, an Amish farmer whose unspeakable crime — selling raw milk — has now forced him to shut down his farm, "Rainbow Acres," altogether. For Mr. Allgyer, a man whose fight with the FDA goes […]

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Liberty NewsWire: Wednesday, February 15th, 2012

Support for Acta in Europe is waning as both Bulgaria and the Netherlands refuse to ratify the international anti-piracy agreement." – Reuters in The Guardian.  See full article immediately below. Individual Liberty SOPA/PIPA: The Guardian – Acta loses more support in Europe The Hill – President to kiss, make up to Hollywood TSA & Travel […]

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Liberty NewsWire: February 14, 2012

The greatest threat to the health-care overhaul might not be the Supreme Court, which is scheduled to hear challenges to the law next month. Or the shifting alliances of an election year. In the end, it’s more likely to be a lack of medical providers. If the law succeeds in extending health insurance to 32 […]

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