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Liberty NewsWire: November 3, 2011

"You can't take a congressman to lunch for $25 and buy him a hamburger or steak…but you can take him to a fundraising lunch and not only buy him that steak, but give him $25,000 extra and call it a fundraiser…same access…same interaction with that congressman," says Abramoff. "So the people who make the reforms […]


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Senator Paul on “Freedom Watch”

Last night, Senator Paul joined Judge Napolitano on Freedom Watch to discuss the difficulties of getting members of Congress to cut even a few hundred million dollars from the budget (while we continue to run a $1.5 trillion deficit) and briefly talks about reining in the unaccountable Federal Reserve. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZ3-Q3q5mJw As an aside, S. 202 gained an additional […]


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John Wiener has an interesting piece in The Nation today about the health risks posed by the TSA's privacy-shredding body scanners, and he exposes the truth behind the claim that they're FDA-approved. But the ProPublica investigation showed these reassurances to be misleading at best and in some ways dishonest. The FDA never evaluated the safety […]


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Liberty NewsWire: November 2, 2011

Senate Clears $182 billion Spending Bill - Politico “The overall picture, the entire pie is about $10 billion more,” he said. “Unless we can be open and transparent with the American people and acknowledge the fact that we are spending more I think this is a problem.” “We have to get the fiscal house in order and […]


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Time for Fannie and Freddie To Go

Via Politico: The Obama administration’s efforts to fix the housing crisis may have fallen well short of helping millions of distressed mortgage holders, but they have led to seven-figure paydays for some top executives at troubled mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The Federal Housing Finance Agency, the government regulator for Fannie and Freddie, […]


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