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Senator Mike Lee Reacts to President Obama’s Speech

Following the President's speech before a joint session of Congress, Senator Lee responded with a short video voicing his disappointment in the President simply calling for more of the same failed policies. Before the speech, Lee outlined five steps he believed the President should have called for; a balanced budget amendment, sound monetary policies, regulatory […]

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Sen. Paul – Same Old Obama

Senator Rand Paul joins Judge Andrew Napolitano on Freedom Watch to discuss the Obama jobs plan. More on the jobs plan: Obama's $300 Billion Jobs Plan: Where All the Money Goes – CNBC Obama Jobs Plan Ensures Fight With GOP Over Spending – Washington Examiner Obama's Jobs Speech Venue Part of Election Strategy – Reuters

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Liberty NewsWire – Sept. 8, 2011

"President Obama is expected to propose a $300 billion jobs plan on Thursday that relies on tax increases and additional federal spending even though congressional Republicans have unequivocally rejected such proposals before." – Washington Examiner   Obama's $300 Billion Jobs Plan: Where All the Money Goes – CNBC Obama Jobs Plan Ensures Fight With GOP […]

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No Confidence in Geithner

Senator Paul has followed through on his promise during the August recess to introduce a resolution calling for a vote of no confidence in Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner. WASHINGTON, D.C. – Sen. Rand Paul today introduced legislation and took to the Senate floor to call for a Senate vote of no confidence in Treasury Secretary […]

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H.R. 1098 — “Free Competition in Currency Act of 2011″ Subcommittee Hearing!

Folks often ask, what steps can we take towards sound money without immediately shuttering the doors at the Federal Reserve? Well it's a great question.   The first step would be to repeal legal tender laws, which grant the Federal Reserve an unconstitutional monopoly over our medium of exchange. That's exactly what H.R. 1098 does, […]

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