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Congress Increases NSA’s Spying Capability

Last night, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 4681, The Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2015.  According to Congressman Justin Amash (R-MI), the bill included a new measure, Section 309., which “authorizes ‘the acquisition, retention, and dissemination’ of nonpublic communications, including those to and from U.S. persons.  The section contemplates that those private communications […]


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Ron Paul Classic: Taxpayers Should Not Pay for “Terrorism” Insurance

“There is nothing more permanent than a ‘temporary’ government program.” Milton Friedman Today, the House of Representatives will once again prove Friedman correct when it considers S. 2244, legislation reauthorizing the federal “terrorism risk insurance” program. As the title suggests, the program provides “government” (e.g. taxpayer) guarantees to insurance companies to help the companies pay […]


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Big Wins In An Otherwise Bad Bill

There is a lot to be upset about in the new 1603 page “CRomnibus” released late last night, much of which we probably haven’t even noticed yet. But Campaign for Liberty scored some important victories in specifically what was not included in the bill. First, there was no policy rider for an unconstitutional ban on […]


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“Cromnibus” Stalled! Keep those phone calls going!!

House and Senate leaders are having difficulties coming to an agreement on the “Cromnibus” spending bill. The delay in cutting a deal may force Congress to pass a short term “Continuing Resolution” keeping the government open until a final deal can be reached. (The current CR expires Thursday).  Unfortunately, the House and Senate are not […]


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Obama extends NSA spying program for 3 months

On Monday, the White House announced that President Obama has renewed the NSA’s phone spying program for another 3 months. From The Washington Times: The National Security Agency’s program collects the phone numbers, times and durations of calls made on U.S. telephone companies’ systems. The data is stored for five years and investigators are allowed to […]


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