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Don’t Miss Free Speech Champion Lee Goodman at LPAC

One of the speakers I am really looking forward to hearing at LPAC is Federal Election Commission (FEC) Chairman Lee Goodman. Now you may be wondering: why is Campaign for Liberty having the head of any federal agency at LPAC–much less one that enforces unconstitutional and anti-free speech election laws–and why is Ron Paul’s former […]


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Justina’s law: No experimentation on Children

A while ago I blogged about Representative Steve Stockman’s legislation restricting federal funds from going to entities that give children potentially dangerous psychotropic drugs without parental consent. Representative Michelle Bachmann has introduced similar legislation, Justina’s Law (HR 4989). This bill forbids the use of federal funds to use children who have been declared “wards of […]


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Did GOP throw in the towel on Ex-Im?

Maybe…..tonight the House GOP released the text of their Continuing Resolution(CR), which funds the government until the December “lame-duck” session. The CR contains a provision extending the Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank) until June of next year. This lengthy extension of Ex-Im Bank suggests that the GOP leadership has no interest in fighting to shut down […]


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Mom begs state for daughter’s life….

Next time someone tries to tell you that government health care is compassionate tell them this story: State bureaucrats in Maine have given a child a do not resuscitate order. The child was placed in state custody after her father allegedly shook her into coma . This means that if the child stooped breathing the hospital would simply […]


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Are Republicans Going Soft on Obamacare?

Peter Sudman from Reason amasses the evidence: In March of last year, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) stood on stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference  and declared that “Obamacare should be repealed root and branch.” But in May, when he was asked about whether Kentucky’s health insurance exchange, Kynect—the local face of Obamacare—should […]


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