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White House resumes aid to Egypt, walks back on earlier pledge

 
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White House resumes aid to Egypt, walks back on earlier pledge

The US will resume military aid to Egypt despite earlier statements saying the US would halt aid as a result of the country’s violent military coup. Via The Washington Post, this is who your money is going to in case you were wondering: Since the coup that ousted President Mohamed Morsi last year, Egypt’s military-backed […]


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Welfare Queens give Congress ulitmatium

The international welfare queens at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are demanding that the US Congress approve “reforms” that give Russia and China more say over how the taxpayer dollars the US Government sends to the IMF are spent. The IMF has said that unless Congress passes those reforms by the end of the year, […]


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Aid to Ukraine Is a Bad Deal For All

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on whether giving more US Taxpayer money to Ukraine is a good idea (SPOILER ALERT: it is not). Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to end all foreign aid as part of our efforts for Real Cuts, Right […]


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Rubio Votes With Reid and Obama, Against American People

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) stood with President Obama and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, and against the rule of law to continue sending foreign aid to Egypt. Under current law, the United States is prohibited from providing financial assistance to countries that have experienced a military coup d’état. “Despite the fact that nearly […]


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Urgent Action Alert: Senate Vote on Aid to Egypt

Wednesday morning, the Senate will vote on an amendment to the offered by Senator Paul to end foreign military assistance to Egypt in keeping with U.S. protocols regarding a nation that has experienced a coup d’état. Instead of sending the money overseas, the money saved would be redirected to the “Bridges in Critical Corridors” fund […]


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