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How much does corporate welfare cost you?

 
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How much does corporate welfare cost you?

According to a new study by the Open Books Institute, the federal government spent more than $1.2 trillion on direct payments to big corporations between 2000 and 2012. (Hat Tip: The Advocates for Self-Government). Stephen Moore of National Review provides more details: ……But corporate welfare has strong claimants: deep-pocketed business interests that rely on federal […]


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Just say NO to the Lame Duck

I have examined some of the dangers of the planned “lame duck” sessions of Congress here.  Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) share my concerns. They have written a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, pledging to object to “any non-emergency, substantial and controversial legislation, nominations, or treaties.” More details on the letter […]


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Justin Amash’s questions for the President

Representative Justin Amash made the following statement in response to President Barrack Obama’s plans to launch military action in Iraq and Syria: When our government orders our young men and women into harm’s way, our leaders have a duty to define the mission, set a plausible strategy, and explain why the risk of our children’s […]


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LPAC brings people together

Another LPAC speaker I am really excited about is Jack Hunter, editor of RARE Liberty. As I am sure many know, Jack was the official blogger for Ron Paul 2012. Jack is not only a top-notch writer and editor, but he is also a great speaker and a passionate advocate for liberty and constitutional government. Jack […]


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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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