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Airstrikes in Iraq: Remember that Thing Called Congress?

 
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Airstrikes in Iraq: Remember that Thing Called Congress?

Guest Post By: Jake Tate “President Obama has authorized airstrikes in Iraq.” Does anyone else see something wrong with that headline? Not “The United States Government has…” or “With the approval of Congress the President has…” No. The headlines have always told us that Obama is doing this, that, and the other thing on his […]


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Who Murdered the Middle Class?

The government…specifically the Obama Administration and a Congress led by Democrats who advocate and vote for big  government and Republicans who advocate  small government while voting for…big government. That is the verdict of Wayne Allyn Root in his new book The Murder of the Middle-Class. Mr. Root lays out his case by examining the economic […]


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Campaign for Liberty to Obama: No more unconstitutional war in Iraq

Campaign for Liberty has joined with 31 other organizations from across the political spectrum urging members of Congress to sign a bipartisan letter to President Obama. The letter reminds the former Constitutional Law Professor that the Constitution forbids him from launching new military action in Iraq without first obtaining authorization from Congress. Text of the letter […]


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Obama Plan for Student Debt “Forgiveness” Will Only Make Things Worse

Over at The Campaign for Liberty Foundation, Michael Clayton discusses President Obama’s latest student loan “forgiveness” plan and how this will do nothing to solve the student debt crisis. The plan will make it so that certain students with federal loans won’t have to make payments any larger than 10% of their monthly income. With […]


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How Obama and the House GOP saved the surveillance state

Who says bipartisanship is dead? Last week, the Obama Administration worked with GOP House leadership to gut the USA FREEDOM Act. The original act was a modest step in the right direction when it was introduced last fall. Then, two weeks ago, when it was considered by the House Committee on the Judiciary, the bill was […]


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