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Where were you on Dec. 16, 2007?

 
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Where were you on Dec. 16, 2007?

Dear Friend, I remember watching the ticker go up and up. And then it just kept going. Two hundred thirty-four years after the Sons of Liberty helped spark the American Revolution by dumping British tea into Boston Harbor, you and I made some history of our own. My supporters raised over $6 MILLION online in […]


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All I Want for Christmas is a (Real) Government Shutdown

The political class breathed a sigh of relief Saturday when the US Senate averted a government shutdown by passing the $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill. This year’s omnibus resembles omnibuses of Christmas past in that it was drafted in secret, was full of special interest deals and disguised spending increases, and was voted on before most members […]


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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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House Chooses New Cold War With Russia

Last week the US House voted overwhelmingly in favor of an anti-Russia resolution so full of war propaganda that it rivals the rhetoric from chilliest era of the Cold War. Ironically, much of the bill condemns Russia for doing exactly what the US government has been doing for years in Syria and Ukraine! For example, […]


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Representative Massie speaks out in defense of his amendment

Yesterday, Dr. Ron Paul commented on reports that the U.S. House Leadership will strip the popular Massie-Lofgren amendment to reform NSA spying programs from the “Omnibus” bill, saying, in part: As disconnected as Congress is from the American people, Congressional Leadership is even more disconnected with the rest of Congress. Removing this amendment would leave […]


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