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Ron Paul Classic: End the Mandate

 
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Ron Paul Classic: End the Mandate

Since March marked the fifth year anniversary of the passage of the “Affordable Care Act,” (Obamacare), and since Monday was the deadline to register for the Obamacare exchanges, this seems like a good time to revisit then-Congressman Ron Paul’s official floor statement introducing the End the Mandate Act from 2010. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign […]


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Obama raises taxes on working Americans

During his Congressional career Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul championed repealing all federal taxes on tips. Since this simple act would increase the wages of millions of working Americans, one might think that President Obama might embrace this proposal. After all, he is making “reducing income inequality” the centerpiece of his agenda this 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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Classic Ron Paul: Federal job training programs, of any sort, further the destructive idea that the proper role of the federal government is to provide for all the needs of its citizens.

Earlier this week, I blogged about the “SKILLS” Act, the Republicans’ proposals to make federal job training programs more efficient. This is not the first time a Republican Congress tried to reform job training programs. In 1997, the Republican Congress worked with the Clinton Administration to pass the “Employment, Training, and Literacy” Act. Campaign for […]


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GOP leadership offers phony cuts and real abuse of power

Today, the House considered legislation providing a one-year delay in a scheduled reduction in Medicare payments for physicians. This is the latest in delays in the reductions Congress has passed ever since 1997 when Congress changed the formula for Medicare reimbursements. The reductions, passed in 1997, were scheduled to go into effect in the early […]


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