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Maybe they should have read the bill

According to Politico, many members of Congress and their aides are leaving Capitol Hill because their health insurance premiums will be increasing next year because of…Obamacare.  Fortunately, Congressional leadership has quietly assured representatives and senators that “fixing this” is a top priority. Too bad Congress is not prioritizing  “fixing” the problems Obamacare is causing the rest of us.  Maybe […]


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Government Spying: Should We Be Shocked?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the recent revelations that the Obama Administration has been sizing our phone records and spying on our Internet usage: Government Spying: Should We Be Shocked? Last week we saw dramatic new evidence of illegal government surveillance of our telephone calls, and of the […]


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Is Nixon Obama’s role model?

Republican Senator Charles Grassley and Pentagon Papers whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg may not have much in common, but one thing they agree on is the lengths to which the Obama Administration’s obsession with secrecy is unprecedented and a danger to American liberty. Ellsberg points out that many people in the Administration, Congress, and the Courts agree […]


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How The Internet Sales Tax Harms Small Businesses

In a new video from the Heritage Foundation, Catesby Jones, President of Peace Frogs, a clothing company in Gloucester, Virginia,explains how the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate will harm his business. (Hat tip: Human Events).    


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Government to 10-year old girl: Drop Dead (UPDATE)

Last week I blogged about Sarah Murnaghan, a 10-year old girl with cystic fibrosis whose life was endangered by transplant rules restricting the ability of children under 12 from receiving adult organs. Yesterday, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen “Dialing for Dollars” Sibelius made death sentence official when she told a Congressional Committee that she […]


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