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Stossel On Government Schools

Sunday, March 28th, 2010

From his blog at Fox Business Network, John Stossel has this on government schools: It’s absurd that powerful Americans consider it normal that they must move their residence or manipulate politicians to get their kids into a good school No one has do that to buy an iphone, or a good restaurant meal In every […]

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Porkulus III Passes Senate With Republican Help

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010

The Senate passed Porkulus III by a vote of 70-28 with 13 Republicans demonstrating their party’s new found fiscal conservatism by crossing over to vote with every Democrat present for the bill. Like the first Porkulus signed by George W. Bush in 2008 and the Porkulus II passed last year, Porkulus III forks over billions […]

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Is The PAYGO Rule Fiscally Responsible?

Saturday, January 30th, 2010

On Thursday, the US Senate voted to restore pay go rules on a party line vote. President Obama praised the restoration of the PAYGO rule. Obama supporter Andrew Sullivan used the vote as a club to attack Republicans. Republicans opposed the restoration of pay go calling it a backdoor attempt to raise taxes. However, the […]

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Congressional Thug Tries To Silence Free Speech

Sunday, December 20th, 2009

Meet Congressman Alan Grayson, a punk ass bitch and wannabe thoughtpoliceman Not everyone thinks imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. In fact, U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson of Orlando took such offense at a parody Web site aimed at unseating him that the freshman Democrat asked U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder to investigate the Lake […]

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Earmark And Healthcare Wars: Ron Paul vs Jeff Flake

Saturday, December 12th, 2009

A recent article in the Washington Examiner by John Labeaume details the differing approaches to earmarks that two of most libertarian members of Congress have. This difference came out in a vote on an amendment that Flake wrote to H.R. 3791 which was the Fire Grants Reauthorization Act of 2009. The Flake amendment would ban […]

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ACTION ALERT: Put The Stake in Obamacare

Friday, November 6th, 2009

Well the good news is that the Democrats are saying they don’t have the votes. Probably one of the reasons why they don’t have the votes is because people are finding all about what’s in HR 3962. They’re objecting to: Higher taxes on individuals and businesses which will drive up unemployment Government dictating what’s in […]

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ACTION ALERT: Obamacare Set For Vote On Saturday

Friday, November 6th, 2009

On Saturday at 6PM, the Democrats plan to bring Obamacare for a vote on the House floor. Obamacare contains: A government run public option which will eventually take over our healthcare Higher taxes on individuals A mandate that businesses and individuals and families buy health insurance Increase the cost of health insurance by requiring insurance […]

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Congressional House Call Day

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Tomorrow on the Fifth of November, Americans for Prosperity will be coordinating with Congresswoman Michele Bachmann a Meetup at the United States Capital. The purpose of this meetup is to kill Obamacare. This blog, along with many bloggers and activists were invited to a conference call tonight with Congresswoman Bachmann and Redstate.com’s Erick Erickson. The […]

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Why Federal Government Spending Will Never Be Cut

Tuesday, September 22nd, 2009

Economist Bruce Bartlett had a column in Forbes outlining why he thinks spending won’t be cut. Every time I write about the need to raise revenues to pay for federal spending, some nitwit always demands to know why we don’t just cut spending. That is not a viable option to deal with our fiscal problem. […]

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The Other Bad Healthcare “Reform” Bill

Tuesday, September 15th, 2009

The Senate Finance Committee is finishing up work this week on a “compromise” Obamacare bill that’s being billed as better than pure Obamacare because it doesn’t include “death panels”, a public option, and free healthcare for illegal aliens. The chairman of the Senate Finance Committee said Monday that he will propose an overhaul of the […]

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Obama Makes Highways More Dangerous

Monday, September 14th, 2009

Barack Obama’s recent dictatorial decision to once again break his campaign promise on raising taxes byraising tariffs on Chinese made tires in order to payback political allies in organized labor is already having some consequences. First of all, Obama has probably ignited a new trade tensions that may cause a trade war between the US […]

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Obama Raises Taxes Without Vote of Congress

Saturday, September 12th, 2009

“I can make a firm pledge….no family making less than $250,000 will see any form of tax increase…..not any of your taxes”-Barack Obama, September 12, 2008 Once again, President Obama has lied to the country. After raising cigarette taxes earlier this year, Obama just ordered another tax increase. This time, he raised every American’s taxes […]

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Point: The Tea Parties Are Ultimately Bad For Liberty

Wednesday, July 8th, 2009

This post is the opening salvo of a feature we occasionally offer here at The Liberty Papers called “Point-Counterpoint”. In this feature, Kevin is arguing the Point that Tea Parties are ultimately damaging to the libertarian movement. Tomorrow, Brad will respond to this argument with his Counterpoint (response here). The so-called Tea Party movement has […]

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Some Thoughts About the Iranian Demonstrations

Monday, June 15th, 2009

Christopher Hitchens has a must read article about the Iranian “elections” that saw the “reelection” of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad as “President”. Iran and its citizens are considered by the Shiite theocracy to be the private property of the anointed mullahs. This totalitarian idea was originally based on a piece of religious quackery promulgated by the late […]

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Governments Collapsing In Tough Economy

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009

In the Wall Street Journal today, an article is published that details how cities are disincorporating as a result of the declining economy. Cities are dissolving themselves in order to escape city union contracts, among other things. As the recession batters city budgets around the U.S., some municipalities are considering the once-unthinkable option of dissolving […]

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The District of Corruption Owns Your Driveway

Wednesday, April 29th, 2009

In Washington, DC aka the District of Corruption, the friendly local meter maids are now issuing parking tickets, on your driveway. Beverly Anderson is mad as hell. She just started to get tickets for parking in her own driveway. That’s right. The District of Columbia is ticketing people who park their cars in their own […]

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Even David Duke Has The Right To Free Speech

Sunday, April 26th, 2009

Friday in the Czech Republic, Czech police detained a foreigner on suspicion of Thoughtcrime. The foreigner in question is former KKK leader David Duke who was arrested and later deported for the Thoughtcrime offense of denying the Holocaust. Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke was detained by police in the Czech Republic on Friday […]

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Where Did The Anti-War Movement Go?

Friday, April 24th, 2009

In the American Conservative, Antiwar.com editor Justin Raitmando (whom I often disagree with) has a piece detailing some more leftist hypocrisy concerning their Messiah and his plans to expand the Afghan War The antiwar rally at the University of Iowa was sparsely attended. The below 30 degree weather might have had something to do with […]

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There Is No Stopping Obama

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Nine days ago, there was a special election in upstate New York’s 20th Congressional District. This election was billed as the first test for the Obamessiah’s agenda of radically remaking the United States. Unfortunately, his backed candidate appears to have won. There are still about 600 absentee votes left to be counted and Republican Jim […]

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Obamessiah Pisses Away More of Your Money

Tuesday, April 21st, 2009

In news that shocks absolutely no one, the Obamessiah found yet another way to piss away some more American taxpayer dollars, this time on a “national service” bill. President Obama on Tuesday signed a bill authorizing a major expansion of funding to federal community-service programs, marking a rare example of Washington bipartisanship. The legislation reauthorizes […]

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