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Soda: The Hard Way

It seems that in recent weeks, the news is full of items that appear to be great victories for lovers of freedom.  I previously discussed why Eric Holder’s letter to Rand Paul stating that the President does not have the … Continue reading

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Re: Drone Strikes

Victory!  Rand Paul has delivered us from evil and single-handedly persuaded Eric Holder to denounce his tyrannical ways, admitting that it would not be constitutional for the President to order a drone strike against “an American not engaged in combat … Continue reading

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The Mainstream Media Shrugs At Rand

  As I’m sure most of you are aware, on Wednesday night, Rand Paul delivered an epic 13-hour filibuster over the Obama administration’s horrifying drone policy.  The fact that the President claims the authority to kill whoever he wants, whenever … Continue reading

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Ann Coulter Makes A Good Point

I know I’m a little late with this, but Ann Coulter was on Stossel last week where she faced a hostile audience of libertarian students.  Stossel brought her on the show to “defend conservatives” and she certainly did her best. … Continue reading

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The Judge Offers the GOP Some Terrible Advice

Judge Napolitano went on Varney and Company this morning to address the upcoming amnesty compromise, and coherently made the case for the libertarian argument against immigration control.  He also encouraged the Republicans to hop on board the amnesty bandwagon in … Continue reading

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Mainstream Media: “Republicans Should Break Campaign Promises.”

Republicans wisely break with Grover Norquist – CNN.com This editorial in CNN is simply one example of a recent phenomenon that is really taking off lately.  The big-government progressive keynesians are smelling blood.  Moderate GOP congressmen are beginning to hint … Continue reading

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Questions for the GOP

How does it feel to completely betray the principles your party was founded on for the sake of “electability” only to then get absolutely crushed by an incumbent whose first term was a complete and unmitigated disaster? How did that … Continue reading

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