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"America" The Movie: Trailer

 

Celebrate Independence Day By Opposing Government Tyranny

ronpaulflagThis week Americans will enjoy Independence Day with family cookouts and fireworks. Flags will be displayed in abundance. Sadly, however, what should be a celebration of the courage of those who risked so much to oppose tyranny will instead be turned into a celebration of government, not liberty. The mainstream media and opportunistic politicians have turned Independence Day into the opposite of what was intended. 

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America's Birthday

sowellBirthdays are supposed to be times for celebration and gift-giving. But America's upcoming birthday on the Fourth of July is a time when the gift most needed is an urgent warning about the dangers of losing the things that have made this country America — and have long made "America" a ringing word of freedom, not only in this country but to people around the world.

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"Crapitalism!" End the Export-Import Bank

stosselThere's capitalism, and then there's "crapitalism" — crony capitalism.

Capitalism is great because it lets entrepreneurs raise money so they can scale up and get their products and services to more people. If there is free competition, innovators with the best ideas raise the most money, and the best and cheapest products spread far and wide.

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What difference does it make what the meaning of "Dead Broke" is...

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On the IRS, let the Special Prosecuting Begin

Something about the continuing brouhaha over the Internal Revenue Service's missing emails sounds familiar ... what could it be?

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On Government As “The Things We Decide to Do Together,” Part 439

The segment of the center-left who swoon over Elizabeth Warren are fond of quoting Barney Frank’s statement that “government is the name for the things we decide to do together.” Now, the idea that government is the embodiment of things “we” decide to do presupposes some non-trivial correlation between public

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