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Grover Norquist on Cutting Military Spending

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It’s time for conservatives to stop using the Left’s argument that government spending creates jobs, and get serious about cutting wasteful military spending. So says Americans for Tax Reform president Grover Norquist, in this video produced by my Cato colleagues Caleb Brown and Austin Bragg.

Remy: Working 9-to-5

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In his latest video for ReasonTV, Remy raps about how Obamacare discourages some Americans from working full-time, resulting in 2.5 million job losses by 2024, according to the Congressional Budget Office.

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Olbermann on Prop. 8

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Like Olbermann, I am saddened that Proposition 8 passed in California last week, and I have seen many reasons attributed to be the cause of its passage (large numbers of new black voters, the strong Mormon push, etc). I think it boils down to a tremendously large number of people who will vote for an undefined “change” in Washington, but not in other people’s bedrooms. Proposition 8 was about controlling people’s lives and limiting their freedoms by preventing them from a chance at true happiness. Whatever you believe in the nature vs.

The FED’s Role in the Crisis and Bailout

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A fairly good and simple explanation of what the Federal Reserve is and the part it played in the current economic crisis and bailout.

Ron Paul: We helped create Hamas

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Dr. Paul continues to try and educate his fellow Congressmen regarding Israel, Palestine, how Hamas came into being and why we should never have gotten involved in the first place.

Santorum

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Are Drone Strikes and Kill Lists The New Normal?

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Sen. Rand Paul Defends the Fourth Amendment

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Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) released a video today this morning in which he explains why the Founding Fathers included the Fourth Amendments and offers a passionate defense of the right to privacy.

“The Fourth Amendment was included in the Constitution precisely to prevent the issuing of general warrants, in which blanket authority is given to government to spy on citizens at will,” said Paul. “Individualized suspicion of citizens’ records is precisely the kind of overreach we fought a revolution over. The colonists did not appreciate a British government that would go door-to-door searching anyone and everyone with out probable cause or suspicion.”

“The lesson of the American Revolution was that this should never happen again, and yet the NSA’s data collection program is the modern equivalent of this practice,” he said. “The Constitution is not a negotiable piece of parchment to be ignored or abused at the President’s whim. Washington leaders are expected to obey and protect what they took an oath to uphold.”

“Today is the day we begin to fight back,” said Paul in reference to the protests against mass surveillance that are going on today.

Paul is urging concerned Americans to visit Defendthe4th.com, a website dedicated to his class-action lawsuit against the NSA.

Draw Muhammed Day

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This is a pretty good narrative, though of course simplified, of the controversy around depictions of the Prophet Mohammed.


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