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Actor Vince Vaughn calls Edward Snowden "a hero," the drug war "f*cking ridiculous," and denounces gun free school zones
True Detective star calls Edward Snowden "a hero," the drug war "fucking ridiculous," and denounces gun free school zones.
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+Crispin Evenich​ Add Keanu Reeves, Jon Voigt and Clint Eastwood. Less government more freedom Crispin!!
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The complexity stems from the fact that the GOP Senate will have to use the reconciliation process, which short circuits the Senate’s effective requirement that bills pass with 60 votes, and allows for passage with a simple majority.
Since the Affordable Care Act passed in 2010, House Republicans have taken dozens of votes to repeal the federal health law. For the most part, these
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Is the expiration of Patriot Act provisions"just politics and posturing"? No, it's a sign the country is moving in the right direction.
Is the expiration of Patriot Act provisions"just politics and posturing"? No, it's a sign the country is moving in the right direction.
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The High Court prepares to rule on Obamacare, gay marriage, death penalty drugs, and more.
The High Court prepares to rule on Obamacare, gay marriage, death penalty drugs, and more.
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I wish folks would pay really close attention to what goes on with SCOTUS.!
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The only way for the state to truly respect our liberty would be to dismantle itself.
The only way for the state to truly respect our liberty would be to dismantle itself.
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+Theodore Minick We've discussed this at length before. You know well my position.
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Trouble for a would-be Great Left Hope
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Some senators, tellingly, see listening to Americans’ surveillance concerns as a bad thing.
Some senators, tellingly, see listening to Americans’ surveillance concerns as a bad thing.
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+Erik Buchanan
That is besides the point.
Among other things, timing is critical.

Americans have been demanding that the NSA and that whole thing be shut down for quite a while. Those demands should have and could have been met well before this circus act decided to pull it on to their stage.

What Rand and the GOP are doing is nothing better than a ploy to boots brand image so that it might be in a better position to take the White House.

Even the where the Media portraying Rand as some sort of maverick who is defying the GOP, is an act used to bolster  / catapult the latest GOP prostitute - Rand has the same oligarchical pimps as does the rest of the GOP.

The only reason he is making a show of it, is because the GOP sees it as an opportunity, and they are allowed to do it because it won't interfere with what Wall Street (et. al.) wants.
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Federal conviction overturned in Elonis v. United States
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And the child molester,  DUI kid get off free in Texas!
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In response to mounting reports of abuses, Michigan legislators consider asset forfeiture reform.
In response to mounting reports of abuses, Michigan legislators consider forfeiture reform.
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+Gordon Runkle not in Michigan. The police and city unions will put an end to any kind of meaningful reform. Remember, nobody gave a schnitzel when they were doing this to blue collar black families in Detroit for over 30+ years. 
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Wave goodbye to Section 215
Section 215 is set to expire tonight. (Update: Wave goodbye to Section 215)
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PATRIOT Act Renewal: Republicans Suddenly Think Big Government Is No Problemo
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+Robby Soave writes: ...this sorry episode should serve as yet another unfortunate reminder that nearly all politicians who claim to take the side of the American people against unchecked federal power will eventually break our hearts.
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Any day now, the FDA is expected to issue a rule that will effectively ban the use of manmade, trans-fat-containing partially hydrogenated oils in all foods. That's a bad idea.
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Insuring the rights of individual citizens and businesses alike is
"obeying" how?

Do you deny documented history of businesses continued operations with
fraud? Again, the Free Market is made up of humans and us no less
susceptible to tyranny than government.

Just as Liberal Moonbats believe in the state, you hold similar beliefs in
the Free Markets power and authority.
Abuse of power in the Free Market exists and you want citizens to entrust
it will police itself? So much so. That you agree to slowly poison
consumers?
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WATCH: Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht gets life in prison: Reporting from outside the courthouse, Kurt Loder caught up with Ross' mother, Lyn, and filmmaker Alex Winter.
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+Brian Mankin Your/my personal experience does not constitute as proof. Try again.
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