Monthly Archives: October 2009

If you trust them now you’ll pay for it later

Do you believe the cost report of the healthcare bill?

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Give them leverage

Congress must strengthen, not weaken, civil liberties protections.

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Why Can Foreigners Do What You Can’t?

A host of oil producing countries are planning to abandon the use of the dollar. You should have the same option for your own transactions. 

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Asking the Right Questions

Quote of the Day: “Quality questions create a quality life. Successful people ask better questions, and as a result, they get better answers.” — Anthony Robbins

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What are the right questions to ask about the Read the Bills Act? Also included… our regular report on the number of pages of bills, mostly unread yet passed by the House and Senate. 

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You should accuse Congress of fraud

We’re all exhausted by the healthcare debate, but our exhaustion is dangerous. Congress may exploit our fatigue to pass a bill that will change your life forever!

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Don’t read this if you don’t care about the Constitution

What does the Constitution say about the War on Drugs?

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Whose Body Is It?

Should you or the government tell you what you can do with your own body?

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Here’s What We Want to Tell the Media

Your work has made “reading the bills” a national issue. You accomplished this with zero help from the media. So, here’s what we want to send to the national media early next week . . .

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Whatever happened to “presumed innocent?”

It doesn’t apply if the government wants your property.

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