January 30, 2015



Winklevoss Twins: Bitcoin Will Explode Beyond $1 Trillion

January 27, 2015
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There’s a trillion reasons why the Winklevoss twins are in love with Bitcoin. The brothers, known for their legal battle with Facebook (FB, Tech30) founder Mark Zuckerberg, believe the controversial cryptocurrency is the payments network of the future. That’s despite Bitcoin’s 60% plunge in 2014. They predict Bitcoin’s market capitalization could easily skyrocket to at […]

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17-Year-Old Girl Shot Dead By Three Cops At Police Station

January 27, 2015
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by Judd Legum On Thursday, 17-year-old Kristiana Coignard was shot dead by three police officers in the lobby of the Longview Police Department. Coignard arrived at the station around 6:30 p.m. and asked to talk to an officer. Police say the girl was “brandishing a weapon” before she was shot four times. The three officers, […]

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Ohio County File Lawsuit Against Obama Administration Over Obamacare Taxes

January 27, 2015
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(LEBANON, Ohio)—Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine, Warren County Commissioner President David Young, and Warren County Prosecutor David P. Fornshell today announced that Ohio will be leading a lawsuit challenging an unconstitutional decision by the Obama Administration to directly levy an Obamacare tax against state and local governments. “This tax assessment by the Obama Administration is […]

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Cops Are Still Robbers, Despite Holder’s Forfeiture Reform

January 27, 2015
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By Jacob Sullum Contrary to what you may have read recently, Attorney General Eric Holder did not put an end to civil forfeiture, a form of legalized theft in which the government takes property allegedly linked to crime without even charging the owner, let alone convicting him. Nor did Holder stop civil forfeiture by the […]

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Justin Amash A Founding Member Of The Freedom Caucus

January 27, 2015
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About 30 House Republicans will meet Monday evening to establish the bylaws of a new caucus animated by two principles: First, rank-and-file Republicans must pressure leadership to enact a more conservative agenda. And second, this pressure should never involve frantic scurrying on the House floor. The House Freedom Caucus, an invitation-only group, will work in […]

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Texas Is Solely Responsible For +1.2M Net US Job Increase Since 2007

January 27, 2015
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The Texas Workforce Commission released state employment data today for the month of December, and job growth in the Lone Star State continues to lead, and in fact carry the nation’s improving labor market as the chart above shows. Here are some highlights of the December employment report for Texas: 1. Texas ended the year […]

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Rand Paul Clashes With Marco Rubio And Ted Cruz On Foreign Policy

January 27, 2015
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[…] On the recent decision to ease trade and diplomatic relations with Cruz and Rubio also took a hard line. Cruz, whose father left Cuba in the 1950’s, warned that “This deal will keep the Castros in power, and it makes it less likely that when Fidel and Raul die, they will move to a […]

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Sheriff Tells Citizens to Defy NY SAFE Act’s Pistol Permit Renewal Rule at Oath Keepers Meeting

January 27, 2015
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By Barry Donegan At a January 17 meeting of the Oath Keepers, Fulton County Sheriff Thomas J. Lorey told attendees to defy the state’s new pistol permit recertification rule in an effort to gum up the law’s enforcement by causing an overwhelming number of permit expirations on the same day. At a January 17 meeting […]

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Ron Paul Interview Refutes Washington Post’s “Secessionist” Claim

January 27, 2015
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By Kit Daniels Ron Paul revealed secession doesn’t really interest him in an interview with Infowars, which contradicts a Washington Post article characterizing him as a secessionist. The Washington Post tried to paint the former congressman as a secessionist for speaking at a Jan. 24 Mises Institute conference in Houston, Texas, which revolved around the […]

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Why Government Money Can’t Fix Poverty

January 26, 2015
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The recent history of Camden, New Jersey, which is the poorest small city in America, provides a case study of the tragic ineffectiveness of government programs at ameliorating poverty. State and federal taxpayers have spent hundreds of millions of dollars on various redevelopment programs in Camden over the years, but the money never ended up […]

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