Monday, November 29, 2010

Congressman Paul's Texas Straight Talk

Don’t Raise the Debt Ceiling!

As of November 7th, the total U.S. public debt outstanding reached an astonishing $13.7 trillion. This means that although Congress just raised the debt ceiling to $14.3 trillion back in February, the new Congress will face another debt ceiling vote almost immediately next year.  Otherwise, the Treasury will not be able to continue issuing debt to fund government operations. 

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Thursday, November 18, 2010

Enough is enough! Congressman Paul introduces legislation to stop TSA abuse

Washington D.C. - Congressman Ron Paul last night introduced legislation designed to stop abusive TSA practices that treat American air travelers like criminal suspects.  "Enough is enough" Congressman Paul declared in a speech before the House of Representatives earlier tonight.  "We are supposed to sacrifice our liberty... I say that is wrong!" Paul stated.
HR 6416, the "American Traveler Dignity Act," will subject TSA personnel to the same laws ordinary Americans must obey. It establishes that airport security screeners are not immune from any US law regarding physical contact with another person, making images of another person, or causing physical harm through the use of radiation-emitting machinery on another person. It means they are subject to the same laws as the rest of us.
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Thursday, November 11, 2010

The End of America?

The beginning of a U.S. currency crisis and hyperinflation. Become a member of NIA for free at

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Reject the Welfare/Warfare State

Congressman Paul's Texas Straight Talk

“Last week’s midterm elections have been characterized as a victory for grassroots Americans who are fed up with Washington and the political status quo. In particular, the elections are being touted as a clear indicator that voters demand reductions in federal spending, deficits, and debt.

If the new Congress hopes to live up to the expectations of Tea Party voters, however, it faces some daunting choices. For all the talk about pork and waste, the truth is that Congress cannot fix the budget and get our national debt under control by trimming fat and eliminating earmarks for ‘Bridges to Nowhere’….”

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