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Vermont’s Gov Vetoed Bill That Would Have Legalized Recreational Marijuana

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Until now, the path to recreational marijuana legislation has avoided the legislative process. The eight states that have legalized marijuana have done so through ballot measures passed directly by the voters, circumventing entrenched politicians. An example of why ballot propositions are superior was just provided by Vermont’s Republican Governor. The…

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Rand Paul Will Force A Senate Vote On Trump’s Arms Deal With Saudi Arabia

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President Trump recently completed the first leg of his first international trip. The crowning achievement was the signing of a $110 billion arms deal with Saudi Arabia. Unfortunately, the Kingdom is currently involved in the Yememi civil war and the Saudis have been accused of committing war crimes. Therefore, if the…

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Rand Paul Introduces Resolution To Withdraw The U.S. From Paris Climate Accord

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Climate change is occurring and politicians of all stripes agree on that. The disagreement is over how drastic global warming will be and whether government should be involved in attempting to mitigate the phenomenon. Furthermore, there’s also the question of whether these government initiatives even can have any effect. The Paris…

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There’s Nothing Wrong With Encouraging Foreign Investment In American Infrastructure

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Providing for basic infrastructure has become a primary responsibility of government over the centuries. Normally this means increasing taxes and spending vast sums of money on government-run projects that consistently go over budget and are never completed on time. Thus, it is always preferable that these projects are privately funded…

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Net Neutrality Is Corporate Welfare And It Should Be Ended

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Net neutrality is one of the best examples of successful political sloganeering. The policy dictates that internet service providers must treat all internet traffic equally and cannot discriminate against sites or charge higher prices for certain types of traffic. It sounds like something that everyone should support but like most government…

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Unlike Candidate Trump, President Trump Won’t Say Radical Islamic Terrorism

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Add this to the laundry list of 180’s that Donald Trump has made after taking office. Throughout his entire campaign for President, Trump repeated the words “radical Islamic terrorism”. He mentioned it in the Republican debates, during his campaign rallies, and most notably, during the Presidential debates with Hillary Clinton.…

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Here’s The Video That Got Chelsea Manning Sentenced To 35 Years In Prison

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Wikileaks was founded in 2006 by Julian Assange but it was Chelsea Manning that brought the little known site into the spotlight. Through her position as an Army Intelligence officer, she had access to an incredible amount of classified reports, diplomatic cables, and even the videos you see above. Manning…

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Here’s What Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson Has To Say About Running For President

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Donald Trump became the first reality TV star to be elected President and the rest of the entertainment industry has taken notice. One of the biggest names being thrown around as a potential Presidential candidate is Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. As a brief aside during a GQ interview, the movie star…

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Rand Paul’s Bill To Require Congress Approve Regulations Passes Committee

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Amidst the scandal and gridlock there are a handful of politicians in Washington D.C. who are actually trying to get things done. Rand Paul is one of them, and a major piece of legislation he drafted has just passed a crucial committee in the Senate. The REINS Act would require…

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Justin Amash Becomes First Republican To Say Impeachment May Be Justified

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Never before has the possibility of impeaching the President been brought up so early on during their term. In fact, Democrats were even talking about impeaching President Trump before he had even been inaugurated. Until recently, the cause was purely driven by partisan hatred and there were no real merits…

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