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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – March 1, 2018 Contact: John Tate Phone: 703-291-3450 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Warrenton, VA –Today, John Tate, president of America’s Liberty PAC announced the group’s enthusiastic endorsement of Mike Gibbons, Republican candidate for the United States Senate from Ohio. Through significant investment, ALPAC intends to rally the conservative and liberty-minded grassroots voters in Ohio and fund a state-of-the-art independent expenditure effort in support of Gibbons. “Mike Gibbons is a true believer in liberty
(Photo by Gage Skidmore) — Michael Clayton — As Congress pivots back towards health care reform and ObamaCare “repeal,” Americans should once again be wary of any plans introduced by Republicans that DO NOT actually repeal ObamaCare. Take for example the Graham-Cassidy bill being pushed by Senators Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA). While the sponsors and supporters of this legislation are touting it as Republicans last chance to keep their campaign
(CBP Photo by Glenn Fawcett) — Michael Clayton — In an unexpected move Tuesday, the U.S. House voted to rein in Attorney General Jeff Sessions expansion of the unconstitutional law enforcement practice known as civil asset forfeiture. Earlier this year, Sessions expanded the Federal Equitable Sharing program which allows state and local law enforcement to skirt state and local laws regarding civil asset forfeiture, as long as they return a portion to the
— Michael Clayton — Yesterday, the U.S. Senate voted 61-36 to kill Senator Rand Paul’s amendment that would have forced Congress to openly debate and authorize wars we are waging in seven different countries. The only Republicans to vote with Senator Paul were Senators Mike Lee of Utah and Dean Heller of Nevada. Senator Paul’s amendment to the 2017 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) would have finally put an end to the 2001
— John McCardell — While the country was focused on the devastating hurricanes late last week, another major storm was brewing with our economy but received little fanfare. For the first time in history, our national debt reached the $20 trillion mark after President Trump signed the legislation suspending the debt limit until December 8. In one fell swoop, the debt increased $317,645,000,000 (that’s over 317 billion for those not wanting to count