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Tag: House of Representatives

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Government Overreach Increases Regardless of Party

Though compromise appears beneficial on the surface, it usually results in government overreach on behalf of both parties.

Government Shutdowns and Debt Ceilings

How I learned to love parliamentary democracy.

Everyone Should Vote

Although counterintuitive, it is a popular opinion among many libertarians and anarchists that one should not vote in political elections.

Andy Sanborn

Raul Paul-endorsed Andy Sanborn Loses GOP Primary

In a tight New Hampshire primary, the liberty-minded Republican has fallen in a close race to establishment candidate Eddie Edwards.

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The Democratic Party Doesn’t Care about America’s Youth

The Democratic Party claims to care about America's youth, but their policies prove that they would only make things a lot worse.

Career Politicians Without Term Limits are a Thing of the Past

American politicians currently serve without term limits, but there is some movement for change in Congress.

A New Hope for Congress – Jason Hope for House of Reps

An interview with Jason Hope, Texan candidate for House of Representatives

New Mexican Libertarian Lloyd Princeton Runs For US Congress

By Spencer Kellogg | New Mexico Lloyd Princeton is the founder of Design Management Company, a national recruiting firm. He has recently announced his candidacy for the 1st Congressional District of New Mexico as a Libertarian. 71 Republic's Spencer Kellogg sat down with Mr. Princeton to discuss his thoughts on the 2018 Congressional Race. Why ...

Dear Congress, Do Your Job

Congress has stopped working for their constituents, the American people.

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