Published Tuesday, February 15, 2011
If you listened to the Jon Justice show today, you heard Andrew Langer talking about Arizona bill HB 2310.  Want to send an e-mail? Click here... more»
Published Friday, January 28, 2011

Today, IFL Relaunched the Liberty Line podcast with an interview with Examiner Columnist and Red Maryland Blogger Mark Newgent.  Andrew and Mark talked about Maryland Politics, especially the budget process, the 2012 Presidential campaigns, renewable energy policy nationwide, and this year's Super Bowl!

The Podcast can be found here:

 

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Published Friday, January 28, 2011

Today, IFL Relaunched the Liberty Line podcast with an interview with Examiner Columnist and Red Maryland Blogger Mark Newgent.  Andrew and Mark talked about Maryland Politics, especially the budget process, the 2012 Presidential campaigns, renewable energy policy nationwide, and this year's Super Bowl!

Click HERE to check it out!  We hope you enjoy it!

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Published Saturday, January 8, 2011
Published Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Our friends at the Environmental Protection Agency are celebrating an auspicious occasion today - their agency's own birthday!  In honor of this momentous event, of 40 years of massive growth in regulatory costs, of a bureaucracy that is byzantine, full of confusing and conflicting regulatory regimes, we offer the following:

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Published Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Today, IFL held a press conference on Capitol Hill, announcing the delivery of 5,000 grassroots letters to Congress, asking for opposition to HR 5781, the NASA Authorization Bill.  IFL also announced the formation of NoSpacePork.com, a new coalition project it is forming!  More info can be found HERE! more»
Published Monday, September 13, 2010
The Dead Tree Edition blog has done extensive work* on the issue of pulp and paper companies operating in America sticking their hands out for a heaping helping of taxpayer funds in the form of “black liquor” tax credits. The companies have reaped billions directly out of the U.S. Treasury ostensibly for environmental care when in reality they are more»
Published Wednesday, September 1, 2010
Copper pennies don’t have much value anymore — parking meters and vending machines don’t accept them and polls show that a majority of Americans prefer not to take them as change. Read more here..
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