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Posts tagged as “Atlanta Journal-Constitution”

Bob Barr: Edwards Prosecution Reflects Gross Overreaching By Feds

From an article posted on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution blog, June 8, 2011, by Bob Barr:

The definition of “overreaching” in the next edition of the Merriam-Webster Dictionary could be a single sentence — “Over•reaching: see June 3, 2011 indictment of former presidential candidate and United States Senator John Edwards for alleged campaign finance violations.”… Read more ...

Bob Barr: Yes! ObamaCare is unconstitutional

Bob Barr in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, February 2:

On Monday, U.S. District Court Judge Roger Vinson issued a 78-page ruling finding the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act – more commonly known as “ObamaCare” – to be unconstitutional. His ruling goes beyond even that issued in December by Judge Henry Hudson in another suit challenging the law, brought by Virginia’s attorney general.… Read more ...

Bob Barr: Census workers can enter your apartment in your absence

2008 Libertarian Party Presidential candidate (and 2010 national convention keynote speaker) Bob Barr writes in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution:

Thousands of census workers, including many temporary employees, are fanning out across America to gather information on the citizenry. This is a process that takes place not only every decade in order to complete the constitutionally-mandated census; but also as part of the continuing “American Community Survey” conducted by the Census Bureau on a regular basis year in and year out.… Read more ...