Paul Jacob

Paul Jacob (born 1960) is an activist, organizer, and advocate for legislative term limits, initiative & veto referendum rights, and limited government in the United States. He writes a weekly column for Townhall.com and his short radio commentary feature, "Common Sense," is syndicated by the Citizens In Charge Foundation on over 120 radio stations around the U.S. He has held positions with the Libertarian Party (United States), U.S. Term Limits, Americans for Limited Government, the Citizens In Charge Foundation and the Sam Adams Alliance.

Read more about Paul Jacob:  Political Philosophy, Draft Resistance, Support For Legislative Term Limits, Rise in The Libertarian Party, Citizens in Charge & Citizens in Charge Foundation, The Sam Adams Alliance

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