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Does Congress support Global ID cards?

Maybe. This week the House of Representatives passed HR 3398, the “Girls Count Act.” The purpose of this act is to protect the rights of girls in developing countries. This is certainly an admirable goal, after all who could object to protecting the rights of girls? Anyone who supports a non-interventionist, constitutional foreign policy that’s […]


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Knife Control Isn’t a Joke Anymore

By Harrison Dean Here’s a great article that discusses the recent attempts to push more knife control in the UK, and its relationship to our liberty here at home: Among second amendment advocates, it’s been frequently argued that any effort to control the sale and use of firearms, even if it sounds reasonable, will lead […]


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Campaign for Liberty joins coalition against wasteful spending in the NDAA

Campaign for Liberty has cosigned a coalition letter calling on Congress to reject President Obama’s request that this year’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) authorize spending $202.9 million dollars on the Long Range Anti-ship Missile (LRASM) program. The military Keynesians appear to have gained some ground in Congress, but that is not going to stop Campaign […]


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Audit the Fed Not Going Away

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement today from C4L President John Tate regarding Congressman Thomas Massie and Senator Rand Paul’s plans to reintroduce the Federal Reserve Transparency Act (“Audit the Fed”) in 2015. “Campaign for Liberty is working hard to force Harry Reid to hold a vote on Audit the Fed during the […]


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My Experience with Obamacare

Last December, I was shopping around for a new health insurance policy. Since healthcare.gov was still a non-functioning website (in fact I may have about 4 accounts with healthcare.gov, but who knows), I quickly found ehealthinsurance.com, which is a website where you can shop and browse for difference health plans (something that listening to the […]


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