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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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Workers of the USA Unite and End the Fed

October’s drop in the official” unemployment rate may seem to be a cause for celebration. It is certainly being treated that way by the administration and their echo chamber in the mainstream media. However, there are a number of facts that should temper this celebration. First, as readers of this blog know, the official unemployment rate […]


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“Patriot” Act Sunsets in 2015

On June 1, 2015, two controversial provisions of the so-called “Patriot” Act, Secs. 206 & 215 will expire without Congressional action. An additional provision from the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (IRTPA), Sec. 6001, is set to expire as well. In the aftermath of yesterday’s cloture vote on the USA FREEDOM Act, which would have […]


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Patriot Act Extension Blocked

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty issued the following statement from C4L President John Tate after the Senate failed to advance the “USA Freedom Act” which would have extended key provisions of the Patriot Act until 2017. “I am pleased the Senate did not move forward with extending the Patriot Act this evening,” said John […]


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