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Where Do Your Candidates Stand?

Campaign for Liberty sent surveys to candidates running for Congress and State Legislator. Find your state below to learn where your candidates stand. Alabama 2014: Federal Candidates/Statewide Candidates 2012: Federal [...]

Liberty NewsWire: October 1, 2012

Bernanke sought to reassure investors that the timetable for keeping rates low "doesn't mean we expect the economy to be weak through 2015." Rather, he said the Fed expects to keep rates low well after the economy strengthens. - USA [...]

Liberty NewsWire: September 25, 2012

On Wednesday a government watchdog issued a report finding widespread failures with the government's "Fast and Furious" gun trafficking operation. On Thursday, the watchdog at the Justice Department, Inspector General Michael [...]

Liberty NewsWire: September 20, 2012

More and more people — especially young healthy people — will choose to pay the $695 fine instead of spending 10 times that on health insurance. As they do, the individual mandate will fail in its central purpose: forcing all [...]

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Thanks for your patience during the transition from CampaignForLiberty.com to CampaignForLiberty.org! Our transition’s final phase (in site appearance, hosting, etc…) has taken place, though we will continue to add new features to the final [...]

Liberty Newswire: September 26, 2012

Despite a quiet start on Tuesday, Wall Street had its biggest decline in three months after a Federal Reserve official said he doubted the central bank’s effort to bolster economic growth would work.  Charles I. Plosser, president of [...]

Liberty NewsWire: September 24, 2012

Three minutes after midnight Friday leading into Saturday morning, the Senate rejected by a vote of 81 to 10 a proposal offered by Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to hold aid to the governments of Egypt, Libya, and Pakistan pending the surrender to [...]

Liberty NewsWire: September 19, 2012

"There are contracts between the Department of Defense and companies that are developing facial recognition technology in order to put that technology on drones and they talk about identifying dissonance in crowds," she explained. [...]