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Internet Sales Tax Petition turned in!

 
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Internet Sales Tax Petition turned in!

I feel privileged to have presented YOUR petition to several Texas Congressmen who think you don’t pay enough in taxes! With your help we got over 3400 signatures on our “no internet sales tax” petition! I personally delivered thousands of petitions to bill co sponsor Ted Poe’s office in Houston today. We still need your help, big […]


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Sign the petition to stop the Internet Sales Tax bill!

If you have been keeping up with Campaign For Liberty issues you know how bad the so called “market place fairness act” bill is and why we need to stop it! It imposes unnecessary burdens on small businesses, creates a massive new tax increase on anyone that buys anything online and is taxation without representation. […]


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14 Texas “Republican” Congressmen vote for more NSA spying

Unfortunately, Texas had fourteen of our Republican U.S. Representatives join forces with Sheila Jackson Lee, Nancy Pelosi and Debbie Wasserman Schultz to vote against an amendment by Representative Justin Amash that would have prohibited the NSA from continuing their spying on millions of innocent Americans. By voting to keep funding the NSA program these big government Republicans endorsed […]


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Harris County D.A. Mike Anderson Wants Your Blood!

Harris County D.A. Mike Anderson Wants Your Blood!

             MUST HAVE BLOOD! Newly elected Harris County District Attorney Mike Anderson recently announced his plan to make “no refusal” weekends a year round policy. This means that any driver that refuses a breathalyzer test regardless of the reason will be forced by a police officer and a judge to have their blood seized and […]


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Sign the Texas Red Light Camera Petition

Texas, one of the freest states in the nation, has suffered too long under the guise of big government money grabbing ticket cameras. I urge you to sign our petition HERE to tell the entire Texas legislature it is time for the cameras to go!


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