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“Ron Paul’s Legacy”

On Wednesday, C4L Communications Director Megan Stiles appeared on HuffPost Live with Reason’s Brian Doherty and Federalist Society member Stephen Sanders to discuss the “Ron Paul Legacy.” With Dr. Paul serving as Chairman of Campaign for Liberty and also free to devote more time to writing and speaking, our staff is grateful for his unmatched […]


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Ron Paul Begins 2013 College Tour at Washington and Lee

Via Washington and Lee University’s website: Former 12-term U.S. Congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul will deliver the first speech of his 2013 College Tour on Tuesday, Jan. 15, at 7 p.m. in Lee Chapel at Washington and Lee University. The event is free and open to the public, but tickets are required and […]


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“Fiscal Cliff” Vote Shows How Washington Really Works

The new “Texas Straight Talk” from our Chairman, Dr. Ron Paul: January 7, 2013 Last week the Senate and House demonstrated again why their approval ratings are so low. The 154 page “fiscal cliff” bill was made available to Senators just three minutes before the vote was taken on the legislation. No one can read […]


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Welcome aboard, Norm and Megan!

Our latest press release announces the hiring of two new staffers, Norman Singleton and Megan Stiles.  Norm previously served as Congressman Ron Paul’s Legislative Director (and was his longest-serving Washington office staffer), and Megan was the Communications Director for the Republican Party of Iowa for the 2012 general election.  She also worked on the Ron Paul […]


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Stop the Statists’ Deal!

The latest email from C4L President John Tate focuses on the statists’ deal concerning the so-called “fiscal cliff”: The statists’ sweetheart “deal” they rammed through the U.S. Senate at 2 a.m. this morning – while they thought absolutely no one was looking – is set to be voted on in the U.S. House at any […]


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