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Protect Internet Freedom!

High-paid lobbyist Chris Dodd and other statists think Internet Freedom is dangerous, when the real threat lies in their plans to cede ever more control over our liberties online to Big Brother. You can remind Congress that freedom has fueled the Technological Revolution from the beginning, and it is freedom that will guarantee future innovation […]


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Audit the Fed Reaches Cosponsor Record in the Senate

Thanks to your support and action, S. 202, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, has reached a new cosponsor milestone in the Senate – 34!  That's the highest amount of support this bill has ever received in that chamber. We're excited about this latest development, and we believe it won't be the last good news as […]


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Turn Up the Pressure!

After our overwhelming victory for Audit the Fed in the U.S. House, the stage is set for a showdown in the Senate, and we need all hands on deck to win on this critical issue.  We've simply come too far to let up now. If you haven't yet done so, please sign our Action Fax […]


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LPAC 2012 Ron Paul reception photos

As we prepare to wrap the 2012 Liberty Political Action Conference, we’re excited for what our movement will accomplish in the future! For those who attended last night’s Private Reception with Ron Paul at the Conference, your photos can be seen here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/33955236@N04/sets/72157631542408481/


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Remarks on the Constitution, U.S. Congressman Ron Paul, September 23, 2004

As we celebrate Constitution Day, a member suggested we should post Congressman Paul's thought-provoking 2004 speech on the Constitution and the challenges we face in limiting the federal government to its written boundaries.  Enjoy! On the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives   The U.S. Constitution is the most unique and best contract ever […]


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