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Do “Something” – If It’s the Right Something

 
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Do “Something” – If It’s the Right Something

Congress is back, but not for long, according to The Washington Post: Fewer than 200 days remain until Nov. 4, when Republicans are expected to expand their majority in the House. Democrats are fighting to maintain their narrow majority in the Senate. Congress will convene for about 60 days in the next six months as […]


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Mark Your Calendars!

Campaign for Liberty is proud to announce that the 2014 Liberty Political Action Conference will be held this September 18-20 at the Hilton Mark Center in Alexandria, Virginia! LPAC 2013 was the largest LPAC to date, and we’re looking forward to an even bigger and better event this year. It’s already marked on C4L Chairman […]


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One Step Closer to Victory in Colorado

Congratulations to Colorado Campaign for Liberty on SB 181, a bill to repeal and remove red light cameras in Colorado, passing the State Senate by a 21-14 vote!  It’s now up to the House to act. This is just another example of how Campaign for Liberty members are making a difference all across the country […]


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Up to Us

The below video featuring Ben Bernanke at the National Press Club on February 3, 2011, isn’t notable so much for its content (which is full of the usual distortions and talking points) but for its existence. After all, the Fed Chairman is one of the most influential, powerful figures on the political/economic scene, yet he […]


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Then Act Decently

Retiring Congressman Jim Moran (D-VA-8) has been in the news recently for suggesting that members of Congress, who receive $174,000 a year, aren’t paid enough, going as far as to introduce a doomed amendment in committee to address the problem he sees.  (This causes one to wonder, what exactly is adequate yearly compensation for wrecking […]


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