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“When they came for the Raw Milk drinkers…”

C4L Chairman Ron Paul’s latest “Texas Straight Talk” focuses on an ever-increasing threat: While I oppose most gun control proposals, there is one group of Americans I do believe should be disarmed: federal agents. The use of force by federal agents to enforce unjust and unconstitutional laws is one of the major, albeit overlooked, threats […]


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“The Drone Threat”

C4L Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk column focuses on the President’s dangerous drone program and the possibility of armed drones being used on U.S. soil: Last week, Senators threatened to put a “hold” on the nomination of John Brennan to be CIA director over his refusal to answer questions about the use of […]


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Stop the Internet Tax Mandate

C4L President John Tate has a new op-ed in The Daily Caller today asking liberty-minded Americans to join Campaign for Liberty in fighting the new Internet Tax Mandate proposal currently in Congress.  S. 336 and H.R. 684 would turn online retailers into tax collectors for the state and could have a devastating, stifling impact on […]


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Rand Paul to Put Hold on Brennan Nomination

On Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul announced he is planning to put a “hold” on John Brennan’s nomination to be the next Director of the CIA.  As liberty-minded Americans have raised concerns over Mr. Brennan’s history of supporting executive power grabs like targeted drone strikes, Senator Paul has sought answers to key questions that must be […]


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“Beware The Consequences of Pre-Emptive War”

  Dr. Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk: Last year more US troops died by suicide than died in combat in Afghanistan. More than 20 percent of military personnel deployed to combat will develop post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Some 32 percent of US soldiers reported depression after deployments. More than 20 percent of active-duty military are […]


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