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Ron Paul Headed to California!

Coming off his sold-out Syracuse event, C4L Chairman Ron Paul is headed to California on Wednesday, April 9th, where he’ll speak in the University Theater at California State University, East Bay starting at 4pm!  The event is cosponsored by The Smith Center for Private Enterprise Studies and The Independent Institute. While you can get in […]


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Might as well quit now

Via Wired UK: It’s already too late to stop the ubiquitous tracking and monitoring of the public through biometrics, says Peter Waggett, Programme Leader at IBM’s Emerging Technology Group. We need to stop worrying about prevention, and start working out how to make the most of data garnered from that kind of surveillance. “We’re fighting […]


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Reminder: Ron Paul at Syracuse University on March 26

C4L Chairman Ron Paul is coming to Syracuse University tomorrow night for an event sponsored by the Syracuse University College Republicans.  The event starts at 7:30 pm in Hendricks Chapel, and tickets are free for faculty, students, and staff.  Non-students can purchase tickets for only $5 by calling 315-443-4517.  If you’re in the area, I […]


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Yellen Roll Call

Below are the results of Monday night’s 56-26 vote to confirm Janet Yellen to be the next Federal Reserve Chair.  Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid still refuses to hold a vote on Audit the Fed, but Campaign for Liberty will continue educating and mobilizing Americans to advance this issue. Unfortunately, Senator Paul’s flight to D.C. […]


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Send a Message

With Janet Yellen’s nomination to be the next Federal Reserve Chair hitting the Senate floor soon, C4L members should contact their senators with the following clear message: The number listed above is for the Capitol Hill switchboard, and you can find your specific senators’ contact information (including online contact) here. With Reid having passed his […]


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