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Final Cloture on the Internet Tax Mandate

 
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Final Cloture on the Internet Tax Mandate

Earlier today, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid rushed through the final cloture vote on the National Internet Tax Mandate. Cloture requires 60 votes to pass, and today’s barely succeeded – with only 63 senators.  Previous cloture votes in this fight have received the support of around 75 senators. The roll call is available below, and […]


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Winning (UPDATED)

The slogan that made the rounds as a pop culture reference firmly applies to our liberty movement, as indicated by the success of Senator Rand Paul’s currently 12-hour filibuster against the nomination of John Brennan to be the next CIA director. Senator Paul is filibustering to protest the administration’s lack of a straight answer to […]


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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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