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C4L Applauds House Action On IRS Targeting of Conservative Groups

 
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C4L Applauds House Action On IRS Targeting of Conservative Groups

Today Campaign for Liberty applauded the House of Representatives for calling on Attorney General Eric Holder to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate and prosecute the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups. “The IRS’s political targeting of conservative groups is inexcusable and is just the latest example of why a growing number of Americans have no […]


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Audit the Fed Surpasses 218 Cosponsors

Today, Campaign for Liberty announced that H.R. 24, Ron Paul’s “Audit the Fed” bill, which was reintroduced this Congress by Rep. Paul Broun (R-GA), is now cosponsored by a bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives for the third Congress in a row.  Audit the Fed calls for a full audit of the Federal Reserve. “I […]


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Yellen: Print More

Speaking today in front of the Joint Economic Committee of Congress, Janet Yellen called for continued action from the Fed to prop up the struggling US economy. From Bloomberg News: “A high degree of monetary accommodation remains warranted,” Yellen said today in testimony prepared for delivery to the Joint Economic Committee of Congress. “Many Americans who want […]


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More businesses being destroyed than created

According to  a new study from the Brookings Institution, between 2009-2011, for the first time since 1978, more businesses were being destroyed than were created. From The Washington Post: The American economy is less entrepreneurial now than at any point in the last three decades. That’s the conclusion of a new study out from the Brookings […]


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Fairfax County seeks to ban large gatherings at private homes

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors will soon consider a proposal that would ban large gatherings in private homes in Virginia’s largest county. From Watchdog: A plan to ban “frequent and large gatherings at neighborhood homes” is a lawsuit waiting to happen, a Fairfax County supervisor predicts. Officials will get an idea Wednesday when public-comment hearings […]


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