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Campaign for Liberty Strongly Opposes Internet Sales Tax Bill

 
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Campaign for Liberty Strongly Opposes Internet Sales Tax Bill

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia - Today, Campaign for Liberty again came out strongly against the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” which the Senate is considering attaching to the “Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act,” despite wide opposition from the American people: “Proponents of the ‘Marketplace Fairness Act’ want us to believe this legislation is all about ‘fairness,’” said Campaign for […]


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Forty-nine states tracking your prescriptions in databases

Forty-nine states are tracking all of your prescriptions in state-run databases and politicians and law enforcement hope to make Missouri the 50th state. Lawmakers say this is necessary to combat prescription pain-killer abuse, but this is a nothing more than an invasion of privacy. Who wants the government to know what medicine you take? From […]


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Ron Paul Launches Voices of Liberty

Today Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron announced he was expanding on The Ron Paul Channel and launching Voices of Liberty. From the announcement: As Voices of Liberty, we further amplify the messages of the freedom movement through engaging videos and insightful news coverage. There are some major changes coming that will allow you to become […]


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USDA wants talking shopping carts to get consumers to eat healthy

The USDA is looking at how talking shopping carts could help Americans eat healthier. Seriously. From the Free Beacon: The “MyCart grocery cart” would provide dividers for shoppers to make sure they are selecting enough items in each “MyPlate” category, the USDA’s food icon. “MyCart is a nonfinancial approach that would use behavioral economics to […]


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Snowden: NSA sharing your nude photos

In a wide-ranging interview in The Guardian, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden says that the NSA routinely passes around nude photographs that they intercept from innocent Americans: Snowden: During the course of their work, (NSA employees) stumble across something that is completely unrelated to their work in any sort of necessary sense, for example, an intimate nude […]


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