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Ron Paul to Speak at Syracuse

The Champion of the Constitution will speak at Syracuse University on Wednesday, March 26, and non-students can purchase tickets for only $5! Faculty, students, and staff can hear C4L Chairman Ron Paul for free, and the event will begin at 7:30pm in Hendricks Chapel. You can purchase tickets here. Dr. Paul’s college visits are exciting and […]


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Union that Backed Obama: Obamacare will slash wages by up to $5 an hour

Unite Here, a union that represents around 300,000 hospitality workers and one of the first unions to back President Obama’s candidacy for president in 2007, issued a staunch rebuke of the healthcare law, saying it will slash wages by as much as $5 an hour. The report, titled The Irony of Obamacare: Making Inequality Worse, […]


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Campaign for Liberty Applauds House Passage of “Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act of 2014”

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty President John Tate released the following statement applauding the U.S. House of Representatives for passing H.R. 3865, the Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act of 2014 earlier today. “I am pleased the House today approved legislation temporarily blocking the IRS’ proposed, unconstitutional regulations,” said Tate. “These new regulations would, […]


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Senator Manchin calls for Bitcoin Ban

Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) today called for a ban on Bitcoin. In a letter sent to Federal Regulators including Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen, Senator Manchin writes: I write today to express my concerns about Bitcoin. This virtual currency is currently unregulated and has allowed users to participate in illicit […]


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Rand Paul: The NSA is still violating our rights

In The Guardian today Senator Rand Paul writes that the NSA’s metadata collection program violates the constitutional rights of all Americans. The Fourth Amendment states that warrants issued must be specific to a person, place or task and this provision of the Bill of Rights exists explicitly to guard against the notion of a general […]


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