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Campaign for Liberty to Congress: Preserve Internet Freedom

Campaign for Liberty has joined a collation of free-market groups in signing a letter to the House and Senate leadership opposing the “Restoration of America’s Wire Act,” legislation that would impose a federal ban on online gambling. This legislation not only tramples state’s rights for the benefit for one billionaire casino owner, it infringes on […]


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Will the Internet Tax Mandate ruin (ugly) Christmas Sweaters?

Bloomberg Businessweek has an interesting story on “The Big Business of Ugly Christmas Sweaters.”  The article points out how many small businesses and online entrepreneurs are profiting from selling “ugly” Christmas sweaters: The novelty item has been especially good for small businesses and individual entrepreneurs. Anne Marie Blackman, a former stay-at-home mom with a background in […]


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Campaign for Liberty to Congress: NO Lame Duck ObamaCare bailouts!

Campaign for Liberty has signed a letter to Congress requesting they prohibit taxpayer funds from being used to bail out insurance companies who have chosen to participate in ObamaCare. Text of the letter is available  below and here. Campaign for Liberty continues to work to repeal ObamaCare. To the House and Senate Republican Leadership: We […]


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Does Congress support Global ID cards?

Maybe. This week, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 3398, the “Girls Count Act.”  The purpose of this act is to protect the rights of girls in developing countries. This is certainly an admirable goal; after all, who could object to protecting the rights of girls? Anyone who supports a non-interventionist, constitutional foreign policy, that’s […]


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Campaign for Liberty joins coalition against wasteful spending in the NDAA

Campaign for Liberty has cosigned a coalition letter calling on Congress to reject President Obama’s request that this year’s National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) authorize spending $202.9 million on the Long Range Anti-ship Missile (LRASM) program. The military Keynesians appear to have gained some ground in Congress, but that is not going to stop Campaign for […]


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