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Just in time for Christmas…a tax increase

 
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Just in time for Christmas…a tax increase

Be prepared to pay more for your Christmas tree this year, thanks to a new “Christmas tree tax” imposed by the government. What evil anti-Christmas tree Grinch is behind this? The Christmas tree industry! You see, the revenues raised from the tax will go to fund a federal program promoting natural Christmas trees, similarly to […]


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Cleveland rocks

Last Tuesday, Cleveland’s voters passed an ordinance removing red light cameras (more accurately named scameras, as they are a scam on drivers) from their city. Installed in the name of safety (it’s for the children!), red light scameras actually serve as a way for revenue-hungry governments to extort money from drivers without giving them due process. […]


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Campaign for Liberty brings people together

Congratulations to my friends Jack Hunter, editor of RARE and regular LPAC speaker, and Brittany Elisa-Leme Hemsath on their engagement. Jack and Brittany met at LPAC 2011 and starting dating shortly after LPAC 2012. Jack and Brittany were both active in Ron Paul’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns. Many readers of this blog will remember that Jack was […]


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Ron Paul statement on Phil Crane

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s statement on the death of former Representative Phil Crane: I am saddened to learn of the passing of my friend and former colleague Phil Crane. Phil had a distinguished career, both in and out of Congress, as a champion of limited government and free-markets. Reprinted below is […]


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Who will tax the sodas?

In addition to a change in control of the Senate, Tuesday’s election also saw voters in Berkeley, California, pass the nation’s first soda tax. Some may dismiss the national significance of this since the average Berkeley voter is much more pro-tax and pro-nanny state than voters elsewhere. However, the anti-soda forces have been emboldened by this […]


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