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Want to end Corruption? End Cronyism

Several employees of the Export-Import Bank (Eximbank) where recently suspended for accepting bribes from recipients of Eximbank funding.  Supporters of Eximbank will say that the action of these “bad actors” does not discredit the program. But these cases are far from isolated incidents. In fact, according to Diane Katz of the Heritage Foundation: “There have […]


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If you like your GPS…tough you can’t use it

Remember the frustrating old days of trying to drive while reading, or having a co-passenger read, a map that may or may not have helped you find your destination? Well if some in Congress have their way, those days may be coming back. You see language in the draft Transportation bill that will soon be […]


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Your hard work feeds us, and in return, we feed and protect you.

No, that is not a line from President Obama’s next State of the Union. It is a quote from President Snow, the villain of the popular book and movie series The Hunger Games. The Hunger Games takes place in a future North America where America has been divided into 12 “districts,” ruled over by Panem, […]


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Ron Paul: Hobby Lobby Opinion Doesn’t Solve Problem of Too Many Mandates

Today Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul issued the following statement on the Hobby Lobby decision, reprinted below from the Ron Paul Channel: June 30, 2014 – The long-awaited ruling by the Supreme Court dealing with Hobby Lobby came down. I did not find any surprises in this ruling. I agree that they ruled correctly, […]


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Ron Paul Classic: Hobby Lobby Case About Rights

Today the Supreme Court held that the federal government cannot force small businesses to pay for contraceptive coverage if doing so violates the business owners’ religious beliefs.   Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s examined the significance of this case in a Texas Straight Talk last year, reprinted below. Campaign for Liberty continues to work to […]


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