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Bill Kristol: Moderation in pursuit of Neoconservatism is a virtue

 
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Bill Kristol: Moderation in pursuit of Neoconservatism is a virtue

William Kristol, editor of The Weekly Standard, and one of the most influential neoconservatives in the country, is not happy with Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s recent message “The IRS asked for a fight. How about a revolution?” Mr. Kristol thinks that Dr. Paul, and Campaign for Liberty, are being “immoderate,” with all our […]


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NDAA mark-up should be transparent

Tomorrow the Senate Committee on Armed Services will mark-up the 2014 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). However, you might not be able to see the mark-up online or on C-SPAN. That is because Committee Chairman Carl Levin (D-MI) and Ranking Member James Inhofe (R-OK) support marking the bill up in secret for “national security” reasons. […]


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Will Senate put “Helicopter” Ben’s teacher on the Fed’s Board?

In addition to voting on cloture for David Barron, this week the Senate  will vote on cloture for President Obama’s nomination of Stanley Fisher as Vice-Chairman of the Federal Reserve. Since Senator Rand Paul has placed a hold on Fisher’s nomination until Senate Majorly Leader Harry Reid holds a vote on Audit the Fed (H.R. 24/S. […]


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Tax Reform is Useless Without Spending Reform

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on why supporters of limited government, free-markets, and individual liberty should not get excited about the chatter about tax “reform” emanating from the Beltway. Instead, we should continue to work to reduce government spending in all areas and work to lower all taxes–including the […]


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Ron Paul Classic: Audit (then End) the Fed

With Audit the Fed legislation progressing in both the House and the Senate, this seems like a good week to revisit Campaign for Liberty’s Chairman Ron Paul’s 2009 interview with the Wall Street Journal on why we need to Audit and then End the Fed: What would a world without the Fed look like? You’d […]


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