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Rand Paul Introduces National Right to Work Act

 
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Rand Paul Introduces National Right to Work Act

In addition to introducing Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, Senator Rand Paul has introduced the National Right to Work Act (S. 204).  This bill repeals those sections of federal law that authorize unions to require the payment of union dues as a condition of employment.  (The top eight job-growth states during President Obama’s first term […]


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GOP Senate Leader McConnell seeking to get a vote on Audit the Fed

This morning, Republican Senate  Leader Mitch McConnell told Louisville, Kentucky, radio talk-show host Mandy Connell that he was working with fellow Kentucky Senator Rand Paul to find a way around Harry Reid’s obstructionism and force the Senate to vote on Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed Bill (S. 209). Campaign for Liberty members should call their […]


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Karl Rove’s Campaign Against Liberty

… would be a better name than “Conservative Victory Fund” for Karl Rove’s new organization – or maybe Karl Rove should call it the “Big Government Conservative Victory Fund.”  The new group’s purpose is to ensure only candidates that Karl  Rove and his cronies and donors consider “electable” win Republican primaries.  However, Karl Rove’s track […]


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Save the Family Farmer Rally in Richmond This Thursday

Campaign for Liberty members in Virginia should check out the Save the Farmer Family Rally this Thursday.  The rally will be held in support of HB 1430, the Boneta Bill, which protects the property rights of Virginia farmers to conduct business without being harassed by state or local bureaucrats.  The bill is named for Martha […]


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Virginia takes first step toward sound money

This week, the Virginia House of Delegates passed Delegate Bob Marshall’s HJ 590. This legislation authorizes a study of the feasibility of Virginia adopting a “metallic-based” “currency” to protect the citizens of the Old Dominion in the event of a collapse of the US Dollar. The legislation still has to pass the Virginia State Senate. Virginia […]


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