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Campaign for Liberty calls for end in Pentagon’s “Slush Fund”

 
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Campaign for Liberty calls for end in Pentagon’s “Slush Fund”

Campaign for Liberty has joined with thirty-four organizations from across the political and ideological spectrum to call on Congress to cut the “Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO)” fund.  This fund functions as a “slush fund,’ allowing the Pentagon bureaucrats complex to increase spending on the Military-Industrial complex above the already excessive amounts appropriated in the “official” […]


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At the Fed, The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on Janet Yellen’s testimony before the House and Senate last week. Under Chairman Yellen’s leaderhsip, Campaign for Liberty will continue to fight for real monetary reform. The first step is to pass Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed legislation. At the Fed, The More […]


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Will No One Challenge Obama’s Executive Orders?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on President Obama’s State of the Union “promise” to disregard the Constitution and rule by  Executive Order if Congress does not enact his agenda. Dr. Paul explains how the modern practice of Presidential rule by Executive Orders is a result of America’s interventionist foreign […]


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John Tate: New IRS Rules Benefit the Political Class, Harm the People

Here is Campaign for Liberty President John Tate statement for the Oversight Subcommittee of the House Committee on Ways and Means Oversight Hearing on the IRS. The hearing took place on February 5. Mr. Tate’s comments focused on why the IRS new rules on “candidate activity” violates the First Amendment by limiting the ability of […]


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The Continuing Al-Qaeda Threat

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the failure of the “war on terror.” As Dr. Paul points out, the “war on terror” may not have made us safe, but it has provided a convenient excuse for government agencies like the NSA and the TSA to take our liberties. Under […]


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