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Campaign for Liberty President John Tate’s Statement on the IRS Gag Rule

 
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Campaign for Liberty President John Tate’s Statement on the IRS Gag Rule

Last week, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate submitted comments to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) opposing the proposed rule that would prohibit Campaign for Liberty from informing Americans where their elected officials stood on important issues sixty day before an election. The IRS received 143,730 comments on this rule, and the vast majority of […]


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Vote on Flood Insurance Sell-Out Today!

Last week the House of Representatives was scheduled to consider a flood insurance “reform” bill (HR 3370) that would have repealed some of the pro-taxpayer changes made to the program in 2011. The bill was withdrawn after enough Republicans objected to deny GOP leadership the votes to pass the bill.  So House Majority Leader Eric […]


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Hagel’s ‘Defense Cuts’ Are Smoke And Mirrors

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on how the administration’s military “cuts” are not really cuts at all, just a plan to spend less on troops and more on defense contractors who comprise the “industrial” half of the millitary-industrial complex. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to […]


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Flood insurance delayed GOP leadership starts negotiations with the Democrats

Earlier this week I blogged about the GOP’s leaderships flood insurance bill reversing certain pro-taxpayer reforms in the flood insurance program. Shortly after my blog was posted, the bill was pulled from the House calendar because the leadership did not have enough votes. Media reports are that House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is negotiating with […]


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Congress reverses course on pro-taxpayer reforms

Despite representing a coastal area, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul opposed federal flood insurance programs throughout his congressional career. Congressman Paul’s opposition was based on the fact that the programs where unconstitutional, and encouraged individuals to make unwise decisions by building homes in areas where they were likely to suffer flood damage. Since the insurance […]


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