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Internet sales taxes are no way to court younger voters

 
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Internet sales taxes are no way to court younger voters

Here is Campaign for Liberty President John Tate’s recent Op-Ed on why Republicans must oppose all restrictions on Internet freedom–including Internet sales taxes–if they want to attract young voters: If the GOP is to regain majority party status, it must earn the loyalty of Internet-savvy young people, especially the young activists who fueled the “Ron Paul […]


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Latest GOP Sell Out

Last Thursday, the House GOP passed an “agriculture only” version of the Farm Bill that did not contain the provisions reauthorizing the food stamp programs that were in the version of the Farm Bill that failed to pass the House in June. While many fiscal conservatives had wanted to separate the food stamp and agriculture […]


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Let Market Forces Solve Organ Transplant Crisis

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on why a free-market system is the only effective and compassionate way to manage organ donations: Ten-year old cystic fibrosis patient Sarah Murnaghan captured the nation’s attention when federal bureaucrats imposed a de facto death sentence on her by refusing to modify the […]


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When we see Big Sis go, we will say YIPPEE!

Sad news for friends of the surveillance state, as Secretary of Homeland Security Janet “If you see something, say something” Napolitano announced she was resigning from the Department of Homeland Security to take a position as head of the University of California system. President Obama has not yet named Napolitano’s replacement. Campaign for Liberty would […]


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Sequester fireworks

Although it has been well-documented that the sequester does not really cut federal spending, federal bureaucrats are still trying to convince the public that the sequester is decimating vital federal programs and must be reversed. A common technique is what is called the “Washington Monument” ploy. This is when a federal agency shuts down a […]


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