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If Spying on Senate is So Bad, Why is it OK For Them To Spy On Us?

 
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If Spying on Senate is So Bad, Why is it OK For Them To Spy On Us?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on the hypocrisy of Senator Dianne Feinstein, and others, in cheering on the NSA when it is spying on you and I, but condemning the agency for daring to spy on the Senate. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to […]


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Can We Afford Ukraine?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk asking if the American people can afford being neoconned into intervention in the Ukraine (SPOILER ALERT:  We can’t). Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to restore a non-inventionist foreign policy and real cuts in  the Pentagon’s bloated budget […]


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Guess who created a new federal energy program this week?

The so-called “fiscally conservative” GOP Congress. Wednesday, the House passed HR 2126, the Energy Efficiency Act of 216. This bill requires the federal government to develop “best practices” to be used by commercial and residential rental properties to improve energy efficiency. Even though no business is forced to adopt the standards, the facts that the government […]


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Vote on foreign aid for Ukraine TODAY

Today, the House of Representatives will debate and vote on HR 4152, hasty drafted legislation* that puts taxpayers on the hook for “loan guarantees” to Ukraine. This extension of the foreign-aid racket is designed to give the US Government a means of further intervening in the Ukrainian crisis, as well as bail out the big […]


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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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