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Tell Obama you have a fever for more shutdown

No, this is not The Onion. The White House blog has actually set up a site where people can submit examples of how they have suffered because of the government shutdown. Campaign for Liberty members may want to let the White House know how we are suffering because of Obama’s failure to shut down the […]


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Shutdown not stopping government from wasting your money

Americans who are concerned that the government “shutdown” my stop the politicians and the bureaucrats from wasting our tax dollars can breathe easy. The Federal Government is continuing to waste money, The Daily Caller has compiled a list of seven stupid things the government is wasting your money on. Among the stupid things identified by […]


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A Grand Bargain for Liberty?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the impending government “shutdown,” the battle over defunding ObamaCare, and the refusal of politicians in both parties to cut spending on the military-industrial complex. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work for cuts in all areas of government spending, […]


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Tax Hike Bob Strikes Again

If you live in Virginia you have noticed the price of your online purchases has increased. This is because a new Virginia online sales tax went into effect on September 8. The tax was supported by Virginia Governor “Tax Hike” Bob  McDonnell. “Tax Hike” Bob wants every American to pay more for online goods and […]


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Internet Sales Tax Could Crush Small Businesses

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on how the Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum gives students the opportunity to create their own Internet businesses, and the threat posed to these young Internet entrepreneurs by any version of the National Internet Tax Mandate. One unique aspect of my homeschool curriculum is that […]


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