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House leaderhsip finnaly agress to defund Obamamcare in CR

Last week, House leadership tried to sneak through a “Continuing Resolution” (CR) that did not defund Obamacare. Instead, they planned to hold another symbolic vote on defunding Obamacare. Campaign for Liberty member’s rose up and sent a clear message to the House leaderhsip that they were tired of symbolic votes and wanted the House to […]


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Rebuking McCain

Campaign for Liberty members and many grassroots Republicans across the country were outraged in July when John McCain cut a deal with Harry Reid enabling the confirmation of several of President Obama’s most controversial nominees. Among the nominees McCain helped get through the filibuster was Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) nominee Richard Cordray, even though […]


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Has The Tide Turned Against the Warmongers?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on the significance of the American people’s overwhelming rejection of President Obama’s desire to bomb Syria. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to mobilize opposition to all unconstitutional and unnecessary foreign entanglements: Will the history books record these past couple […]


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The Homeschooling Revolution

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the importance of homeschooling and his new homeschooling curriculum.  You can get an autographed copy of Dr. Paul’s important new book The School Revolution: A New Answer for Our Broken Education System at the Liberty Political Action Conference, so if you haven’t yet […]


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When a president gets a little, chances are he’ll take a lot

In a must-read piece Tim Carney examines whether if Congress passes a resolution limiting the US’s involvement in Syria US involvement will remain limited. SPOILER ALERT: It probably can’t, mainly because history shows Presidents have a tendency of using limited grants of authority to justify massive power grabs which Congress rarely (if ever) reigns in: When […]


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