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A Grand Bargain for Liberty?

 
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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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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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