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Justin Amash’s questions for the President

 
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Justin Amash’s questions for the President

Representative Justin Amash made the following statement in response to President Barrack Obama’s plans to launch military action in Iraq and Syria: When our government orders our young men and women into harm’s way, our leaders have a duty to define the mission, set a plausible strategy, and explain why the risk of our children’s […]


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LPAC brings people together

Another LPAC speaker I am really excited about is Jack Hunter, editor of RARE Liberty. As I am sure many know, Jack was the official blogger for Ron Paul 2012. Jack is not only a top-notch writer and editor, but he is also a great speaker and a passionate advocate for liberty and constitutional government. Jack […]


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Ron Paul’s statement on the 9/11 attacks

On this Day of Remembrance of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman and then-Congressman Ron Paul’s official statement on the attacks: Yesterday, Americans were awakened to find ourselves in a war, attacked by barbarians who targeted innocent civilians. This despicable act reveals how deep-seated is the […]


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Is the GOP planning a sell-out on the Internet Sales Tax?

The House is delaying voting on the Continuing Resolution (CR) until next week because they are still considering whether or not to add President Obama’s request for authority to arm the Syrian rebels fighting ISIS (because arming Mid-Eastern rebels always works out well for us). There is no indication that the House Leadership will make any […]


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Don’t Miss Free Speech Champion Lee Goodman at LPAC

One of the speakers I am really looking forward to hearing at LPAC is Federal Election Commission (FEC) Chairman Lee Goodman. Now you may be wondering: why is Campaign for Liberty having the head of any federal agency at LPAC–much less one that enforces unconstitutional and anti-free speech election laws–and why is Ron Paul’s former […]


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