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Tim Carney fought cronyism before it was cool, don’t miss him at LPAC!

 
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Tim Carney fought cronyism before it was cool, don’t miss him at LPAC!

In addition to hearing from Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul, elected officials like Rand Paul, Thomas Massie, and Justin Amash, and receiving top-notch training on how to beat anti-liberty politicians and bureaucrats, attendees at LPAC 2014 will get to hear from some of the liberty movement’s leading writers and activists. One speaker I am […]


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Buchanan: State of the Union Congress Must Vote Before Iraq War III

In his column today, Pat Buchanan lays out the pitfalls of Obama’s latest military action in Iraq and joins Campaign for Liberty in calling for President Obama to seek congressional approval for any further military action in Iraq. Read Buchanan’s column here and excerpts below. The proper limits of Presidential power will be one of […]


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It was forty-three years ago today

President Richard Nixon closed the gold window, ending the post-WW II “Brenton Woods” system and severing the last link between the U.S. dollar and gold. Nixon did this to “stabilize” the value of the dollar. As Dr. Phil would say, HOW IS THAT WORKING OUT FOR YOU? Nixon’s closing of the gold window was the […]


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Georgians to DC: Internet Sales Tax are not Peachy

According to a new poll released today, 57% of likely Georgia voters oppose the National Internet Tax Mandate, interesting considering that Georgia Senators Saxby Chambliss and Johnny Isakson voted for it. Campaign for Liberty members should conduct their Senators and tell them to oppose any efforts to attach the Internet Sales Tax to legislation extending […]


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This week in Irony: Federal Transparency website missing $169 billion

Only the government could create a website devoted to increasing transparency and somehow “miss” posting $169 billion of federal funding.  Maybe the e-mails with the details on the funding got lost. (h/t USA Today): WASHINGTON — A government website intended to make federal spending more transparent was missing at least $619 billion from 302 federal […]


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