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Will Senate stand with Rand and the people or Reid and the Fed?

 
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Will Senate stand with Rand and the people or Reid and the Fed?

Tomorrow, Harry Reid will hold a vote on cloture for the nomination of Stanley Fisher as Vice-Chairman of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors (Fisher’s nomination for a seat on the board was approved last month, but the Senate must hold a separate conformation vote on his nomination for Vice-Chair). Reid’s motion also invokes cloture […]


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Obama’s Foreign Policy Rhetoric Does Not Match US Actions

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the hypocrisy of President Obama’s claim that his foreign policy is spreading “democracy” around the world. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to stop President Obama from wasting Americans blood and treasure on overseas interventions that have nothing […]


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Surprise! Obama benefits corporate cronies via new greenhouse gas regulations

Supporters of President Obama claim that businesses that oppose his new “greenhouse gas” regulations (a.k.a. the return of cap-and-tax) are greedy capitalists who care more about profits than people. In contrasts, those who support the regulations are farsighted humanitarians willing to compromise with the administration for the greater good.  Writing in the Washington Examiner, the […]


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America loves Obamacare…because we are forced to

Next time some Obamacare apologists brags about the high enrollment rates under Obamacare, ask them if they have seen the latest  poll results from Enroll America, a pro-Obamacare organization with links to the administration. The poll asked Obamacare enrollees why they enrolled in Obamacare. Thirty-six percent of respondents said they enrolled because “It’s the law,” […]


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Small steps toward cutting waste in NDAA

Several weeks ago, Campaign for Liberty joined a broad coalition of organizations on a letter to Congress supporting a group  of  National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) amendments to cut spending on unnecessary and wasteful projects and increase fiscal discipline and transparency. Not only did most of these amendments pass, they passed as part of “en bloc” […]


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