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Internet Sales Taxes – Still Unpopular

 
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Internet Sales Taxes – Still Unpopular

One item on Campaign for Liberty’s legislative agenda this year has been fighting to defeat the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” or the National Internet Tax Mandate as we call it. Despite Senator Reid rushing it through the Senate at the beginning of this Congress, grassroots opposition to this legislation has managed to stall its momentum […]


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“John Kerry gives Syria week to hand over chemical weapons or face attack”

Secretary of State John Kerry today gave the Assad regime a new deadline — one week to hand over chemical weapons, or else. The Guardian reports: The US secretary of state has said that President Bashar al-Assad has one week to hand over his entire stock of chemical weapons to avoid a military attack. But John Kerry added […]


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To War!

The war drums are beating loudly in Washington. But I have to ask, what’s the rush? For the second time in this administration, we find the President eagerly bolting headlong into war without congressional approval. As in Libya, uncertainties abound, and serious questions remain unanswered: Who are the rebels? What are America’s strategic goals? What […]


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NSA Surveillance is Unconstitutional

In an interview with John Roberts on Fox News Sunday, Senator Paul questioned the constitutionality of the NSA’s domestic surveillance program and called for a review of the whole program. The Senator went on to chastise the administration for thinking internal “audits” were suitable to address violations of American’s civil liberties, and went on to […]


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Urgent Action Alert: Senate Vote on Aid to Egypt

Wednesday morning, the Senate will vote on an amendment to the offered by Senator Paul to end foreign military assistance to Egypt in keeping with U.S. protocols regarding a nation that has experienced a coup d’état. Instead of sending the money overseas, the money saved would be redirected to the “Bridges in Critical Corridors” fund […]


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