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“Watt personifies Obamanomics”

Washington Examiner‘s Senior Political Columnist Tim Carney writes, “With his faith in government and coziness with big business, [Mel] Watt personifies Obamanomics.” And Carney ought to know, since he quite literally wrote the book on it. As I’ve written before, Campaign for Liberty strongly opposes the nomination of Rep. Mel Watt (NC-12) to head the […]


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“Apply the Brakes”

Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY-4) wrote a letter to Campaign for Liberty Members today, asking for their assistance in getting members of the House to sign his letter asking House leadership not to bring up the so-called “Marketplace ‘Fairness’ Act.” The letter is posted in full below, please help Rep. Massie by contacting your representative today […]


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VIDEO: Rep. Massie’s Special Order Floor Speech

ICYMI, last night Reps. Thomas Massie (KY-4), Ron DeSantis (FL-6), and Steve Daines (MT) spoke out against the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” H.R. 684 and S. 743. C4L applauds the efforts of these members for taking a stand against what amounts to a National Internet Tax Mandate, when so many others opposed to this legislation […]


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Mel Watt, Unfit to Serve

Last week, news broke that President Obama will pick Rep. Mel Watt (NC-12) to head the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), the government agency charged with overseeing Government Sponsored Enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. There are many objections to Watt’s nomination worth considering, and this is merely a brief overview of why Campaign […]


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Senate Votes on Internet Tax Mandate Today! (Updated with Roll Call)

As C4L President John Tate wrote in his action alert to C4L members this morning, “Harry Reid is hell-bent on RAMMING the Internet Tax Mandate through the Senate.” We’ve noted previously how eager Senator Reid has been to force this legislation through the upper chamber, using a procedural move to skip the committee process and […]


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