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Too Much Bipartisanship

 
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Too Much Bipartisanship

A common refrain from talking heads and pundits is that there is too little bipartisanship in Washington. However, Senate “debate” over the FISA Amendments Act reauthorization, and its passage by a vote of 73-23, showed that our Honorary Chairman Ron Paul’s position is more accurate — on the issues that truly matter, there is simply […]


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Rand Paul Condemns Indefinite Detention

Referring to indefinite detention as “an abomination,” Senator Paul urged his colleagues to vote against the FY 2013 NDAA Conference Report. Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed the report by a vote of 315-107. The Senate passed the report by a vote of 81-14.


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C4L Hill Letter – NDAA, Indefinite Detention

Yesterday, in a closed door conference committee on the FY 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, conferees stripped out an amendment that would have prohibited the indefinite detention of American citizens and lawful permanent residents. In a letter sent to both the House and Senate today, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate urged Congressmen to vote […]


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What Happened in Michigan?

Michigan passing Right to Work this week caught the political class, pundits, and unions in particular completely off guard. While union bosses complained this legislation was rammed down their throats, an honest observation makes it clear it was their own overreach and political miscalculation in November that led to this surprise victory for workplace freedom. […]


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“The Establishment’s Stench”

The latest from C4L President John Tate: The political establishment in BOTH parties in Washington, D.C. is doubling down, and the stench from their smoky backroom deals is getting stronger every day. Earlier this year, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced a program of PERMANENT “Quantitative Easing” – a move virtually sure to help finish […]


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