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“State of the Republic”

 
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“State of the Republic”

Bruce Fein, a former Reagan administration official, noted constitutional-scholar, and author of “American Empire: Before the Fall“, delivered an address at the 2012 Liberty Political Action Conference on Thursday, September 13, 2012, concerning the current state of the American republic. You can still order a copy of Fein’s “American Empire: Before the Fall” from Amazon […]


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“In the Name of Patriotism”

Much has been written about Congressman Paul’s Farewell Address given on the House floor last week. The speech truly was an historic one – certainly more attention was paid to it than to any other retiring Congressman’s farewell in recent history – and there’s no doubt many will feel inspired to get involved in the […]


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UPDATE: “Cybersecurity” Action Item

C4L has just received word the Senate will vote on the so-called “Cybersecurity” bill as early as 5:30pm ET this evening! Please take a moment to contact your senators at 202-224-3121 and urge them to vote “NO” on every vote! UPDATE: The Senate failed to clear the 60-vote threshold necessary to proceed with the bill […]


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Urgent: Senate to Vote on “Cybersecurity” Bill

Lame duck is in full swing, and Harry Reid has announced the Senate will force a vote before Thanksgiving on so-called “Cybersecurity” legislation. Just before midnight last night, C4L President John Tate sent out an urgent message to supporters: I just walked out of a meeting with some Senate insiders, and I’m still steaming mad […]


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Joel Salatin at LPAC 2012

The self-described “Christian-libertarian-environmentalist-capitalist-lunatic-farmer” and author Joel Salatin spoke to attendees at the Liberty Political Action Conference on Saturday, September 15, 2012, to expose ten myths promoted by Monsanto, Big Ag, and Big Government food interventionists. Mr. Salatin also presented ten key reasons why food freedom is critically important.


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