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Intern with Campaign for Liberty this Fall!

Campaign for Liberty is looking for dedicated, liberty-minded college students to intern for the fall semester (August 25 to December 12). The responsibilities of this paid internship include answering phones, handling correspondence, data entry, research projects, occasional blogging, aiding in the organization of petition drives to Congress, and assisting staff members when necessary. Major projects this fall […]


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The Majority Leader the House Needs

With Kevin McCarthy (Cantor’s handpicked replacement) remaining the only announced candidate for Majority Leader, it’s all the more vital for the grassroots to weigh in with their Republican representatives to urge them to support Raul Labrador (R-ID-1) for House Majority Leader. As Megan wrote this morning, McCarthy’s ascension to Leader would show that House Republicans […]


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Why We’re Fighting the IRS

“…the IRS sent 1.1 million pages of nonprofit tax-return data — including confidential taxpayer information — to the FBI…” — Darrell Issa to National Review. And the IRS wonders why we refuse to turn over such information to them on our annual 990 filing? The IRS’ demands that we pay a fine for an “incomplete […]


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One Year Later: Still, No Place to Hide

There’s no denying that Edward Snowden’s actions have changed the political landscape surrounding the surveillance state. Unfortunately, at this very moment, the national security statists are preparing to toast each other in victory for having overcome overwhelming odds and beat back the push for citizens to take their privacy back. I’m referring of course to […]


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Exclusive: Purple Unicorns Discovered on Mars!

Well, we’re not really sure, but it would appear that Purple Unicorns have been discovered on Mars. Or at least, we think it’s possible that they have to exist up there, right? That’s basically the line of argument former NSA head Keith Alexander made in a Bloomberg News interview about Edward Snowden on Tuesday. H/T […]


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