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C4L Joins Call to End the Ex-Im Bank!

 
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C4L Joins Call to End the Ex-Im Bank!

Campaign for Liberty President John Tate recently joined with 42 other signatories in sending a letter to all Senate and House Republicans to oppose reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank. The Ex-Im Bank, long a target of C4L Chairman Ron Paul’s, is one of the most brazen examples of corporate welfare and crony capitalism. The bank […]


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Deadline Approaching to Apply for C4L’s Fall Internship!

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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Working to Bury the Death Tax

Campaign for Liberty is an active participant in a Family Business Coalition that is seeking full repeal of one of the most pernicious taxes on the American people — the death tax. Last month, the Death Tax Repeal Act, H.R. 2429, reached a cosponsor milestone by surpassing 218 bipartisan cosponsors. Whatever your position on taxation, […]


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Apply Today for C4L’s Fall Internship!

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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Welcome to the 21st Century, 4th Amendment!

In a seemingly rare unanimous decision, the Supreme Court ruled today that police must get a warrant for most* cell phone searches. Washington Post reports: Modern cellphones “hold for many Americans the privacies of life,” Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. wrote, quoting an earlier Supreme Court decision. “The fact that technology now allows an […]


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