National Blog - page 126
Campaign for Liberty has been in the news a lot lately about our fight against the IRS. You can read a recap of the events here. But basically the IRS is requesting information on our donors, and fining us for not providing it. The right of [...]
"They're after us! They want money from us!" Watch Ron Paul's interview on Cavuto discussing the IRS targeting Campaign for Liberty:
Anyone who doubts that government spending at all levels is out of control should consider Mike Flynn of Breitbart's analysis of how government spending at the federal, state, and local levels compares to the world's major [...]
Yay! Now you can look at how the Federal Government wisely spent your tax dollars. Interestingly enough, there is no line item for "making death rain from the sky" aka President Obama's drone program that has killed approximately 2,400 people, [...]
Remy from Reason takes on Tax Day. Enjoy!
I was on Wilkow! on The Blaze yesterday talking about the IRS targeting Campaign for Liberty. Watch a preview below and the full video here.
Recently, the IRS levied a fine (plus interest for each day it's not paid) against Campaign for Liberty for withholding the names of our donors from the IRS on our annual 990 filing. As a matter of principle, C4L believes it is vital to [...]
Tax Day is a good day to reread Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's Texas Straight Talk from last year on the IRS's targeting of pro-liberty and Tea Party groups . Dr. Paul makes the case that the only way to protect our civil, as well as [...]
Happy Tax Day, aka Barack Obama's favorite day of the year! During his presidency, Barack Obama has proposed a whopping 442 tax increases according to Americans for Tax Reform: Since taking office in 2009, President Barack Obama has formally [...]
Retiring Congressman Jim Moran (D-VA-8) has been in the news recently for suggesting that members of Congress, who receive $174,000 a year, aren't paid enough, going as far as to introduce a doomed amendment in committee to address the problem he [...]