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Where is Representative Ed Royce? (Updated)

Last Congress, C4L met with Rep. Ed Royce (CA-40), then a cosponsor of H.R. 1207, and discussed the necessity of passing a strong Fed audit through Congress. However, despite signing C4L’s 2010 candidate survey affirming he would cosponsor Audit the Fed and call for roll call votes, Congressman Ed Royce is AWOL this Congress, having […]


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Liberty NewsWire: July 12, 2012

A new organization, Count the Costs, has decided it's time for an assessment. To this end, they have compiled a comprehensive report detailing the death and destruction the war on drugs has directly caused around the world over the past 50 years."–businessinsider.com Individual Liberty BusinessInsider.com–32 Reasons Why We Need To End The War On Drugs Economy […]


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C4L Vice President Matt Hawes Discusses “The Technology Revolution”

Recently, Campaign for Liberty Vice President Matt Hawes discussed C4L's new Internet Manifesto, "The Technology Revolution," with Erik Kaine, a Forbes contributor, to provide a little background on the new document.  Matt Hawes explained to Forbes: Fully auditing (and then ending) the Federal Reserve remains Campaign for Liberty’s top priority. Promoting sound money and holding the Fed accountable for […]


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Liberty NewsWire: July 11, 2012

The euro rose against the dollar but weakened against other major currencies on unease over how policymakers will tackle the debt crisis after it appeared there would be no quick judgment from a German court on the euro zone's bailout fund." — MSN.com Economy MSN.com–Dollar falls before Fed minutes, euro stays weak Seekingalpha.com–Why The Gold […]


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C4L Introduces “The Technology Revolution”

Today, C4L is proud to release "The Technology Revolution," a clear statement on what we believe concerning the critical issue of Internet freedom.  If we expect the incredible innovation in the technology world to continue, the Internet must remain free.  The time has never been more important to make our voices heard. As we stand […]


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