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Rep. Paul Broun Discusses Audit the Fed

Recently, Congressman Paul Broun discussed his reintroduction of Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, H.R. 24, and why we need to audit, and then end, the Fed. H.R. 24 is already up to 67 cosponsors. Contact your representative today and urge them to support the “Federal Reserve Transparency Act.”


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Action Alert: Tell Congress to Vote NO on Sandy “Relief” – Update

Below is an urgent legislative update from C4L President John Tate: In just a few hours, the U.S. House is expected to vote on a Hurricane Sandy “disaster relief” bill slammed full of BILLIONS of dollars in wasteful spending. That’s why it’s vital you call your U.S. Representative at (202) 224-3121 and DEMAND they vote […]


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Statement from C4L President John Tate on Bernanke Attack on ‘Audit the Fed’

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate in response to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s attacks on efforts to conduct a full audit of the Federal Reserve:   “As Ben Bernanke continues the Fed’s unprecedented intervention in the economy behind a veil of secrecy, it is shameful, but […]


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An Idea Whose Time Has Come (Again)? UPDATED

Industrial Hemp, currently classified as a Schedule 1 substance under the Controlled Substances Act of 1970, is once again a topic of discussion in political forums. On the front page of the Washington Post this morning, (albeit the bottom right-hand corner) was an article headlined, “Changes in cannabis laws create a new buzz for hemp.” For most […]


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The Road to a Single-payer System is Paved with Good Intentions

By: David Heacock When government throws money at a problem, prices go up. And often, the problem gets worse. This is what we’re beginning to see with the implementation of The Affordable Care Act in the new calendar year. While most of the program’s policies are scheduled to take effect in 2014, its associated price […]


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