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C4L Hill Letter – NDAA, Indefinite Detention

Yesterday, in a closed door conference committee on the FY 2013 National Defense Authorization Act, conferees stripped out an amendment that would have prohibited the indefinite detention of American citizens and lawful permanent residents. In a letter sent to both the House and Senate today, Campaign for Liberty President John Tate urged Congressmen to vote […]


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“Right to Work is Part of Economic Liberty”

In his latest Texas Straight Talk, Congressman and C4L Honorary Chairman Ron Paul discusses the importance of Right to Work laws: Many observers were surprised when Michigan, historically a stronghold of union power, became the nation’s 24th “Right to Work” state. The backlash from November’s unsuccessful attempt to pass a referendum forbidding the state from adopting a […]


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Providing Greater Protection for Teachers and Children

C4L member, grassroots activist, and former NYPD detective John Baeza appeared on Fox News to discuss yesterday’s tragic events and how to increase protections for teachers and children. Watch it by clicking here or visiting the following link: http://www.therightscoop.com/nypd-detective-we-need-to-repeal-gun-free-school-zones/


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What Happened in Michigan?

Michigan passing Right to Work this week caught the political class, pundits, and unions in particular completely off guard. While union bosses complained this legislation was rammed down their throats, an honest observation makes it clear it was their own overreach and political miscalculation in November that led to this surprise victory for workplace freedom. […]


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Right to Work in Michigan?!

by Maria Stavrou Today, Michigan is on track to make history as one of the most heavily unionized states thus far to pass right-to-work legislation. Amid heavy protests by labor unions in the capitol building and despite last-minute coaxing by state Democratic lawmakers, Governor Rick Snyder is poised to sign into law a bill that […]


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