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C4L Letter to the Hill

The following letter was sent today from Campaign for Liberty President John Tate to House and Senate GOP Members urging them to oppose raising taxes: On behalf of over half a million Campaign for Liberty grassroots activists across the country, I urge you to stand up for fundamental, common-sense principles and oppose any tax increase […]


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“State of the Republic”

Bruce Fein, a former Reagan administration official, noted constitutional-scholar, and author of “American Empire: Before the Fall“, delivered an address at the 2012 Liberty Political Action Conference on Thursday, September 13, 2012, concerning the current state of the American republic. You can still order a copy of Fein’s “American Empire: Before the Fall” from Amazon […]


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Lock You Up and Throw Away the Key

The latest email from C4L President John Tate: Your liberties are once again hanging by a thread. As little as five votes, in fact. Next week, the lame-duck U.S. Senate will take up the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). And the statists will do virtually anything to keep the power to lock up American citizens […]


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Obamney 2012!

Written by Sam Aydlette   For many, the election on November 6 represented a polarized struggle between distinct ideological visions.  Yet the differences between presidential candidates Romney and Obama were, for the most part, a reiteration of the same tired rhetoric of party politics.  The reality is that both candidates would serve as co-conspirators of the […]


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“In the Name of Patriotism”

Much has been written about Congressman Paul’s Farewell Address given on the House floor last week. The speech truly was an historic one – certainly more attention was paid to it than to any other retiring Congressman’s farewell in recent history – and there’s no doubt many will feel inspired to get involved in the […]


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