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House Set to Vote on Audit the Fed!

Late Friday night, Campaign for Liberty received confirmation that H.R. 24, the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, or Audit the Fed as it’s better known, sponsored this Congress by Rep. Paul Broun will receive a vote as soon as this Tuesday! Now, with the bill coming up “under suspension of the rules,” it will take 2/3rds […]


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Will The Swiss Vote to Get Their Gold Back?

On November 30th, voters in Switzerland will head to the polls to vote in a referendum on gold. On the ballot is a measure to prohibit the Swiss National Bank (SNB) from further gold sales, to repatriate Swiss-owned gold to Switzerland, and to mandate that gold make up at least 20 percent of the SNB’s assets. […]


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How much does corporate welfare cost you?

According to a new study by the Open Books Institute, the federal government spent more than $1.2 trillion on direct payments to big corporations between 2000 and 2012. (Hat Tip: The Advocates for Self-Government). Stephen Moore of National Review provides more details: ……But corporate welfare has strong claimants: deep-pocketed business interests that rely on federal […]


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Just say NO to the Lame Duck

I have examined some of the dangers of the planned “lame duck” sessions of Congress here.  Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) share my concerns. They have written a letter to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, pledging to object to “any non-emergency, substantial and controversial legislation, nominations, or treaties.” More details on the letter […]


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Justin Amash’s questions for the President

Representative Justin Amash made the following statement in response to President Barrack Obama’s plans to launch military action in Iraq and Syria: When our government orders our young men and women into harm’s way, our leaders have a duty to define the mission, set a plausible strategy, and explain why the risk of our children’s […]


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