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Intern with Campaign for Liberty

Campaign for Liberty is looking for dedicated, liberty-minded high school or college students to intern for our summer semester (May 21 – August 17). The responsibilities of this paid internship include answering phones, handling correspondence, data entry, research projects, occasional blogging, aiding in the organization of petition drives to Congress, and assisting staff members when necessary. In […]


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Liberty NewsWire: March 19, 2012

After the March 11 shootings in two neighboring villages just outside a U.S. outpost in the Panjwai district, Afghan President Hamid Karzai demanded troops withdraw from villages and return to their bases. He said relations between the two countries were "at the end of their rope." If U.S. troops are not allowed to return to […]


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Five Senators Call for Balanced Budget

In a jointly published op-ed this morning, five senators, Jim DeMint, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, Marco Rubio, and Ron Johnson, called for a cut, cap, and balance budget — one that balances at the least within the next 10 years.  The full faith and credit of the United States — on which depends our reputation […]


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Liberty NewsWire: Friday, March 16th, 2012

LATIN AMERICA is rich in sought-after commodities, including narcotics. The coca leaf, from which cocaine is refined, is grown only in the foothills of the Andes. Mexico produces more heroin than anywhere but Afghanistan, as well as much cannabis. Latin American traffickers are even diversifying into synthetic drugs such as methamphetamine. The illegality of this […]


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Liberty NewsWire: March 15, 2012

In a near-simultaneous announcement, the Afghan Taliban said it was suspending nascent peace talks with the United States seen as a strong chance to end the country's decade-long conflict, blaming "shaky, erratic and vague" U.S. statements. The Taliban decision to suspend the talks was a blow to NATO hopes of a negotiated settlement to the […]


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