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Slipping Into Tyranny

Only in the United States Congress could they make a problem of their own making worse by adopting a (perhaps) well intentioned, yet misguided amendment. And moments ago they did just that by adopting the Gohmert amendment to the FY 2013 NDAA. Two days ago, a U.S. District Court judge confirmed that our criticisms of […]


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Representative Rooney’s Disgracefully Dishonest Release

Representative Tom Rooney just sent out a disgracefully dishonest press release about the Smith/Amash amendment, claiming that it would "reward al-Qaeda attacks on U.S. soil" by "granting constitutional rights to foreign terrorists captured on U.S. soil." In reality, this press release couldn't be further from the truth.  From the moment that Americans first learn about […]


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Key Vote: Vote “YES” On Rand Paul’s Balanced Budget! UPDATED

Shortly after 4pm today, several budgets, the Presidents' and four proposals offerred by Republicans, will receive votes in the Senate. Today, an exasperated Senator Paul took to the floor to urge his colleagues to vote "YES" on S.Con.Res. 42, his Platform to Revitalize America, a budget that balances within the five year window called for […]


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Make Your Voices Heard!

Following up on yesterday's post: Several issues C4L has been taking action on are expected to receive a vote today or tomorrow in the House of Representatives and the Senate. Your help today could turn the tide for liberty. First, the National Defense Authorization Act for FY 2013 will come up for consideration on Wednesday […]


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Support a Full Debate

Thanks to Campaign for Liberty’s Audit the Fed efforts, the Federal Reserve is under more scrutiny than ever before. But considering the damage an out-of-control Fed has inflicted on our dollar and our economy over the years, you and I can’t afford to lay off the pressure to hold it accountable. Currently, there are two […]


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