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C4L Opposes Patriot Act Extension

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty issued the following statement from C4L President John Tate strongly opposing using the “USA Freedom Act” to extend key provisions of the Patriot Act until 2017. “Campaign for Liberty is strongly opposed to extending key provisions of the most egregious violation of Americans’ civil liberties this century- the Patriot Act,” […]


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“PATRIOT” Act Sneak Attack

Surveillance statists have attached a two-year extension of two provisions from the so-called “PATRIOT” Act, Secs. 206 & 215, and Sec. 6001 from the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act into the USA FREEDOM Act (USAFA). The cloture vote on USAFA could come later this evening, and without your immediate action, the surveillance state could […]


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Ron Paul at University of South Florida Wednesday!

C4L Chairman Ron Paul will be speaking at The University of South Florida this week at a free and open to the public event! The event is sponsored by The University Lecture Series, and it will take place this Wednesday, November 19, at 8:00 pm in the Marshall Student Center Ballroom. Though this is a […]


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Ted Cruz to Obama and Congress: Don’t Break (or Tax) the Net!

Texas Senator Ted Cruz recently penned an editorial in The Washington Post denouncing various schemes to increase government control over the Internet, including the National Internet Tax Mandate: First, we must abandon the idea of further taxing Internet access and sales. At this very moment, online retailers face an enormous threat because Washington may pass a massive, […]


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Internet Gambling Ban: A Winner for Sheldon Adelson, A Losing Bet for the Rest of Us

Most Americans, regardless of ideology, oppose “crony capitalism” or “cronyism.” Cronyism is where politicians write laws aimed at helping their favored business beneficiaries. Despite public opposition to cronyism, politicians still seek to use the legislative process to help special interests. For example, Congress may soon vote on legislation outlawing Internet gambling. It is an open […]


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