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Leonard Liggio: R.I.P.

Leonard Liggio, one of the founders of the modern libertarian movement, passed away on Tuesday. A student of Ludwig Von Mises and friend and colleague of Murray Rothbard, Leonard was involved in almost every major organization in the liberty movement. Leonard worked tireless to build a movement and spread the ideas of liberty. Today, thanks […]


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Paul Broun discusses Audit the Fed at LPAC 2014

Watch Audit the Fed sponsor, Rep. Paul Broun discuss the passage of Audit the Fed at LPAC 2014:


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States won’t reveal ObamaCare rate hikes for 2015 until after election

As ObamaCare enters its second year, many are wondering what type of rate increases Americans will experience in 2015. Enrollment on healthcare.gov doesn’t begin until November 15, almost two weeks after the mid-term elections. Many are calling this a political move to help vulnerable Democrats who voted for ObamaCare win reelection. There is one state, […]


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Would killing Export-Import Bank really harm businesses?

Not according to this statement from Boeing’s most recent 10-Q filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission: “…we may fund additional commitments and/or enter into new financing arrangements with customers. Certain of our non-U.S. customers also may seek to delay aircraft purchases if they cannot obtain financing at reasonable costs. We continue to work with […]


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Apply Today for C4L’s Spring Internship

Campaign for Liberty is looking for dedicated, liberty-minded college students or recent graduates to intern for the spring semester (January 5 to May 15). 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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