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Ft. Hood: An Avoidable Tragedy

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on Friday’s tragic shooting in Fort Hood, Texas. Ft. Hood: An Avoidable Tragedy Last week we saw yet another tragedy at Ft. Hood, Texas, as a distraught Iraq war veteran killed three of his fellow soldiers before killing himself. It is nearly five […]


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Ron Paul Classic: End the Mandate

Since March marked the fifth year anniversary of the passage of the “Affordable Care Act,” (Obamacare), and since Monday was the deadline to register for the Obamacare exchanges, this seems like a good time to revisit then-Congressman Ron Paul’s official floor statement introducing the End the Mandate Act from 2010. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign […]


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Retiring Rep. Moran Complains Congress is Underpaid

In a country where the median household income is $53,046, outgoing Rep. Jim Moran (VA-8) complained yesterday that, despite what Americans believe, members of Congress are underpaid. “I think the American people should know that the members of Congress are underpaid,” Moran told CQ Roll Call. The comments were made during a markup of legislation to continue […]


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US government tried to overthrow Castro with Twitter-like social media site

The United States government attempted to overthrow the Cuban government  by creating a social media app to cause unrest in the communist country. From CNN: The AP says U.S. government officials developed an app called ZunZuneo — named after the chirping sound of a hummingbird — to cause social unrest. U.S. efforts to undermine the […]


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Clapper: NSA conducts warrantless searches on American’s emails and phone calls

In a letter to Oregon Senator Ron Wyden, James Clapper, the director of national intelligence, confirmed that the National Security Agency has used a ‘loophole’ to search the private communications of US Citizens. According to The Guardian Many of the NSA’s most controversial programs collect information under the law affected by the so-called loophole. These […]


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