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Retiring Congressman Jim Moran (D-VA-8) has been in the news recently for suggesting that members of Congress, who receive $174,000 a year, aren’t paid enough, going as far as to introduce a doomed amendment in committee to address the problem he sees.  (This causes one to wonder, what exactly is adequate yearly compensation for wrecking […]


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Ron Paul: Another Phony Budget Debate

C4L Chairman Ron Paul takes on the phony budget debate in the latest edition of Texas Straight Talk.  Under Dr. Paul’s leaderhsip, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work for Real Cuts, Right Now: Anyone watching last week’s debate over the Republican budget resolution would have experienced déjà vu, as the debate bore a depressing […]


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From The Folks Who Wanted to Be In Charge of Cybersecurity

This week, the Internet is in a tizzy, rightfully so, over the discovery of the Heartbleed bug — one of the biggest security glitches in the history of the Internet. But now come the juicier revelations that the NSA may have known about it for at least two years, and not only told no one […]


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Classic Ron Paul: Restore America Now Budget Plan

This week, the House of Representatives voted on the latest Republican budget plan. Like their previous plans, this plan increased spending but, thanks to the magic of “reductions in projected spending” the Republicans are able to claim that the plan actually cuts spending. In 2012, Campaign for Liberty Chairman (and then Congressman and Presidential candidate) […]


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Steven Colbert Slams Common Core

Earlier this week comedian Stephen Colbert slammed the Department of Education’s one-size fits all Common Core standards. Our state leaders across the country have been leading the charge to bring education control back to parents and the local community. Watch the video below: The Colbert Report Get More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Colbert […]


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