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Common Core: Wall of Shame

It should have been so simple. Common Core is bad for Massachusetts. Amendment 67 to the state budget, filed by Rep. Jim Lyons, would have fully defunded Common Core in Massachusetts. So why did these politicians feel the need to oppose such a common-sense amendment? Many of you are represented by one of these politicians. […]


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Man arrested for recording police on cell phone

A Florida man has been charged with obstruction of justice and resisting arrest after he recorded police arresting another individual on his cell phone. From CBS Miami: Estrada says he began recording the episode with his iPhone only after the officer removed Trigiano from the store and threw the handcuffed man to the ground. The […]


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Judge rules it is OK to auction widow’s home over $6 tax bill

This is what happens when you give the government the power to tax and is one of the reasons why we continue to fight the IRS. A widow owed her county $6.30 in property taxes and unpaid interest. When she didn’t pay- she claims she wasn’t aware of the outstanding bill- the county decided to […]


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One Step Closer to Victory in Colorado

Congratulations to Colorado Campaign for Liberty on SB 181, a bill to repeal and remove red light cameras in Colorado, passing the State Senate by a 21-14 vote!  It’s now up to the House to act. This is just another example of how Campaign for Liberty members are making a difference all across the country […]


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Nevada Standoff a Symptom of Increasing Authoritarianism

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on the standoff in Nevada. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to increase freedom by limiting government to its constitutional limitations. Please join our efforts. Nevada Standoff a Symptom of Increasing Authoritarianism   The nation’s attention has for […]


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