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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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Iowa tries to keep millions from tax that doesn’t exist

File this under actions taken by lawmakers that do not surprise me. From Watchdog.org For six years, the state has collected more than $20 million for a tax that didn’t exist. When questioned about it, the Legislature adopted the solution preferred by small children who’ve done something wrong — they pretended it never happened. In […]


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Join C4L at the Florida Liberty Summit!

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul is headed to Orlando, Florida on Friday, April 4 to speak to the Florida Liberty Summit at the DoubleTree Hotel at Sea World.  He will speak at 7:30 PM.  After his speech, Dr. Paul will attend a book signing and a reception sponsored by The Campaign for Liberty Foundation.  […]


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Raw Milk Upsets “Big Milk”

The dairy lobby, or Big Milk, is upset over Rep. Thomas Massie’s introduction of the “Milk Freedom Act,” H.R. 4307 that would allow for the interstate sale of raw milk, and the “Interstate Milk Freedom Act,” H.R. 4308 that would allow the interstate sale of raw milk between two states where the sale of raw […]


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Ron Paul Headed to California!

Coming off his sold-out Syracuse event, C4L Chairman Ron Paul is headed to California on Wednesday, April 9th, where he’ll speak in the University Theater at California State University, East Bay starting at 4pm!  The event is cosponsored by The Smith Center for Private Enterprise Studies and The Independent Institute. While you can get in […]


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