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Don’t want to drug your child? You may be a criminal

During his years in Congress, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul often spoke out against the over-use of “psychotropic” drugs like Ritalin. Despite psychotropic drugs’ documented dangers, they are still prescribed to children without parental consent. Some parents have even lost custody of their children for defying government officials and medical “experts” and refusing to […]


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Thanks but no Tanks Texas!

Texas Campaign For Liberty is helping you fight back against the over militarization of our local police departments. This alarming trend makes our police departments look more like private armies instead of civilian police forces. The latest toys coming from the sugar daddy feds are MRAP armored tank style vehicles. These 36,000 pound war machines […]


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Williamson County C4L goes after Round Rock Ticket Cameras

Williamson County Campaign For Liberty¬†is urging residents to contact Round Rock city council and mayor to turn off the dangerous and unconstitutional red light cameras. Texas C4L recently exposed the fact that injuries and fatalities have increased at Round Rock camera locations and the city continues to write a fat monthly check to the foreign […]


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Forty-nine states tracking your prescriptions in databases

Forty-nine states are tracking all of your prescriptions in state-run databases and politicians and law enforcement hope to make Missouri the 50th state. Lawmakers say this is necessary to combat prescription pain-killer abuse, but this is a nothing more than an invasion of privacy. Who wants the government to know what medicine you take? From […]


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Campaign for Liberty Strongly Opposes Phony ‘Audit the Fed’ Effort

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty strongly opposes the GAO audit provision in H.R. 5018 The Federal Reserve Accountability and Transparency Act, legislation that would bring neither accountability nor full transparency to the Federal Reserve. The bill, introduced by Representative Scott Garrett (R-NJ) and Representative Bill Huizenga (R-MI) does not require a full GAO audit of […]


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