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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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Kid builds free library for Mother’s Day, Town shuts it down

Your daily facepalm. Nine-year-old Spencer Collins of Leawood, Kansas decided to build a free library on his parents’ property for Mother’s Day. Unfortunately for the citizens of Leawood, the town is fighting back against the tyranny of free books. From Watchdog: A municipal statute designed to ban all detached structures is being levied against Leawood residents […]


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2014 Wisconsin Sheriff Candidate Survey

Attached is Wisconsin Campaign for Liberty’s 2014 Sheriff Candidate Survey. This survey is a member mailed survey.  Do you have a primary in your county for sheriff?  Contact the county clerk, get their contact information, and send them the candidate survey to put them on record. Be sure to include the return envelope for the […]


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Virginia Defeats ObamaCare’s Medicaid Expansion — For Now…

Late last night, the General Assembly wrapped up its special session and finalized a budget — without ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion! You may recall McAuliffe tried to veto a provision prohibiting the Governor from unilaterally proceeding to expand Medicaid under ObamaCare, but Speaker Bill Howell ruled it out of order last night and cast the veto […]


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VA Governor McAuliffe Drunk on Power?

Following Governor McAuliffe’s press conference today where he announced he would use the line-item veto power to abolish the Medicaid  Innovation and Reform Commission (MIRC), so he could unilaterally pursue ObamaCare’s Medicaid expansion in Virginia, it would seem McAuliffe is drunk on something stronger than Puerto Rican rum. The Governor’s actions and Attorney General’s “advice” are flat-out […]


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