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It’s candidate survey time again!

As you probably already know one of Campaign For Liberty’s biggest projects is the annual survey sent out to candidates where we try to pin slippery politicians down on liberty issues. These surveys have been mailed out and the deadline has passed! Thank you to everyone that helped pin down politicians on liberty issues. Please […]


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Internet Sales Tax: Bad for Business

“The Internet sales tax will help Main Street businesses.” At least that’s what those in favor of the National Internet Tax Mandate would have you believe. If passed by the House of Representatives and signed into law, this bill will require businesses to comply with out-of-state sales tax codes – over 9,600 codes nationwide. Yet […]


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Tickets going fast‏

Dear Patriot, A few days ago, John Tate shared exciting details about the One-Day Political Leadership School coming to Maine. The response has been tremendous, and tickets are going fast! Are you ready to effect major political change and reclaim your lost liberties? Are you ready to make the politicians finally listen and undo the […]


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Wisconsin 69th & 21st Assembly Special Election Republican Primary Candidate Survey 2013

Dear Supporter, Campaign for Liberty gave candidates for 69th & 21st Assembly Special Elections an opportunity to provide a straight answer to the following questions.  The candidates’ answers can be seen below the list of questions. QUESTIONS  Will you oppose efforts to cooperate with a national ID card system and vote to block all state […]


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Feds Try to Close the Ocean Because of Shutdown

by Mike Flynn Just before the weekend, the National Park Service informed charter boat captains in Florida that the Florida Bay was “closed” due to the shutdown. Until government funding is restored, the fishing boats are prohibited from taking anglers into 1,100 square-miles of open ocean. Fishing is also prohibited at Biscayne National Park during […]


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