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Politicians Denounce Recent Supreme Court Ruling

In Maryland v. King, by a vote of 5-4, the Supreme Court held that police can forcibly take DNA samples without a search warrant from individuals arrested for a serious crime. In a fiery dissent, Justice Scalia wrote, “Make no mistake about it: As an entirely predictable consequence of today’s decision, your DNA can be taken and […]

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Why Big Bussiness support Internet Sales Taxes

The following lines from Frank Chodorov’s “Taxation is Robbery” may have been written in 1962 but, sadly, they are still relevant today, as large corporations like Wal-Mart and continue to a support policies such as the National Internet Tax Mandate, which harm their smaller competitors (hat tip Lew Rockwell): Where a considerable outlay in […]

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C4L Supports Industrial Hemp

Today, C4L President John Tate penned a letter to senators urging them to support Senator Ron Wyden’s industrial hemp amendment to the farm bill. The text of Senator Wyden’s amendment is identical to S. 359, the Industrial Hemp Farming Act. Read the full letter below: Industrial Hemp Farming Act

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Intern With Campaign for Liberty This Fall!

Campaign for Liberty is looking for dedicated, liberty-minded high school or college students to intern for our fall semester (August 19 – December 13). The responsibilities of this paid internship include answering phones, handling correspondence, data entry, research projects, occasional blogging, aiding in the organization of petition drives to Congress, and assisting staff members when necessary. In […]

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Principles vs. Preferences

By: Jessie Markell A common dilemma in politics is weighing one’s personal preferences versus their political principles. A good example in the news would be the Marketplace Fairness Act. The proponents of the terrible piece of legislation have signed onto the bill claiming it levels the playing field between online retailers and “brick-and-mortar” businesses. The […]

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