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Rand Paul Introduces National Right to Work Act

In addition to introducing Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, Senator Rand Paul has introduced the National Right to Work Act (S. 204).  This bill repeals those sections of federal law that authorize unions to require the payment of union dues as a condition of employment.  (The top eight job-growth states during President Obama’s first term […]


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John Tate Tells Senators: There’s Nothing Fair About an Internet Sales Tax

Last week, C4L President John Tate sent a letter to Senators urging them to oppose S. 336, the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” or as C4L refers to it, the “Internet Sales Tax Mandate.” On behalf of over half a million Campaign for Liberty grassroots activists across the country, I urge you to oppose S. 336, […]


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“The Drone Threat”

C4L Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk column focuses on the President’s dangerous drone program and the possibility of armed drones being used on U.S. soil: Last week, Senators threatened to put a “hold” on the nomination of John Brennan to be CIA director over his refusal to answer questions about the use of […]


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America is Ready to Audit the Fed

By: David Heacock A quick search this morning for articles on the Federal Reserve returned some headlines that are telling of the public’s sentiment toward the Central Bank, namely: “Federal Reserve policies hurt the poor,” “Two Awful Anniversaries: Income Tax and Federal Reserve,” and “The Real Risk-Takers Are at the Federal Reserve.” Many are skeptical […]


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Stop the Internet Tax Mandate

C4L President John Tate has a new op-ed in The Daily Caller today asking liberty-minded Americans to join Campaign for Liberty in fighting the new Internet Tax Mandate proposal currently in Congress.  S. 336 and H.R. 684 would turn online retailers into tax collectors for the state and could have a devastating, stifling impact on […]


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