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Welcome aboard, Norm and Megan!

Our latest press release announces the hiring of two new staffers, Norman Singleton and Megan Stiles.  Norm previously served as Congressman Ron Paul’s Legislative Director (and was his longest-serving Washington office staffer), and Megan was the Communications Director for the Republican Party of Iowa for the 2012 general election.  She also worked on the Ron Paul […]


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Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed in the 113th Congress!

Day one of the 113th Congress, and even though Dr. Paul is no longer in Congress, his influence clearly still is. Rep. Paul Broun (GA-10) has reintroduced Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed as H.R. 24 and promises to “pick up where Ron Paul left off” on the issue. In his press release announcing the bill introduction, […]


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“We Are Already Over the Fiscal Cliff”

Below is a statement on H.R. 8, the so-called “fiscal cliff” “deal,” from our Honorary Chairman Ron Paul: Statement on the Motion to Concur in the Senate Amendments to H.R. 8 We Are Already Over the Fiscal Cliff 2 January 2013 Despite claims that the Administration and Congress saved America from the fiscal cliff with […]


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Assuming Responsibility in an Irresponsible World

By Sam Aydlette           “With great power comes great responsibility.”  Uncle Ben utters these profound words in Stan Lee’s classic Spiderman comic book series.  Although he is referring to his nephew’s new superpowers, there are definite parallels to the rest of us, the ‘non-superpower’ types.  Whether we believe it or not, our status as American citizens […]


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Stop the Statists’ Deal!

The latest email from C4L President John Tate focuses on the statists’ deal concerning the so-called “fiscal cliff”: The statists’ sweetheart “deal” they rammed through the U.S. Senate at 2 a.m. this morning – while they thought absolutely no one was looking – is set to be voted on in the U.S. House at any […]


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