Campaign for Liberty Survey Program
Find out where your federal and state candidates stand on the issues important to you.
 

Sunscreen on my shoulder is not the FDA’s business

On Monday, Congress passed the Sunscreen Innovation Act (HR 4250). This act is designed to reduce the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s backlog of applications for approval of new sunscreen ingredients. The bill requires the FDA to make a final decision on the existing sunscreen applications within 8 months, and imposes an 11 month deadline […]


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TSA offers $15,000 for best idea to reduce security lines

The Transportation Security Administration is offering prizes totally $15,000 for individuals who submit the best ideas on how to reduce security lines at our nation’s airport. From the Washington Post: The TSA is offering as much as $15,000 to anyone who can devise a new security line system. It’s asking so-called “solvers” to build on […]


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Ron Paul on CNBC: Give Free Markets A Chance

Austrian economists define inflation as an increase in the money supply, which in turn leads to higher prices for goods and services. This is important to note for a number of reasons, but most importantly for the point made by Ludwig von Mises in his 1951 essay “Inflation: An Unworkable Fiscal Policy,” highlighted in the […]


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Police place pregnant woman in choke hold for grilling in front of her house

Just days after NYPD officers were accused of suffocating a man to death for selling illegal cigarettes, comes more bad news for the citizens of New York. Rosan Miller, 27, who is seven months pregnant, released photos of what appears to be police officers putting her in a choke hold while placing her under arrest. What […]


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Ron Paul Classic: Oppose the Defense Production Act

UPDATE TWO: The legislation renewing the Defense Production Act passed Congress by a vote of 386-32. Thanks to the 32 members who opposed the bill, and thanks Representative Thomas Massie for making sure there was a roll-call vote. UPDATE: VOTE IS EXPECTED BETWEEN 4:30-6 EST TODAY SO STILL TIME TO CALL YOUR REPRESENTATIVE Tomorrow, the […]


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