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

Civil Disobedience

On this Martin Luther King, Jr. day, let us remember the important principle of nonviolent direct action that brought about an end to segregation in the South, civil disobedience. I'd encourage our readers to spend a moment today reading through and reflecting on King's Letter from a Birmingham Jail where he specifically responds to critics of his […]


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The Need for Due Process

In a NYT op-ed this weekend, a former Guantanamo Bay inmate — falsely accused — writes about the seven years he spent in Gitmo before his release in a piece called "My Guantanamo Nightmare." ON Wednesday, America’s detention camp at Guant


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Liberty NewsWire – 1/11/12

The hot-button anti-piracy legislation that sparked a revolt online is starting to become a political liability for some of SOPA’s major backers. Fueled by Web activists and online fundraising tools, challengers are using the bill to tag its congressional supporters as backers of Big Government — and raise campaign cash while they’re at it. – Politico SOPA […]


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Senator Lee Wants Answers On Cordray Appointment

In a recent press release, Senator Lee called on the White House to release the "legal and constitutional rationale" for appointing Cordray as CFPB head during a pro forma session of Congress. WASHINGTON – The President’s decision yesterday to bypass the Senate and make four controversial recess appointments shows an alarming disrespect for Congress and our constitutional […]


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DOJ Releases Documents on Bush-Era “Gun Walking”

Politico is reporting the Justice Department released memos today on a Bush-era "gun walking" operation known as "Wide Receiver" conducted between 2006-2007.  Eric Holder made the documents public in response to a subpoena for documents on "Operation Fast & Furious" by Rep. Darrell Issa. It's clear this is simply an attempt by Holder and the DOJ […]


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