AR-15 Giveaway!

Campaign for Liberty is giving away a brand new Colt LE6920MP-B AR-15 equipped with a red dot sight....

... CUSTOM ENGRAVED with Ron Paul's Signature & Campaign for Liberty's logo!

The AR-15 will also come with Magpul stock, pistol grip, handguard, and vertical grip and back-up sight.

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Liberty NewsWire – November 10, 2011

Amid an uproar from conservative critics, the Obama administration has decided to delay implementation of a fee that would have allowed the Christmas tree industry to create a promotional campaign to encourage people to buy fresh-cut pine trees, the White House said Wednesday. – CBS "Christmas Tree Tax" Put on Hold – CBS TSA's 10th […]


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Liberty NewsWire – November 9, 2011

The Obama administration has imposed a 15-cent tax on Christmas trees in order to pay for a new board tasked with promoting the Christmas tree industry. – Fox News   Say Hello to the Christmas Tree Tax – Fox News   Ohio Voters Reject Insurance Mandate – Cleveland Plain Dealer   Government Phone Tracking Faces […]


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VIDEO: “Liberty, Security, and the TSA”

In this latest video from Learn Liberty, Professor James Otteson argues the problem with the TSA is "that they've chosen to trade off all of your liberty, all of your privacy, against security."   Some people, he argues, may want to trade off all of their liberty and privacy for security, most people won't. Therefore, […]


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Abolish the TSA!

I've had it with the TSA. I'm disgusted by having to write about their offensive, innappropriate screening procedures and agent misconduct on a regular basis. I'm fed up with them getting a 'pass' around the Constitution in the name of "national security." In this latest example, a young woman who travels frequently for work was […]


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Action Alert: Net Neutrality Vote This Week!

This week, a vote will be held on S.J.Res. 6, "a joint resolution disapproving the rule submitted by the Federal Communications Commission with respect to regulating the Internet and broadband industry practices." Though so-called "net neutrality" rules were never passed by Congress, this year, the FCC attempted to push through their own regulations, currently set […]


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