Campaign for Liberty Survey Program
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Ron Paul Classic: Internet Sales Taxes Harms Future Entrepreneurs

Senators trying to sneak the National Internet Sales Tax into law by attaching it to the Internet Access Tax Moratorium should read Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s 2013 column “Internet Sales Tax Could Crush Small Businesses.” In this column, Dr. Paul explains how the Internet Sales Tax will discourage future entrepreneurs from creating the […]


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Campaign for Liberty Strongly Opposes Internet Sales Tax Bill

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia - Today, Campaign for Liberty again came out strongly against the so-called “Marketplace Fairness Act,” which the Senate is considering attaching to the “Permanent Internet Tax Freedom Act,” despite wide opposition from the American people: “Proponents of the ‘Marketplace Fairness Act’ want us to believe this legislation is all about ‘fairness,’” said Campaign for […]


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Are There Lessons for Us Today from Nazi Gun Control?

UPDATE: If you can’t attend, watch the live stream of the event here. Campaign for Liberty members in the Bay Area may want to attend “Are There Lessons for Us Today From Nazi Gun Control?” this Thursday at the The Independent Institute’s Conference Center, 100 Swan Way, Oakland, CA 9462. The event will feature a […]


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Dirty dealing to pass the Internet Tax Mandate this week?

Unless you act NOW, the National Internet Tax Mandate could sail through the Senate this week! You see, Campaign for Liberty members have been so successful in keeping the National Internet Tax Mandate from even being considered by the U.S. House that the powerful interests behind it are being forced to “get creative.” Now, a […]


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Forty-nine states tracking your prescriptions in databases

Forty-nine states are tracking all of your prescriptions in state-run databases and politicians and law enforcement hope to make Missouri the 50th state. Lawmakers say this is necessary to combat prescription pain-killer abuse, but this is a nothing more than an invasion of privacy. Who wants the government to know what medicine you take? From […]


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