Campaign for Liberty Survey Program
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C4L Joins Call to End the Ex-Im Bank!

Campaign for Liberty President John Tate recently joined with 42 other signatories in sending a letter to all Senate and House Republicans to oppose reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank. The Ex-Im Bank, long a target of C4L Chairman Ron Paul’s, is one of the most brazen examples of corporate welfare and crony capitalism. The bank […]


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Bipartisan group of lawmakers urge McCarthy to hold vote on Audit the Fed

Today, a bipartisan group of lawmakers sent a letter to House Majority Whip and House Majority Leader-elect Kevin McCarthy, urging him to take action on H.R. 24 “Audit the Fed.” Congressman Paul Broun (R-Ga), the lead sponsor of H.R. 24, penned the letter, which was signed by 22 fellow House Members. HR 24 Audit the […]


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House GOP Transportation bill: More Wimpy Budgeting

Today, the House passed legislation (HR 5021) to fund the Highway Trust Fund for one year. Authority for the fund, which provides federal money for transportation projects–defined as including not just highways but mass transit projects, bike and walking trails, and “scenic overlooks”–expires at the end of September. The Highway Trust Fund is supposed to […]


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Pennsylvania sends draft notices to men born in 1800s

Yikes! The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation sent notices out to 14,000 men born in the 1800s telling them they must register for the draft. From Reuters: Jane Huey was surprised, to say the least, when a letter arrived at her Kingston, Pennsylvania, home urging Bert Huey to register to be drafted into the U.S. military. […]


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No, Fewer Turnovers Won’t Prevent Minimum Wage Layoffs

By: Colin Combs On July 5th, Jared Bernstein wrote for the Washington Post that “No, raising the minimum wage doesn’t lead to layoffs”. He then proceeded to immediately contradict that statement by moving his goalpost over to saying that minimum wage layoffs are only “moderate”. The rest of the article can be summed up by […]


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