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Cleveland rocks

Last Tuesday, Cleveland’s voters passed an ordinance removing red light cameras (more accurately named scameras, as they are a scam on drivers) from their city. Installed in the name of safety (it’s for the children!), red light scameras actually serve as a way for revenue-hungry governments to extort money from drivers without giving them due process. […]


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C4L Strongly Opposes Online Gambling Ban

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty issued the following statement from C4L President John Tate strongly opposing the “Restoration of America’s Wire Act” (S. 2159/ H.R. 4301), which would institute a federal ban on online gambling, despite current law and the United States Constitution respecting the authority of the states to regulate Internet gambling. S. […]


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Don’t be fooled: Net neutrality is all about cronyism

There are two articles out that go into greater detail as to why Campaign for Liberty is against so-called “Net Neutrality.” The first is an excellent article over at Rare that does a good job of explaining one problem with Net Neutrality: cronyism For years, Internet giants like Facebook, Google, and Netflix have been pushing […]


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Campaign for Liberty brings people together

Congratulations to my friends Jack Hunter, editor of RARE and regular LPAC speaker, and Brittany Elisa-Leme Hemsath on their engagement. Jack and Brittany met at LPAC 2011 and starting dating shortly after LPAC 2012. Jack and Brittany were both active in Ron Paul’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns. Many readers of this blog will remember that Jack was […]


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Bloomberg heads to the states. We’ll see him there.

Politico’s Mike Allen reports today on former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s shifting electoral focus, writing: So as the former New York mayor turned activist for gun control, healthier food choices, education reform, and other issues makes his spending plans for the next two years, he plans to weight his contributions more toward ballot measures, […]


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