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Tell your Representative to Oppose Online Gambling Ban!

Congressman Frank LoBiondo (R-NJ) is circulating a letter to House Speaker John Boehner urging him to oppose any attempt to ban online gambling in the lame duck session. C4L members should contact their Representative and tell them to sign on to LoBiondo’s letter. The text of the letter is below: The Honorable John Boehner Speaker of […]

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Ron Paul Supports Keeping Massie-Lofgren Amendment

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul released the following statement after reports that House Leadership plans to remove the popular Massie-Lofgren NDAA amendment that reformed NSA spying programs from the Omnibus spending bill. The amendment passed the House in June by a vote of 293-123 and prohibits the National Security Agency from conducting warrantless searches […]

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Judge Napolitano Schools Jon Stewart on Capitalism

Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on The Daily show on Monday night to talk about his new book, Suicide Pact: The Radical Expansion of Presidential Powers and the Lethal Threat to American Liberty. At one point in the conversation, Stewart asked Napolitano, “but if we are the best in this system, so that would be like […]

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Your deadbeat Uncle Sam…

Ever have a friend or family member who is constantly in debt and whose idea of fiscal responsibility is to get an increase in their credit card limit in order to pay off their debts? Well, we all have such a relative… our Uncle Sam. Since October 1, the beginning of the new Fiscal Year, […]

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Study: Net Neutrality Will Mean $17 Billion Tax Hike

According to a new study from the Progressive Policy Institute, President Obama’s call to regulate the Internet like a public utility would mean a $17 Billion tax hike for Americans. From The Hill: Reclassifying Web service would likely force broadband subscribers to pay extra state and local fees, as well as contribute to an FCC fund […]

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