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Take Action Today to Audit the Fed!

Since our founding in 2008, Campaign for Liberty’s top legislative priority has been passing Audit the Fed. In the 111th and 112th Congress, Congressman Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill passed through the House of Representatives twice, once as an amendment and last Congress by a three-fourths majority on a stand-alone vote. Campaign for Liberty […]


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A House Divided Over NSA Spying on Americans

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on last week’ s debate and vote on Representative Justin Amash’s amendment to limit the National Security Agency’s collection of our private data. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to fight to end all unconstitutional surveillance: Last week’s House debate […]


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House Republicans Stand with Obama

The following Republicans voted with President Obama and against Rep. Justin Amash’s Amendment to stop the NSA from spying on millions of innocent Americans. Is your Congressman on this list? Call them: 202-224-3121 Check out the full roll call vote. Aderholt Alexander Bachmann Barr Benishek Bilirakis Boehner Bonner Boustany Brady (TX) Brooks (AL) Brooks (IN) […]


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House Blocks Unauthorized Military Aid to Egypt

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate celebrating the passage of Representative Thomas Massie’s (R-KY) amendment to the House Defense Appropriations Act (H.R. 2397) by voice vote blocking unauthorized military aid to Egypt: “Today, the House of Representatives voted to end sending unauthorized US tax dollars to fund military operations […]


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House Republicans Stand with Obama to Spy on Americans

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate condemning the defeat of Representative Justin Amash’s (R-MI) amendment to the House Department of Defense Appropriations Act (H.R. 2397). Representative Amash’s amendment would have limited blanket collection of innocent Americans’ metadata by the National Security Agency. Previously, the White House called for the […]


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