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Mark Mix at LPAC 2013!

 
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Mark Mix at LPAC 2013!

Mark Mix, President of the National Right to Work Committee spoke at the 2013 Liberty Political Action Conference on the advance of right to work in Michigan and Indiana.


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A Grand Bargain for Liberty?

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk on the impending government “shutdown,” the battle over defunding ObamaCare, and the refusal of politicians in both parties to cut spending on the military-industrial complex. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work for cuts in all areas of government spending, […]


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Insider Trading at The Federal Reserve and Investment Giants?

It certainly seems that way. A new report from Reuters shows that the Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco) made a killing off mortgage-backed securities at the same time the firm was under contract with the Federal Reserve to implement and manage its unprecedented mortgage-backed security purchases. Based on Pimco’s asset purchases between 2008-2012, it appears that the […]


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Catoosa County C4L Blocks Taxpayer Bailout

Way to go Catoosa County (GA) Campaign for Liberty! Members showed up to a County Commissioner’s meeting and successfully blocked a proposed $35 Million taxpayer bailout of the Hutcheson Medical Center. “I think they did the right thing today. There’s too much we don’t know,” said Joanna Skiles, a coordinator for Catoosa Campaign for Liberty, the […]


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Campaign for Liberty Opposes Military Intervention in Syria

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate opposing United States military intervention in the Syrian civil war: “Despite overwhelming opposition from the American people, President Obama and the Congressional leadership of both parties want to involve the United States in yet another war. The Administration has not made […]


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