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Campaign for Liberty Opposes Military Intervention in Syria

 
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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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Statement from C4L President John Tate on President Obama’s Executive Orders

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate in response to President Obama issuing twenty-three executive orders concerning gun control:   “President Obama’s willingness to completely usurp Congressional authority at the stroke of a pen and threaten the rights of Americans to keep their medical records out of […]


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Voting Against Sandy Relief is the Only Moral Option

By: John Watts When the House returns to session next week, one of the first items on the agenda will be whether or not a further $51 billion should be allocated to relief for Superstorm Sandy.  The President has already signed into law $9.7 billion to FEMA to pay for flood insurance claims resulting from […]


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“Freshman Class Stories” From Rep. Justin Amash

Congressman Justin Amash (MI-3) spoke to the Liberty Political Action Conference on Thursday, September 13, 2012, regarding his experiences during his freshman term in Congress.


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Fighting for Internet Freedom

Over the past few weeks, members from the House and Senate have been meeting trying to broker a last-minute “cybersecurity” deal! C4L has repeatedly warned that in addition to President Obama’s draft-Executive Order, a last-minute deal was in the works in Congress, and it’s up to us to stop it. Please sign our Internet Freedom […]


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