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Campaign for Liberty Opposes Ryan-Murray Budget Deal

 
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Campaign for Liberty Opposes Ryan-Murray Budget Deal

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate today in opposition to the Ryan-Murray budget deal: “Campaign for Liberty strongly opposes any budget deal that raises taxes and increases spending,” said John Tate. “The Ryan-Murray budget will increase spending, increase our debt, and further burden the futures of our […]


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Congress reopens government, suspends debt ceiling, fails to address fiscal reality

Late last night Congress congratulated itself for temporarily reopening the government for 90 days and suspending the debt ceiling until February, with exactly zero plans to address the nation’s addiction to spending. The measure overwhelmingly passed both houses (81-18 in the Senate, 285-144 in the House) and President Obama immediately signed it into law. Because […]


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Campaign for Liberty Slams Latest GOP Sellout

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Campaign for Liberty President John Tate released the following statement after reports that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell have reached a deal to suspend the debt ceiling and temporarily open the government: “This so-called ‘compromise’ continues the old Washington way of thinking that we can close our […]


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John Tate: Our nation has been in default for a long time

Campaign for Liberty President John Tate writes in The Daily Caller about how the current debate in Washington over raising the debt ceiling ignores the basic fact that the US is broke and can no longer pay its bills. I can give you nearly 17 trillion reasons why our nation has been in default for a […]


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Syria Distraction

By: Michael Clayton Everywhere you look in the media, the debate of a possible strike on Syria dominates the headlines. What happened to the other major issues that Congress was supposed to be concerned with this session? Federal Budget & Debt Ceiling: Without a doubt the most pressing issues… The new fiscal year begins on […]


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