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Big Wins In An Otherwise Bad Bill

There is a lot to be upset about in the new 1603 page “CRomnibus” released late last night, much of which we probably haven’t even noticed yet. But Campaign for Liberty scored some important victories in specifically what was not included in the bill. First, there was no policy rider for an unconstitutional ban on […]


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C4L Joins Call to End the Ex-Im Bank!

Campaign for Liberty President John Tate recently joined with 42 other signatories in sending a letter to all Senate and House Republicans to oppose reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank. The Ex-Im Bank, long a target of C4L Chairman Ron Paul’s, is one of the most brazen examples of corporate welfare and crony capitalism. The bank […]


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Ron Paul and the Liberty Movement have changed the discussion in Washington, D.C.

A potential showdown this fall over the reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank (or, Ex-Im Bank) could be a bellwether of just how much Ron Paul and the Liberty Movement have changed the discussion in Washington, D.C. over the past six years. In a post titled “Welcome to Dave Brat’s America: Majority Leader-elect Kevin McCarthy says […]


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Eximbank: Bank of Boeing and big political donors

Supporters of the Export-Import Bank (Eximbank) claim that small, struggling businesses are the greatest beneficiaries of the Eximbank’s programs. Of course, even if that where the case it would in no way justify using taxpayer money to support projects that are unable to obtain funding in the market. But not only does the claim that Eximbank […]


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Don’t Ex-Tend Ex-Im

In Forbes online today, Doug Bandow lays out the case for why Congress should refuse to renew the Export-Import Bank when its authorization expires later this year: Nothing brings out the well-tailored lobbyists in Washington quite like a threat to corporate welfare.  With the Export-Import Bank’s legal authorization set to run out this year, the Chamber […]


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