Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Harvard graduate, could use a lesson not only in history but in the First Amendment to the Constitution, you know, the document he swore to uphold and protect. The money quote from The Washington Times: I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on what’s being […]
A Florida man has been charged with obstruction of justice and resisting arrest after he recorded police arresting another individual on his cell phone. From CBS Miami: Estrada says he began recording the episode with his iPhone only after the officer removed Trigiano from the store and threw the handcuffed man to the ground. The […]
Yesterday, The Washington Times had a great editorial highlighting the most recent IRS abuses, including the targeting of Campaign for Liberty. The tax man, not at all intimidated by widespread disgust at his behavior, is getting ever more aggressive in his pursuit of critics of the Obama administration. The directors of the IRS don’t care […]
Recently, the IRS levied a fine (plus interest for each day it’s not paid) against Campaign for Liberty for withholding the names of our donors from the IRS on our annual 990 filing. As a matter of principle, C4L believes it is vital to protect the privacy of our donors to prevent some form of […]
Today in a 5-4 decision, the United States Supreme Court struck down a provision of the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, more commonly referred to as McCain-Feingold, saying that limiting the amount of money individuals may contribute in a given election cycle was unconstitutional. Previously under the law, an individual was limited to contributing $123,200 to […]
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