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Campaign for Liberty calls out UN on Press Freedom hypocrisy

Sunday was United Nation's "World Press Freedom Day." While calling attention to the importance of press freedom is an important and worthy activity, the United Nations presuming to lecture the rest of the world about press freedom is about as [...]

Ron Paul's Testimony to the FEC

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul submitted testimony to the FEC urging the organization to reduce burdensome regulations on political organizations such as Campaign for Liberty. You can read his testimony below: Official Comments of [...]

Man arrested for recording police on cell phone

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 [...]

When the IRS Attacks

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 [...]

John Tate's Testimony for the FEC

C4L President John Tate submitted testimony before the FEC urging the organization to reduce regulations on political organizations such as Campaign for Liberty. There will be a public hearing on February 11th on proposed regulations. Stay tuned [...]

Harvard grad Sen. Chuck Schumer doesn't know author of Bill of Rights

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 [...]

Washington Times: The IRS needs a good spanking

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 [...]

Supreme Court Strikes Down Aggregate Campaign Contribution Limits

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 [...]