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Malala Yousafzai confronts President Obama on drone strikes

 
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Malala Yousafzai confronts President Obama on drone strikes

Last week, Malala Yousafzai, the 16-year-old shot in the head by the Taliban for speaking out in favor of women’s education in Pakistan, met with President Obama at the White House. At the meeting she offered some sharp criticism of The United States’ drone program, something she has experienced firsthand: In a meeting that included […]


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Syria is About Washington Versus America

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Campaign for Liberty issued the following response to President Obama’s speech on Syria this evening: “The debate over whether to intervene in Syria is not about Republicans versus Democrats. It is about Washington versus the rest of America,” said Campaign for Liberty President John Tate. “The American people overwhelmingly oppose US intervention. The […]


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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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11 Reasons Not to Intervene in Syria

It’s that time of year again.  Children are heading back to school, leaves will soon be turning, pools are closing, and the President is itching to drag our country into yet another armed conflict. The American people have seen this show before, and this latest rerun isn’t any more convincing. While the list could be […]


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To War!

The war drums are beating loudly in Washington. But I have to ask, what’s the rush? For the second time in this administration, we find the President eagerly bolting headlong into war without congressional approval. As in Libya, uncertainties abound, and serious questions remain unanswered: Who are the rebels? What are America’s strategic goals? What […]


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