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11 Reasons Not to Intervene in Syria

 
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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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House Blocks Unauthorized Military Aid to Egypt

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate celebrating the passage of Representative Thomas Massie’s (R-KY) amendment to the House Defense Appropriations Act (H.R. 2397) by voice vote blocking unauthorized military aid to Egypt: “Today, the House of Representatives voted to end sending unauthorized US tax dollars to fund military operations […]


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Rand Paul’s Foreign Policy Speech

I know many C4L members are interested in reading or watching Senator Paul’s speech from earlier today at Heritage. The full text of Senator Paul’s speech is below: Foreign policy is uniquely an arena where we should base decisions on the landscape of the world as it is . . . not as we wish […]


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Restoring the Founders’ Vision of Foreign Policy

By: David Heacock As a participant in C4L’s intern program, I am privileged to be able to take part in the fight for liberty in Washington while also being able to attend some unique events. One thing I’m really looking forward to is hearing Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) speak this week at the Heritage Foundation […]


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