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Campaign for Liberty Urges NO Vote on Yellen

 
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Campaign for Liberty Urges NO Vote on Yellen

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate today urging the Senate to vote “No” on Janet Yellen’s nomination to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve, unless there is a vote on ‘Audit the Fed’ (S.209): “Nearly 75 percent of the American people want to audit the Federal […]


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Grant the American People the Transparency They Deserve

Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate after the Senate Banking Committee approved Janet Yellen 14-8 to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve. The full Senate will take up her nomination in the coming weeks. “The Federal Reserve’s actions affect the lives of every single American. Allowing the […]


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Senator Rand Paul places hold on Janet Yellen nomination

Tonight, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky) informed Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid that he “will object to any unanimous consent agreement or the waiver of any rule with respect to the nomination of Dr. Yellen” unless “Audit the Fed” (S.209) is brought to the floor of the Senate for an up or down vote. With nearly […]


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Libertarians co-opting anti-NSA rally?

On Monday, Salon published an article by Tom Watson which argued that liberals shouldn’t align with libertarians over the fight to roll back NSA surveillance. At issue is the Stop Watching Us rally, of which Campaign for Liberty is a proud coalition sponsor. The rally is bringing together a wide range of groups from all […]


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Ron Paul Statement on Yellen Nomination

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Campaign for Liberty issued the following statement from Chairman Dr. Ron Paul on the nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next Chair of the Federal Reserve: “Many will make a big deal about the nomination of Janet Yellen to be the next Fed Chair, but the reality is, as long as we […]


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