Today, the United States Senate had a hearing with the Orwellian title “Examining a Constitutional Amendment to Restore Democracy to the American People.” The hearing should have been called “Examining a proposal to deny First Amendment Rights to people and organizations that we do not like.” The subject of the hearing was a proposed constitutional […]
Last week, Representative Steve Scalise (LA-01), Chairman of the Republican Study Committee, Representative Mark Meadows (NC-11), and Representative Brad Wenstrup (OH-02) wrote IRS Commissioner John Koskinen requesting that the IRS abandon their plans to “rewrite” their proposed rule limiting the ability of groups like Campaign for Liberty to inform our members about their elected official’s […]
SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate on the IRS’s decision to delay proposed rules targeting political groups: “While many, even on the right, are claiming victory, it is too soon to tell whether the rule changes will protect pro-liberty groups from IRS targeting. Conservative and pro-liberty […]
This is why Campaign for Liberty is refusing IRS demands that we turn over donor information. According to a study conducted by the House Ways and Means Committee, 10 percent of donors to tea party groups were audited by the IRS after those groups provided donor information to the IRS. From The Washington Times: Despite […]
Today Campaign for Liberty applauded the House of Representatives for calling on Attorney General Eric Holder to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate and prosecute the IRS’s targeting of conservative groups. “The IRS’s political targeting of conservative groups is inexcusable and is just the latest example of why a growing number of Americans have no […]
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