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Brian Doherty on what’s next for the liberty movement

 
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Brian Doherty on what’s next for the liberty movement

In case you missed it, Reason senior editor Brian Doherty, author of Ron Paul’s R3VOLution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired, had a piece in the New York Times earlier this month on the future of the libertarian movement after Ron Paul. Now, it is inaccurate to say that the liberty movement is somehow in […]


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America is Ready to Audit the Fed

By: David Heacock A quick search this morning for articles on the Federal Reserve returned some headlines that are telling of the public’s sentiment toward the Central Bank, namely: “Federal Reserve policies hurt the poor,” “Two Awful Anniversaries: Income Tax and Federal Reserve,” and “The Real Risk-Takers Are at the Federal Reserve.” Many are skeptical […]


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Audit the Fed Gains Steam!

Thanks to an impressive level of grassroots advocacy from C4L members nationwide, Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed continues to pick up cosponsors in both the House and Senate. The House bill, H.R. 24, currently has 117 cosponsors, while the Senate bill, S. 209, picked up three since its introduction this week, including a high-profile cosponsor […]


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Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed Bill Reintroduced in Senate

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- On Monday, Senator Rand Paul, (R-KY) introduced S. 209, Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed bill, which calls for a “full audit of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Federal Reserve banks by the Comptroller General of the United States.”   The bill is identical to Congressman Ron Paul’s Audit the Fed […]


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Important Message from Dr. Paul

Below is the latest message from C4L Chairman Ron Paul, discussing the need for liberty activists to draw a line in the sand in defense of our civil liberties. As Americans’ tears fell and our blood boiled as we watched the smoke billowing from the sites of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, few Americans could have foreseen […]


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