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IRS abuses: It did not start with the Tea Party

 
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IRS abuses: It did not start with the Tea Party

Those who think that the IRS’s targeting of political organizations is a new phenomenon should read James Bovard’s “The Sordid History of IRS Political Abuse.” Bovard goes through the IRS’s sordid history of targeting political opponents of the current administration, a history that dates backs to the agency’s founding: The IRS has a long history of […]


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Victory for Privacy

In addition to passing the Massie Hemp Amendment last night, the House of Representatives also passed Congressman Ted Poe’s amendment ending funding for the American Community Survey. The Poe amendment passed by voice vote. The passage of these two amendments is more evidence of the liberty movement’s growing influence. Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul […]


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The VA Scandal is Just the Tip of the Military Abuse Iceberg

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s Memorial Day Texas Straight Talk on how America’s hyper-interventionist foreign policy harms the troops as much (or more) as the Veteran’s Administration scandal. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to ensure our troops are not sent abroad unless there is a legitimate […]


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Ron Paul Classic: Internet Sales Tax Could Crush Small Businesses

The folks who labeled supporters of the Internet Sales Tax Mandate “champions of Main Street” could benefit from Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s 2013 column explaining how the Internet Sales Tax will harm small business and stop entrepreneurs from creating the next generation of Amazons and Overstock.com. Dr. Paul is particularly interested in this […]


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Join Ron Paul at LPAC 2014!

Join us in Alexandria, Virginia, this September 18-20 for the 2014 Liberty Political Action Conference and learn from the best how to become the most effective grassroots activist possible!  Visit www.LPAC.com for more information.


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