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Campaign for Liberty’s Norm Singleton on Obamacare, Auditing the Fed, and the Libertarian Moment

 
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Campaign for Liberty’s Norm Singleton on Obamacare, Auditing the Fed, and the Libertarian Moment

Check out C4L’s Vice President of Policy, Norm Singleton, in an interview with Reason TV about Campaign for Liberty’s latest legislative battles.


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Catoosa County C4L Blocks Taxpayer Bailout

Way to go Catoosa County (GA) Campaign for Liberty! Members showed up to a County Commissioner’s meeting and successfully blocked a proposed $35 Million taxpayer bailout of the Hutcheson Medical Center. “I think they did the right thing today. There’s too much we don’t know,” said Joanna Skiles, a coordinator for Catoosa Campaign for Liberty, the […]


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Syria is About Washington Versus America

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia – Campaign for Liberty issued the following response to President Obama’s speech on Syria this evening: “The debate over whether to intervene in Syria is not about Republicans versus Democrats. It is about Washington versus the rest of America,” said Campaign for Liberty President John Tate. “The American people overwhelmingly oppose US intervention. The […]


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Campaign for Liberty Opposes Military Intervention in Syria

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate opposing United States military intervention in the Syrian civil war: “Despite overwhelming opposition from the American people, President Obama and the Congressional leadership of both parties want to involve the United States in yet another war. The Administration has not made […]


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Syrian Intervention Less Popular than Congress

According to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll, only 9 percent of Americans believe the United States should take military action in Syria. This makes Syrian intervention less popular than Congress which is currently enjoying a 15 percent approval rating. The Washington Post reports: Only nine percentof respondents said that the Obama administration should intervene militarily in Syria; […]


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