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This isn’t freedom; this is fear.

“This isn’t freedom, this is fear.” That statement was uttered by an American hero and champion of the Constitution upon hearing of a plan to place drone-like devices over the earth. These devices would have the ability to preemptively take out anyone the agency deploying the drones has determined could be a threat. The person who […]


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Federal Government: Sorry America, no powdered alcohol for you

Last week, the Federal Alcohol, Tobacco, Tax, and Trade Bureau announced it had approved the sale of powdered alcohol, which is dry alcohol that can be mixed with water to create an alcoholic beverage. Today the agency announced that the initial approval was issued “in error” and has now been rescinded. So we can add […]


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Nevada Standoff a Symptom of Increasing Authoritarianism

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s latest Texas Straight Talk on the standoff in Nevada. Under Dr. Paul’s leadership, Campaign for Liberty will continue to work to increase freedom by limiting government to its constitutional limitations. Please join our efforts. Nevada Standoff a Symptom of Increasing Authoritarianism   The nation’s attention has for […]


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Welfare Queens give Congress ulitmatium

The international welfare queens at the International Monetary Fund (IMF) are demanding that the US Congress approve “reforms” that give Russia and China more say over how the taxpayer dollars the US Government sends to the IMF are spent. The IMF has said that unless Congress passes those reforms by the end of the year, […]


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US Government is the world’s third largest economy

Anyone who doubts that government spending at all levels is out of control should consider Mike Flynn of Breitbart’s analysis  of how government spending at the federal, state, and local levels compares to the world’s major economies.   The United States government spent a total of $3.5 trillion last year, equal to the gross national product […]


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