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The USA Freedom Act: A Step in the Right Direction

 
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The USA Freedom Act: A Step in the Right Direction

By: Michael Clayton Seemingly lost in the fold because of all the mess regarding Obamacare, last week, lawmakers introduced legislation to curtail the National Security Agency’s overreaching phone record collection program. The USA Freedom Act, as it is being touted, is a bipartisan effort authored by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI). […]


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Amash, King Represent GOP’s Competing Views on Congressional Approval

By: Matt McBride American children, if they have teachers who teach the real Constitution and not government propaganda, grow up learning that congressional approval is necessary for the United States to declare war and to appropriate funds to wage war. But, as a “distinguished” Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee once told Rep. Ron […]


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House Republicans Stand with Obama to Spy on Americans

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate condemning the defeat of Representative Justin Amash’s (R-MI) amendment to the House Department of Defense Appropriations Act (H.R. 2397). Representative Amash’s amendment would have limited blanket collection of innocent Americans’ metadata by the National Security Agency. Previously, the White House called for the […]


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Action Alert: Monday’s Victory and Today’s Opportunity

Read the latest action alert from Campaign for Liberty President John Tate and take action this morning! Dear Friend of Liberty, While many Americans think of House and Senate procedure as arcane and unimportant to anyone except those on the Hill, procedural fights are of vital importance to the liberty movement. And Monday night, we partially won […]


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Take Action: NSA and Egypt Amendments to DOD Appropriations

It’s time to light up the Capitol Hill Switchboard, folks. Late last night, the House Rules Committee approved amendments from Reps. Justin Amash and Thomas Massie regarding the NSA’s domestic spying program and preventing the flow of military and paramilitary aid to Egypt. This was a huge victory for the grassroots, as for two weeks, […]


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