In response to the article: "Is A. J. Spiker Still Coordinating With the Ron Paul Organization?"

The Campaign for Liberty is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit. It cannot endorse nor provide targeted support for candidates. It can only provide support for issues relating to its nonprofit mission.

Therefore, the author should either:

1) Document the ways in which the Campaign for Liberty has violated its 501(c)(4) status, and demand its IRS classification be corrected (requiring the C4L to pay back taxes owed).


2) Retract his libel with the same publicity that he has now besmirched the reputation of A. J. Spiker and the Campaign for Liberty.

If the author wishes to rake some real muck, I suggest he write an exposť on the material support the Iowa Republican Party provided to the campaign for incumbent Cecil Dolecheck against a fellow Republican in yesterday's Republican primary. Or is the author part of that corrupt combination and is that the real explanation for the above article?