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Shop Amazon.com Donate Automatically to Campaign 4 Liberty

One great way to avoid the rush and still get incredible deals without ever leaving home is to shop online on sites such as Amazon.com.

C4L is proud to be a part of Amazon's Associates program, and I wanted to take just a moment to tell you about a quick way you can help C4L while saving money by shopping online.

Because C4L is enrolled in the Associates program, every time a customer makes a purchase at Amazon.com with our special code attached, C4L gets a "referral fee." As with a donation, every dollar goes toward our mission to Reclaim the Republic and Restore the Constitution.

Here's how it works.

Simply take our code (UTF8&tag=campaforliber-20) and attach it after the "ref=" in the web address for a product on Amazon (found in your browser's address bar).

For example, the address for our book, "American Empire: Before the Fall," looks like this without our code:

- http://www.amazon.com/American-Empire-Before-Fall-Bruce/dp/1...

But with the C4L code attached after the "ref=", it looks like this:

- http://www.amazon.com/American-Empire-Before-Fall-Bruce/dp/1...

Be sure to double-check that the code appears correctly in the address bar. Then hit "enter" to reload the page (so the code takes effect) before adding the product to your shopping cart.

With the holiday season now on top of us (whether we're ready or not), I hope you'll consider taking advantage of this easy way to help Campaign for Liberty keep up our fight for freedom while saving money by shopping online.

Thanks for your support!

In Liberty,

Matt Hawes
Vice President

P.S. And please chip in $10 (or more if you are able) so Campaign for Liberty can continue to mobilize Americans to Reclaim the Republic!




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Is there any way to shop

Is there any way to shop Amazon and donate to C4L without copy and pasting that code? The method described here is very clunky and it would be much better to have something akin to DailyPaul's Amazon affiliate portal.