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Bipartisan Condemnation for, and Action Against, NSA Snooping:

By: Wesley Long All 535 members of the Senate and House of Representatives have taken this oath: “I, (name), do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and [...]

The Constitution Is King

By Luke Marrazzo Our founding fathers risked execution by defying a tyrannical government that oppressed them with general warrants and policies of zero respect for personal privacy. This country’s inception was based on the individual, not [...]

A Pattern of Totalitarianism Emerges

By: Luke Marrazzo Over the past few months the American people have witnessed numerous examples of an administration which has no concept of individual liberty. President Obama has been working, often in the open, to strip a complacent public [...]

Economy Miraculously Adds Jobs despite Increase in Unemployment

By: Jessie Markell The Department of Labor Statistics released their May jobs report this Friday, announcing that the economy added 175,000 jobs this month despite unemployment climbing from 7.5% to 7.6%. The numbers present an economy [...]

Liberty Reserve Targeted via USA PATRIOT Act

By: Wesley Long Liberty Reserve, an online money transfer and currency exchange service based in Costa Rica, was targeted for investigation and shutdown last week with help from the USA PATRIOT Act, according to this report from The [...]

The Fight against Obamacare: States Edition

By: Jessie Markell In addition to mobilizing opposition to big government power-grabs coming out of Washington DC, Campaign for Liberty also organizes patriots on the state level to fight big government policies there. It might be a new [...]

Rand Paul: Youth with me on NSA issue

By: Jessie Markell Last week, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul said, “I think as we have a fuller debate on these discussions you’re going to find that not only Republicans are with me on this issue, the youth are.” As a former Young Americans [...]

Supreme Court to Rule on Race in College Admissions

By: Wesley Long The Supreme Court of the United States is set to rule on a key case concerning affirmative action by the end of the month.  As explained in this CNN report, the outcome of the case, Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, [...]

A Time for a New Style of Leadership

By: Jessie Markell At the Leadership Institute’s monthly Wednesday Wake-Up Club Breakfast the featured speaker, Rep. Justin Amash, suggested we are in a new age that calls for a new style of House leadership. Mr. Amash noted that as we [...]

Principles vs. Preferences

By: Jessie Markell A common dilemma in politics is weighing one’s personal preferences versus their political principles. A good example in the news would be the Marketplace Fairness Act. The proponents of the terrible piece of legislation [...]