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Frederick Douglass: Libertarian

Black History Month is an excellent time to revisit Damon Root's 2012 Reason Magazine essay Fredrick Douglas: Classical Liberal In April 1865, as the Civil War was reaching its bloody climax, the abolitionist leader and escaped former slave [...]

Classic Ron Paul: Burt Blumert - A Hero of Liberty

"I told everyone what to do, they didn’t listen, so to heck with them!”  That quote is from my last conversation with Burt Blumert, who would have turned 88 this week. Burt is one of the unsung heroes of the liberty movement. In fact, it's [...]

Second Amendment: The ultimate civil right

Since February is Black History Mouth, it's a good time to reread some articles on the role the second amendment played in the Civil Rights movement: Reminder: Guns Helped Secure the Freedom and Civil Rights of Black Americans (Reason [...]

Norm Singleton discusses the future of efforts to ban online gambling

I recently appeared on the Poker Player's Alliance Podcast to discuss the future of efforts to ban online gambling and other key liberty issues. Listen to the chat with my friend and champion of liberty Rich Munny here.

Learning to Love Big Brother

In my best movies of the year and my comments on the Presidential inauguration I addressed the cult-like atmosphere surrounding President Obama. I thought that Obama-worship could not reach new heights of absurdity than this...but I was [...]

Rand Paul: Why I voted against the new CIA director

Personal is Policy, which is why many opponents of mass surveillance, warrantless wiretapping, and other violations of the forth amendment where disappointed when President Trump nominated surveillance state defender Mike Pompeo to serve as CIA [...]

This week in Congress

The Senate continues to work on approving President Trump's cabinet nominations. Yesterday, the Senate confirmed Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin by a vote of 53-47. The House is in session Monday through Friday. As in past weeks, the focus [...]

Classic Ron Paul: No Faith-Based Statism

One of the most dangerous (if well-meaning) domestic initiatives pushed by the George W. Bush administration was to expend federal funding for "social services" provided by faith-based institutions. By putting religious organizations on the [...]

This week in Congress

Congress is only in session on Monday and Tuesday this week as the Democrats have their retreat. The Senate will vote on the nominations of Besty DeVos for Education Secretary, Jeff Sessions for Attorney General, Representative Tom Price for [...]

Campaign for Liberty supports expansion of member business lending rules

While he was in Congress, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul championed repealing all federal laws and regulations that prevent credit unions from competing on a level playing field with banks. One example of the type of regulation that [...]