When they came for the climate change deniers.....

We knew Attorney General Loretta Lynch was no friend (to put it charitably) of the Second Amendment or the Fourth Amendment, and is not a strong supporter (again I am being very charitable) of private property rights and the First Amendment's [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Tribute to Ronald Reagan

With Nancy Reagan's passing, this seems like a good time to revisit Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's 2004 tribute to President Reagan from the Congressional Record: Mr. PAUL. Mr. Speaker, all Americans mourn the death of President Ronald [...]

Protest a politician, go to jail?

In 2012 Congress passed the  Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act (HR 347). This legislation made it a federal crime to "...willfully or knowingly" enter a "restricted area' or "....impede or disrupt the orderly conduct of [...]

Classic Ron Paul: The Political Importance of Murray Rothbard

In honor of Murray Rothbard's 90th birthday, here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's essay on "The Political Importance of Murray Rothbard" delivered at Murray's 60th birthday party and subsequently published in the Mises Institute's [...]

This week in Congress

The US Senate is in session today. The main item on the Senate's agenda is the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (S. 524). As the title suggests, this bill uses the "opoid crisis" as an excuse to to expand federal power. S. 524 [...]

Campaign for Liberty to Congress: Stop subsidies that hurt the environment

Campaign for Liberty has joined a collation of free-market and environmental groups on a letter to Congress supporting President Obama's proposal to cut a total of $18 billion from the harvest price option and prevented planting policies [...]

This week in Congress

The House of Representatives is out of session this week. Unfortunately for our liberties, the Senate is in session this week. First on the Senate's agenda is finishing up work on the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (S. 524), which I [...]

Should Congress be in jail?

for violating Section 404 of Sarbanes-Oxley? Section 404 of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act subjects CEOs to potential criminal liability if their company cannot pass a financial audit. Well guess who failed their latest audit (hat/tip: The Hill): The [...]

If you pay for it, you should be able to see it....

That seems like a reasonable and fair principle, therefore it is not surprising that the federal government has a hard time following it. For example, even though the Congressional Research Service (CRS) receives $100 million dollars of taxpayer [...]

A model for all government employees

Building supervisor Joaquín García should have been pleased when the municipal water company he worked for gave him an award for his 20 years of hard work on behalf of the people of Cádiz, Spain. However, Mr. Gricia did not even know that [...]