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Cleveland rocks

Last Tuesday, Cleveland's voters passed an ordinance removing red light cameras (more accurately named scameras, as they are a scam on drivers) from their city. Installed in the name of safety (it's for the children!), red light scameras [...]

Ron Paul statement on Phil Crane

Here is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's statement on the death of former Representative Phil Crane: I am saddened to learn of the passing of my friend and former colleague Phil Crane. Phil had a distinguished career, both in and out [...]

Homeland Security spends $30,000 on Starbucks Coffee

I guess violating our rights requires a lot of caffeine...... Some federal employees get credit cards from their agencies allowing them to spend up to $3,000 on "micro" purchases. The idea is to enable employees to purchase things like office [...]

Campaign for Liberty joins coalition against police militarization

Campaign for Liberty has joined a coalition of groups across the political and ideological spectrum in signing a letter to Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel requesting a moratorium on the Section 1033 program. The 1033 program is the program that [...]

IRS seizes property because taxpayers followed the law

No, that is not a misprint. Sunday's New York Times reports on the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)'s practice of seizing people's bank accounts because they obeyed federal money laundering laws. You see, the Bank Secrecy Act (with should be called [...]

Campaign for Liberty brings people together

Congratulations to my friends Jack Hunter, editor of RARE and regular LPAC speaker, and Brittany Elisa-Leme Hemsath on their engagement. Jack and Brittany met at LPAC 2011 and starting dating shortly after LPAC 2012. Jack and Brittany were both [...]

Who will tax the sodas?

In addition to a change in control of the Senate, Tuesday's election also saw voters in Berkeley, California, pass the nation's first soda tax. Some may dismiss the national significance of this since the average Berkeley voter is much more [...]

Fed Chair notices income inequality but pretends she is not responsible for it

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently caused a stir when she gave a speech bemoaning the rise of income inequality. Yellen called for government to address this problem through government policies designed to improve education [...]

Ted Cruz: Senate Must Pass Audit the Fed

Texas Senator Ted Cruz recently penned an op-ed in USA Today proposing an agenda for the Senate. A prominent part of Senator Cruz's agenda is passage of Ron Paul's Audit the Fed bill: Seventh, audit the Federal Reserve. Americans are seeing [...]

The Second Amendment: the first and still the best anti-terrorism policy

Fox News Commentator and former judge, Andrew Napolitano, recently made the common-sense observation that the best protection against "Lone Wolf" terrorist attacks, such as those that occurred in Canada this week, is an armed [...]