Campaign for Liberty to Congress: Don't threaten online speech

Campaign for Liberty has joined a broad coalition of organizations from across the political spectrum on a letter to the Senate leadership expressing opposition to a provision of the Senate Intelligence Authorization bill that requires websites [...]

Is your Representative on record for repealing Obamacare in reconcillation?

Freshman Representative Mark Walker (NC-06) is circulating a letter  to House Speaker John Boehner asking that the House leadership  fulfill their promise to the American people by using the reconciliation process to repeal Obamacare. Under [...]

Classic Ron Paul on Gun Control

Last week's tragic shootings in Virgina have reignited efforts to pass new gun control laws, including extended "background checks." Theretofore, this is a good time to revisit Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's writings on gun control [...]

Hurrah for the Nanny State

Otherwise we would be helpless to resist  phony mayonnaise and stop our children from drinking too much soda. The ever vigilant folks at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) have discovered a new threat they must protect us from: organic [...]

Ron Paul: Are we a Nation of Wimps?

Earlier this year, Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul wrote a very important essay, "Are We a Nation of Wimps."  As the title suggests, the essay examines the way the people demand that the government provide them with economic and personal [...]

Ron Paul: iGaming Ban a bad bet

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently penned an op-ed for US News and World Report explaining why support for the so-called Restoration of America's Wireless Act (more accurately named the iGaming Ban) is a sure-fire way to lose the [...]

Campaign for Liberty fights California Attorney General's assault on the First Amendment

Campaign for Liberty has joined 58 organizations in signing an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court take up the case of Center for Competitive Politics v. Kamala Harris, Attorney General of California. This case challenges the legality of [...]

Medicare's victims

Last month marked fifty years since Congress created the Medicare program.  Medicare is often pointed to as proof that yes, Virginia, government can run a health care program that provides quality care to its beneficiaries. Even many of those [...]

Do licensing laws help or hurt?

One of the earliest examples of government interference in health care is the laws requiring  individuals to obtain a state license before they are legally allowed to practice medicine.  Even many who oppose every other government interference [...]

End federal grants to revive federalism

One of the most disturbing (and least discussed) trends in the United States is the way federal grants for programs ranging from health care to education to housing to transposition have turned the states into administrative units of the federal [...]