Campaign for Liberty Supports Adding USA Workforce to Tax Reform 2.0

Today, the House Ways and Means Committee will markup tax reform 2.0. This bill builds on last year’s tax reform bill with a number of positive tax changes, including expanding permissible uses for “529 savings accounts” to allow the money [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate continues to work on nominations. The House is only in on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday because Monday was Rosh Hashanah and Tuesday is the 17th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks. What’s most interesting about this [...]

Bob Murphy on Fed “Independence”

Writing in the Fiscal Times, leading Austrian economist Bob Murphy looks at whether the Fed is truly independent from political sway. (Spoiler alert: it isn’t.) Professor Murphy highlights a 1975 study by Yale University professor William [...]

Trump’s Bad Deal for Workers

On Tuesday, President Trump and Republican Senate leadership cut a deal with Senate Democrats to approve 50 of President Trump’s nominations. Part of the deal is that President Trump renominate Mark Pearce for Chair of the National Labor [...]

This Week in Congress Update

Yesterday the Senate passed the $854.3 billion Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education and Defense Appropriations bill. Only seven Senators voted no: Mike Crapo (R-ID) Jeff Flake (R-AZ) Mike Lee (R-UT) Rand Paul (R-KY) James Risch [...]

Business Leaders: Join Free-Market Groups to Stop Mark Pearce

As highlighted here, President Trump— as part of a deal on nominations recently struck with Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer (NY)— recently renominated anti-business, pro-union boss bureaucrat, Mark Pearce, to the National Labor [...]

Happy Anniversary Campaign for Liberty

Ten years ago this month, 10,000 liberty-loving Americans gathered in Minneapolis, Minnesota to celebrate Ron Paul’s 2008 presidential campaign and launch Dr. Paul’s Campaign for Liberty. Those in attendance enjoyed a week of special [...]

This Week in Congress

The House is back in session this week and will be in from Tuesday through Friday. Among the legislation to be considered is H.R. 1635 which expands access to counseling on student loan debt available to recipients of student loans. Among other [...]

Deutsche Bank: Ron Paul was Right

Well that’s not exactly how they put it, but a new study by the Deutsche Bank shows that having central banks try to stimulate economic growth does not work. As Daniel Lacalle with dlacalle.com writes: They have analyzed the impact on [...]

Classic Ron Paul: Stop Forcing Taxpayers to Pay for Abortion

Senate leadership is blocking Senator Rand Paul’s amendment to the Labor, Heath and Human Services, and Education Appropriations bill preventing taxpayer dollars from going to abortion providers. This is a loss for taxpayers and a craven act of [...]