Welcome fellow Liberty loving Texans! With your help we are going to make Texas live up to it's reputation for freedom and Liberty. Right now we are way behind several other states in Gun Rights, Private Property protection, privacy and taxes. We can fix that together through constant vigilance and hard work. It's up to us to make sure that we are out there fighting every day to make a difference from the local level on up. We will give you the tools you need through training, local meetings and access to the country's top Liberty activists for training and advice. All you need to do is decide you are tired of standing by and just complaining and want to actually do something about it. If you want to step up to be a leader in your area please contact me. Sign up for updates above with your email and zip code and we will keep you updated on issues going on in Texas. I am here to help you so please contact me with any questions you might have.
One of Campaign For Liberty's most important projects is our candidate survey project. Our goal is to get every state and federal candidate on the record on Liberty issues like "Will you oppose all tax and fee increases and work to cut taxes and [...]
Every year Texas Campaign For Liberty conducts a candidate survey program for politicians asking for votes. We all want to know where every candidate stands on important Liberty issues like; taxing and spending, gun rights, no knock warrants and [...]
What good is a license to carry if license holders are denied their ability to carry their weapon when they conduct routine business?
You may know certain private businesses post “30.06” and “30.07” signs prohibiting a license holder [...]
When I was running for president in 2008 and 2012, many people told me I was their “political hero.”
I can’t tell you how humbled I still am to receive praise like that.
But today, I want to take a moment to share a few stories with [...]
On Saturday, June 1, Texas. Gov. Greg. Abbott signed the bill banning red light cameras in Texas.
Abbott said he was motivated to support the bill for several reasons: "No.1, privacy concerns. We think that the right to due process matters," [...]