Ron Paul Classic: Dr. Paul v Nancy Pelosi on Taxpayer Funded Abortion

Today is the annual March for Life. One of the issues the marchers will be highlighting is taxpayer funded abortions. One of the new Congress’s goals is to revive U.S. taxpayer funding of international organizations that perform or promote [...]

Campaign Finance Reform Helps Special Interests

One of the new Democratic House majority’s top priorities is so-called campaign finance reform legislation. Contrary to the claims of its supporters, campaign finance reform legislation does not limit the influence of powerful special [...]

This Week in Congress Update

Yesterday, the cloture motion on S. 1, the bill imposing new sanctions on supporters of the Syrian government and authorizing state and local governments to refuse to do business with proponents of the “boycott, sanctions, and divestment” [...]

Ron Paul: Social Enterprise

We need to solve the societal problems of today without mortgaging our children’s and grandchildren’s financial future. True compassion is not simply more government debt, but instead innovation, efficiency, and partnership. Last year, [...]

Classic Ron Paul: Audit the Fed

With Representative Thomas Massie reintroducing Audit the Fed yesterday, today seems like a good time to bring back Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s official statement on the Audit the Fed bill from 2009. You can read Dr. Paul’s [...]

William Barr: Enemy of the Constitution?

The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding the second day of hearings on President Trumps nomination of William Barr as Attorney General. Barr previously served as Attorney General for President George H. W.Bush from 1991-1993. Barr has a long [...]

Stan Lee versus the censors

Stan “The Man” Lee passed away on November 12 of last year at the age of 94. Lee was for years the main writer of Marvel comics, and he created, or helped create, many of the most iconic characters in comics, including Spiderman, the Hulk, [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will consider some legislation that was introduced last week and “Rule 24” to enable it to come to the floor without having to go through Committee. The first bill the Senate plans to vote on is S. 1. The bill reauthorizes aid to [...]

Trump’s Neocons Reverse His Syria Withdrawal Plan

I’m starting to wonder whether President Trump has any power over US foreign policy at all. Many people believe that the US president is just a figurehead, with actual foreign policy firmly in the hands of the deep state. Trump’s latest [...]

Ron Paul and Norm Singleton Praise Reintroduction of Audit the Fed

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul and President Norm Singleton issued the following statements regarding Rep. Thomas Massie’s introduction of Audit the Fed (H.R. 24) today. Ron Paul — "Representative Thomas Massie’s continued [...]