Classic Ron Paul: Cut, Don’t Reform Taxes

As the House of Representatives prepares to discuss tax reform this week, they should read Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s column, “Cut, Don’t Reform Taxes,” reprinted below. This will remind them why they should offset tax [...]

Campaign for Liberty Oppose “Carried Interest” Tax

Campaign for Liberty cosigned a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and House Speaker Paul Ryan opposing a “carried interest tax,” which is a tax on short-term capital gains. Like all such taxes, carried interest taxes games new [...]

This Week in Congress

The House of Representatives is not in session this week. Last week, they passed the omnibus spending bill. Sadly, only 14 Republicans voted against it. Here is the roll-call vote. The Senate is in session. Yesterday they passed the NDAA by a [...]

Norm Singleton on Online Gaming, Health Freedom

Campaign for Liberty President Norm Singleton recently appeared on Rich Muny’s Poker Advocacy podcast to discuss federal efforts to ban online gambling and health freedom. Mr. Muny is the vice president of the Poker Players Alliance You can [...]

Ron Paul on Cronyism in the NDAA

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently penned an op-ed for Foxnews.com on how a provision in the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) forbidding the military from using Russian launch technology benefits one powerful [...]

The Morality of Tax Reform

As the debate on tax reform takes center stage, now is a good time to watch the CATO Capitol Hill forum on the issue from a few months ago. Campaign for Liberty President Norm Singleton not only attended the forum, but asked the first question, [...]

Campaign for Liberty President Norm Singleton Speaking at CATO on Monday

If you're in DC on Monday, stop by CATO to hear Campaign for Liberty President Norm Singleton speak on a panel discussion on National Security Oversight: Congressional Case Studies and Reform Prospects. Mr. Singleton will join Daniel Johns, [...]

Rand Paul's Senate Vote Rolls Back the Warfare State

Last week, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) reminded Congress that in matters of war, they have the authority and the responsibility to speak for the American people. Most Senators were not too happy about the reminder, which came in the form of a forced [...]

This Week in Congress Update

Yesterday, the Senate voted to “table” Senator Rand Paul's amendment repealing the 2001 and 2002 Authorization of Force resolutions by a vote of 61-36. It is sad that a majority of the Senate still does not want to have a full debate over the [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will be working on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) this week. Senator Rand Paul is currently holding up the bill by sitting on the floor and objecting to every unanimous consent request until he gets a vote on his [...]