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Senator Mike Lee will also join our Thursday night line-up at the Liberty Political Action Conference!
Join freshman Representative Justin Amash and the rest of our All-Star lineup as we kick off the 2012 Liberty Political Action Conference on September 13!This is an event you won't want to miss!
Can't make it to all three days of LPAC? Then be sure to join us the day of your favorite speaker! The LPAC 2012 schedule has been updated to show the days each speaker will address the conference. Check out the single-day ticket pricing [...]
Recently, Congressman Paul introduced H.R. 6342, the "Compassionate Freedom of Choice Act" to allow terminally ill patients access to drugs, treatments, and devices not yet approved by the FDA.Below is Rep. Paul's statement on the [...]
It is truly something special to be a part of the difference makers in the liberty movement. If you had asked me six months ago if I ever thought that I would be able to intern for Campaign for Liberty – I would have laughed. I never would [...]
Senator Rand Paul is sure to fire up the crowd on Day 1 at the Liberty Political Action Conference!
We're excited to have food freedom champion, the self-described "Christian-libertarianenvironmentalist-lunatic farmer," Joel Salatin joining C4L at the Liberty Political Action Conference!Don't delay, purchase your [...]
My scratched-up pink iPhone rang at 9:17pm last Thursday with a caller ID from Illinois — my home state. I answered it only to find out that the Obama Campaign HQ had asked me if I would be supporting President Obama this upcoming election. [...]
This week, the House of Representatives will take up a tax extenders package to prevent the Bush tax cuts of ’01 and ’03 from expiring at the end of the year.Earlier this month, C4L called on the House Ways & Means Committee to [...]
On Milton Friedman’s 100th birthday, we celebrate his most notable lasting legacy: the conversation about school choice occurring across the nation. When Friedman first tried to popularize the concept in the 1950s, the education system was [...]