Sequestration, Costs of War, & Syria

By: Michael Clayton With U.S. military intervention in Syria looming, some are worried that sequester cuts to the defense budget will impair the ability of the military to efficiently complete the job, giving the White House an upper hand in [...]

Rare Glimpse into the National Intelligence Program’s ‘Black Budget’

By: Matt McBride Earlier today, The Washington Post released an article detailing the $52.5 billion “black budget” for fiscal year 2013, reopening the Pandora’s Box that is the U.S. Intelligence Community (IC). While the U.S. government [...]

Amash, King Represent GOP’s Competing Views on Congressional Approval

By: Matt McBride American children, if they have teachers who teach the real Constitution and not government propaganda, grow up learning that congressional approval is necessary for the United States to declare war and to appropriate funds to [...]

Campaign for Liberty Opposes Military Intervention in Syria

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty released the following statement from C4L President John Tate opposing United States military intervention in the Syrian civil war: “Despite overwhelming opposition from the American people, [...]

To War!

The war drums are beating loudly in Washington. But, I have to ask, what's the rush? For the second time in this administration, we find the President eagerly bolting headlong into war without Congressional approval. As in Libya, [...]

Syrian Intervention Less Popular than Congress

According to a new Reuters/Ipsos poll, only 9 percent of Americans believe the United States should take military action in Syria. This makes Syrian intervention less popular than Congress which is currently enjoying a 15 percent approval [...]