This Week in Congress Update Vote on Education Savings Account Today

Colorado Senator Cory Gardner will be offering an amendment to the tax bill to extend the use of education savings accounts to pay for private school tuition. The vote could be as early as today so Campaign for Liberty members should call their [...]

This Week in Congress: Tax Reform Update

Congress is expected to start voting on amendments to the tax reform bill as early as Thursday. Here are some amendments that Campaign for Liberty members will find of interest: 1. An amendment imposing a carried interest tax, which has the [...]

This Week in Congress: Death and Taxes

The big event of the week is the Senate vote on tax reform, which is expected Thursday, assuming the bill has the votes to pass. Campaign for Liberty is monitoring the debate to ensure the final bill does not contain a carried interest tax. We [...]

TSA’s Thanksgiving Turkey

Just in time for the busiest travel week of the year, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has announced plans for more “comprehensive patdowns” which according to the Denver airport will invoke “more intimate contact” with [...]

Why Are We Helping Saudi Arabia Destroy Yemen?

It’s remarkable that whenever you read an article about Yemen in the mainstream media, the central role of Saudi Arabia and the United States in the tragedy is glossed over or completely ignored. A recent Washington Post article purporting to [...]

Fly the Open Skies

Open Skies refers to agreements between countries to allow airlines to set their own schedules and routes instead of relying on government bureaucrats. Open Skies benefits American air travelers as well as businesses that gain new customers from [...]

Ron Paul and Norman Singleton on Jerome Powell’s Confirmation Hearings

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul and Campaign for Liberty President Norman Singleton made the following statements regarding yesterday's Senate Banking Committee hearing on Jerome Powell, President Trump’s nomination to replace Janet [...]

Is North Korea Really a 'State Sponsor of Terrorism'?

President Trump announced last week that he was returning North Korea to the US list of “state sponsors of terrorism” after having been off the list for the past nine years. Americans may wonder what dramatic event led the US president to [...]

Unhappy Anniversary

November 7, 2017 marked the 100 year anniversary of one of the most tragic events in human history: the Russian Revolution that brought the totalitarian Bolsheviks (communists), led by Vladimir Lenin, to power, creating the Union of Soviet [...]

Adelson’s AstroTurf Lobbyists Working to Restrict Your Freedom

Mathew Boyer of the Washington Examiner explores Sheldon Adelson’s efforts to ban online gaming, with an emphasis on the recent legalization of online gaming in Pennsylvania: Internet gambling regulations are one of the many issue areas [...]