Beware the ObamaCare Industrial Complex

The welcome death of GrahamCare does not mean that Congress will not address ObamaCare before the end of the year. Tennessee Senator Lamar Alexander, Chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee is working with [...]

What Did Washington Achieve in its Six Year War on Syria?

Now that the defeat of ISIS in Syria appears imminent, with the Syrian army clearing out some of the last ISIS strongholds in the east, Washington’s interventionists are searching for new excuses to maintain the illegal US military presence in [...]

The GOP Tax Plan: the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Yesterday, Congress and the Administration unveiled their framework for tax reform. Here is a list of the good, the bad, and the ugly features of the plan. Keep in mind the framework still has to be turned into legislation, where some of the good [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate is in session this week and may still vote on “GrahamCare” although at this writing it is unlikely they will find the votes to pass the bill.  On Sunday Ted Cruz said he could not support the bill as written, and yesterday Maine [...]

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 [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate comes into session and is likely to spend the bulk of the week on nominations, including a new member of the Federal Communications Commission. The House is in session Monday through Friday. The big bill on the schedule is the Fiscal [...]

Free Speech and the NFL

Last Friday, President Trump decided to wage war against the NFL, calling for players who knelt during the national anthem to be fired. He continued his attacks over the weekend in a series of tweets, eventually encouraging Americans to boycott [...]

CPR Hill Briefing

If you're in D.C. come hear C4L President Norm Singleton discuss public land holdings as part of the coalition for property rights symposium. The event will be in room 2235 in the Rayburn House office building and starts at 4:30. Property [...]

How to End the Korea Crisis

The descent of US/North Korea “crisis” to the level of schoolyard taunts should be remembered as one of the most bizarre, dangerous, and disgraceful chapters in US foreign policy history. President Trump, who holds the lives of millions of [...]

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, [...]