AR-15 Giveaway!

Campaign for Liberty is giving away a brand new Colt LE6920MP-B AR-15 equipped with a red dot sight....

... CUSTOM ENGRAVED with Ron Paul's Signature & Campaign for Liberty's logo!

The AR-15 will also come with Magpul stock, pistol grip, handguard, and vertical grip and back-up sight.

Enter here to win!




Excited to Intern!

For my first blog post as a Campaign For Liberty intern, I would like to introduce myself. My name is Maria Stavrou and I graduated in December 2010 from the University of Texas at Austin with a double major in Government and History. After finishing school, I moved to Washington D.C. and interned at the American Hellenic […]

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James Otis on “Writs of Assistance”

James Otis' fight against general warrants, known as "Writs of Assistance," helped lead to our 4th Amendment being adopted. To read more on James Otis' argument against "Writs of Assitance," click here. Remember these words when the FISA Amendments Act comes up for reauthorization later this year; your Congressmen may need a reminder as well.

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Liberty NewsWire: September 4, 2012

In recent weeks, the Fed has given increasing signals that it is seriously considering the launch of another round of large-scale bond purchases, known in Fed-talk as quantitative easing. Some Fed members have argued against such action, fearing more easing of the money supply would lead to asset bubbles and higher inflation down the road. […]

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Liberty NewsWire: August 31, 2012

For the second time this year, the Paul family has been harassed by the Transportation Security Administration. Rep. Ron Paul, his wife, and granddaughter were stopped by eight TSA workers at a small airport in Clearwater, Florida, and told they must be screened. According to the agents, the screening was necessary because Mitt Romney "might be […]

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Thomas Paine’s “The Crisis”

Thomas Paine's revolutionary rhetoric in Common Sense helped ignite a revolution in the hearts and minds of the people long before the first shots at Lexington and Concord.  Dated December 23, 1776, story has it that George Washington found Paine's next essay so inspiring he ordered The Crisis to be read aloud to his troops at Valley Forge the […]

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