Join Ron Paul at LPAC 2014!
The Liberty Political Action Conference is just around the corner. Visit www.LPAC.com to reserve your spot!
 

Liberty NewsWire: February 8, 2012

Iran is capable of hitting U.S. military forces anywhere in the world if attacked by the United States, its ambassador to Moscow was quoted as saying at a news conference on Wednesday. Reuters reproted that Russia's Interfax news agency quoted Seyyed Mahmoud-Reza Sajjadi saying the United States would be making a mistake if it carried […]


Read full story

Liberty NewsWire Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

E-Verify is a federal background check system that its proponents intend to be used on every person seeking work in the United States. Once in place, E-Verify would expand to new uses, giving the federal government direct regulatory control of all Americans’ lives through control of proof of identity. It’s being fitted to operate using […]


Read full story

Liberty NewsWire: February 6, 2012

The idea that public education does not have to mean government education was a trailblazing one in the 1950s, when Nobel Prize winning economist Milton Friedman first outlined the idea of school vouchers. To paraphrase Friedman, just because Americans have agreed to the public financing of education does not mean they believe government should dictate […]


Read full story

Senator Paul Calls Out Obama for “Lawless and Unconstitutional Behavior”

This morning, Senator Paul spoke out against President Obama's unconstitutional "recess" appointments. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ygZjql18xs The Hill reports Rand called out President Obama by saying:  "[I] am not surprised that the president has engaged in unconstitutional behavior. His healthcare law was unconstitutional. His war with Libya was unconstitutional … this president has become a president who is prone to […]


Read full story

Liberty NewsWire: Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Much of the debate over this bill [NDAA] has focused on the political issue of executive authority versus rule of law. In doing so it has overlooked the indirect and insidious effects the new law may have on the United States' largely successful counterterrorist campaign." – Brian Michael Jenkins, for Foreign Affairs (see full article […]


Read full story