NSA cutting back on surveillance...not so much

The National Security Agency recently made headlines by promising to reduce the amount of information collected on American citizens. Specifically, the agency promised to no longer use Section 702 of the FISA Act -- which was intended to allow [...]

Are We Fighting Terrorism, Or Creating More Terrorism?

When we think about terrorism we most often think about the horrors of a Manchester-like attack, where a radicalized suicide bomber went into a concert hall and killed dozens of innocent civilians. It was an inexcusable act of savagery and it [...]

Ron Paul and Norm Singleton on President Trump's budget

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Dr. Ron Paul and President Norman Singleton released the following statements regarding President Trump's budget: Ron Paul--  For all the hand-wringing by the left (and celebrations) by the right) over how [...]

Ron Paul and Norm Singleton Praise passage of Arizona "Metals are Money" law

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul and Campaign for Liberty President Norman Singleton issued the following statements regarding the Arizona Legislature's passage -- and Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's signing -- of  HB 2014. HB 2014 [...]

Liberty at the Movies: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Making a sequel to a movie loved for its uniqueness must be both the easiest and toughest job in Hollywood. On the one hand, you have a roster of beloved characters and situations. On the other hand, an audience that embraced the first move [...]

Update on budget and ObamaCare "repeal"

Congress is out of session this week for Memorial Day recess. When they get back, they will need to get to work on passing a budget and begin working on appropriations. Usually the House would have already started working on appropriation [...]

Online gambling next on Sessions's hit list?

Ordering federal attorneys to resume seeking maximum penalties for non-violent drug offenses is not the only action of the Obama Justice Department that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is likely to reverse -- which is really a shame, since there [...]

This week in Congress

The House is in from Monday through Friday this week. The Senate is also in session. The Senate will be focusing on nominations. The big activity this week takes place off the floor --  President Trump's first budget -- and work continues on [...]

Will the Trump Administration Overdose on Authoritarianism?

Last week Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered federal prosecutors in drug cases to seek the maximum penalty authorized by federal mandatory minimum sentencing laws. Sessions’ order represents a setback to the progress made toward restoring [...]

Assault on Medical Privacy Hidden in Spending Bill

Hidden in the Fiscal Year 2017 funding bill is money to create a "patient tracking system." This is code for a storing all your records online where the can be accused by a medical professional, medical researchers, government officials, anyone [...]