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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 [...]

Will the Swamp Defeat ObamaCare Repeal?

By Senator Rand Paul, originally posted by thehill.com/blogs This week, the Senate will likely move to proceed on a bill to repeal and maybe repeal/replace Obamacare. That’s what we’ve been told. What bill? Good question. Remember that [...]

This week in Congress

The House is in session Tuesday through Friday this week. Before getting into this week's agenda, I have some good news. Late last week, the House pulled HR 1215 from the Congressional schedule. As I wrote last week, this [...]

Ron Paul on Taxes

Since millions of Americas are right now wrestling with their 1040 forms on the eve of the tax filing deadline, this seems like a good time to revisit some of Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's writing on taxes. 1. Cut, Don't Reform [...]

Campaign for Liberty Renews Calls To Defund The OECD

Campaign for Liberty has joined a letter calling on Congress to defund the Organization for Economic Development (OECD). In fiscal year 2015 alone, Congress sent $75 million to OECD bureaucrats, who then used that money to advocate for higher [...]

Ron Paul: Don’t Tax the First Amendment

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently penned an op-ed for Time magazine explaining why limiting the tax deduction for advertising was a tax on the First Amendment. The article is available here and below: One thing is certain about [...]

Campaign for Liberty to Congress: Cut ObamaCare taxes

Campaign for Liberty has joined a coalition of 45 free-market groups in a letter to Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orin Hatch, calling on him to make sure the Senate's ObamaCare legislation cuts all ObamaCare taxes. The tax cuts are one of [...]

The (mostly) good, the bad, and the ugly in Trump's tax plan

Yesterday,  President Trump unveiled  a tax "reform" plan. Here is the (mostly) good, a few bad, and one ugly piece of the plan: The Good 1. Lowers taxes for millions of Americans; 2. Removes many Americans from the tax rolls; 3. [...]

As Iceland goes, so goes the world?

During the 2008 market meltdown, Iceland imposed capital controls on foreign investors in "offshore Krona funds" (Krona is Iceland's currency). Now Iceland's government has announced it is lifting the controls. So lovers of liberty should [...]

The Week in Congress: Will the Senate End the Draft? Will the House Bailout Puerto Rico?

The Senate comes back into session today. The main issue on the Senate agenda is continuing consideration of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Senator Rand Paul has introduced an amendment to the NDAA to end the draft. He also [...]