Obama thinks you're too stupid

to mange your own retirement... Today the House of Representatives is considering HR 1090, the Retail Investor Protection Act. This legislation blocks the Department of Labor's "fiduciary rule." The rule imposes a one-size-fits all "best [...]

Ron Paul Classic: No Federal Speech Police!

This week a leading Presidential candidate (as a 501(c) (4) Campaign for Liberty does not endorse or oppose any candidature for any office) suggested that the Federal Department of Education "police" colleges for examples of "extreme political [...]

Campaign for Liberty to Congress: No more bailouts

Campaign for Liberty has joined a coalition letter in support of "The Enterprise Secondary Reserve Taxpayer Protection and Government Accountability Act of 2015” (HR 1673), introduced by Tennessee Representative Marsha Blackburn. This [...]

Save the Bake Sale!

One of the most ridiculous aspects of the Obama Administration's "nutrition guidelines" is its effect on school bake sales. As Campaign for Liberty's Communication Director Megan Stiles detailed in August 2014: Children hoping to hold bake sales [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Oppose the "Sheldon Adelson" iGaming Ban

Representative (and candidate to succeed John Boehner as Speaker of the House) Jason Chaffetz is not only the lead house sponsor of the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate, he is also the lead sponsor of the so-called "Restoration of America's [...]

Finland crackdowns on Cheap Pizza

no that is not a typo.... Finnish authorities are asking their citizens to report anyone selling pizza for less than 6 euros ($6.81). The reason? Finnish "experts" have concluded that 6 euros is the absolute minimum that one can sell a pizza for [...]

Health Sharing Ministries one more example of why market > govermemnt

One of the arguments commonly made by supporters of government-run health care is that free people are incapable of finding or creating ways to meet their needs for affordable health care. Of course, anyone who understands free-market economics [...]

Senate planning bait-and-switch on mandatory minimum sentacning?

Last week, the Senate Judiciary Committee unveiled the Sentencing Reform and Corrections Act, "bipartisan" (and that is the first sign this is trouble) legislation that supposedly reduces the number of mandatory minimum sentences imposed by [...]

Interest in Ron Paul for Speaker is more proof that Liberty is Popular

Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich has said he would consider returning to the House of Representatives to serve as Speaker. As of this writing, Gingrich's former colleagues do not seem anxious to put him back in the Speaker's chair. [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Internet Sales Taxes Crush Small Bussinesses

With Representative Jason Chaffetz, the lead sponsor of the "Remote Transactions Parity Act," (H.R. 2775),the House version of the National Internet Sales Tax Mandate, seeking to succeed John Boehner as Speaker of the House, this seems like a [...]