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Mockingjay Part Two, the final installment of the popular Hunger Games series, is currently the leading movie in the country. Mockingjay Part Two chronicles the final battle between the oppressive Capitol and the rebellion launched by the [...]
SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Today, Campaign for Liberty issued the following statement from C4L Chairman Ron Paul strongly opposing the “Restoration of America’s Wire Act” (H.R. 707), which would institute a federal ban on online gambling thus [...]
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. [...]
On August 20, Dr. Paul turns 80! Join Campaign for Liberty and patriots around the country in wishing him a happy birthday. Sign the card and add a personal note we'll deliver to Ron Paul on his birthday.
C4L Chairman Ron Paul has a new book coming out later this month entitled, "Swords into Plowshares." Those interested can pre-order the book right now here.
Long-time Campaign for Liberty members surely recall that, in 2009, the State of Missouri issued a report labeling C4L members and Ron Paul for President supporters as "possible domestic terrorists." While this report, produced by a [...]
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 [...]
The CATO Institute, the Fraser Institute of Canada, and the Liberales Institute of Switzerland recently put out a ranking of the world's freest countries. Of course,the United States was number one, after all we are constantly told by our [...]
Rep. Alex Mooney (R-WV) spoke earlier today on the House floor in favor of Audit the Fed. Watch his speech below:
Last night, Congress' authorization for the Export-Import Bank (more aptly called the Bank of Boeing) expired. The bank, which provides taxpayer-backed loans to foreign companies buying American products made by some of the country's largest [...]