Remembering Justin Raimondo

“Don’t do what I did when I was your age - a lot of running around. Instead, read and learn as much as you can so you’re prepared to effectively fight for peace and liberty.” This sounds like the advice Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron [...]

Recognizing Our State Volunteers

When I was running for president in 2008 and 2012, many people told me I was their “political hero.” I can’t tell you how humbled I still am to receive praise like that. But today, I want to take a moment to share a few stories with [...]

Will Senate Vote on Iran War?

The Senate continues to work on the FY 2020 National Defense Authorization Act. As expected, Senate Leader Mitch McConnell is trying to block all substantive amendments by “filling the tree” (which is filing enough meaningless amendments to [...]

Boxed in by Neocons and the Media, Will Trump Launch Iran War?

President Trump did the smart thing last week by calling off a US airstrike on Iran over the downing of an American spy drone near or within Iranian territorial waters. According to press reports, the president over-ruled virtually all his top [...]

Campaign for Liberty Supports Federalism

Campaign for Liberty is supporting a bipartisan Amendment to the Commerce, Justice, and State Appropriations bill (part of the 5-bill omnibus H.R. 3055) by Democratic Representative Earl Blumenauer (OR-03) and Republican Representative Tom [...]

Media and Politicians Ignore Oncoming Financial Crisis

The mainstream media was too busy obsessing over Russiagate to notice that, according to an annual Social Security and Medicare Boards of Trustees report, the Social Security trust fund will run out of money by 2035. The trustees also reported [...]

Vote on War With Iran TOMORROW

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has worked out a deal with Democrats to vote on an amendment stating that the president does not have congressional authorization to go to war with Iran in exchange for moving the FY 2020 National Defense [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will be considering the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Senator Rand Paul is trying to offer a series of amendments to the bill. His amendments include the repeal of the 2001 Authorization for Use of Military Force, the [...]

This Week in Congress Wrap-up

The Amash-Lundgren amendment limiting warrantless wiretapping and mass surveillance was defeated by a vote of 175-253. The good news is 65 Republicans voted for the bill, up from 39 the last time this was voted on. The bad news is 126 Democrats [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will consider nominations and begin work on the Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The House is in session Tuesday through Friday. The major piece of legislation is finishing work on H.R. 2740, the [...]