By Tag "Syria"
What Did Washington Achieve in its Six Year War on Syria?
Now that the defeat of ISIS in Syria appears imminent, with the Syrian army clearing out some of the last ISIS strongholds in the east, Washington’s interventionists are searching for new excuses to maintain the illegal US military presence in [...]
This week in Congress
Congress returns for the lame duck this week. While they work behind the scenes on spending bill and other issues, the House will consider normal floor activity. The House will consider two rules bills this week. One, HR 5982, allows Congress [...]
Ron Paul: Save The Apologies, Just Stop Promoting War!
Usually when politicians apologize it’s because they have been caught doing something wrong, or they are about to be caught. Such was likely the case with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, who recently offered an “apology” for the [...]
Is the GOP planning a sell-out on the Internet Sales Tax?
The House is delaying voting on the Continuing Resolution (CR) until next week because they are still considering whether or not to add President Obama's request for authority to arm the Syrian rebels fighting ISIS (because arming Mid-Eastern [...]
Time, Difficulty, Cost Expose the Realities of Russia’s Plan
By: Matt McBride The Syrian government’s acceptance of Russia’s proposal to place Syria’s chemical weapons under international control fosters jubilant smiles and peaceful thoughts for many of the parties involved. Russia gets a chance [...]
Ron Paul and Norm Singleton on Syria
Campaign for Liberty President Norm Singleton made the following comments regarding President Trump's unilateral bombing on Syria: "President Trump's launch of military action in Syria represents a betrayal of the Americans who hoped he would [...]
This week in Congress: The Good, the Bad, and the Bison
The Senate resumes session today at 3pm and continues work on amendments to the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill. Two amendments up this week of interest to Campaign for Liberty members are an amendment by Washington Senator Patty Murray that [...]
Ron Paul Classic: No War in Syria
Today, the White House announced that our Nobel Peace Prize winning President is sending "a few" special operations forces to Syria. So this seems like a good day to revisit Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul's 2013 column asking if war with [...]
Government Shutdown, Public Awakening?
By: Matt McBride In 2013, a plethora of events have provoked public outcry: for example, the attempt to exploit the Sandy Hook shootings to justify new gun control; the NSA’s PRISM program and the right to privacy; and the Syrian Civil [...]
By: Michael Clayton Everywhere you look in the media, the debate of a possible strike on Syria dominates the headlines. What happened to the other major issues that Congress was supposed to be concerned with this session? Federal Budget [...]