A Day to Remember

Today is one for the books. Not because of enormous victories, but of small victories reassuring us that our ground game is working and that the liberty movement is alive and well. Rand Paul decimated his two primary opponents while Thomas Massie coasted to the general election unopposed. That’s not all, the Audit the Fed bill, HJR24, passed its committee hurdle. Next stop: the House floor.

RLC National Board Endorses Congressman Thomas Massie for Kentucky's 4th CD

WASHINGTON, DC - The national board of the Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) has voted unanimously to endorse Thomas Massie in his reelection bid to the U.S. House of Representatives from Kentucky’s 4th Congressional District. Congressman Massie is a favorite of libertarian leaning voters who appreciate his efforts to protect gun rights and civil liberties, and for taking a leadership role in the removal of Speaker John Boehner.

The Case for Rand Paul

Tomorrow is the Iowa Caucus. The final Des Moines Register/Bloomberg Politics poll released before caucus day showed Trump in the lead, Cruz following, Rubio third, Carson in fourth and Rand Paul alone in fifth. Previous Iowa primary winners and false conservative prophets, Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum, are only to be found pandering to the coattails of Mr. Trump. Mitt Romney is probably eating lunch somewhere by himself today, reminiscing aloud how he almost claimed made it. But what about Ron Paul? Was he not the eventual Iowa caucus victor?

RLC Endorses Rand Paul for President

WASHINGTON, DC – The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) is proud to announce the endorsement of Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) for the Republican presidential nomination. In a crowded field of candidates, most of whom show little genuine commitment to individual liberty, cutting spending or reducing the size of government, Senator Paul stands out as a consistent champion of the values of the Republican Liberty Caucus: limited government, free enterprise and personal liberty.