Greetings, In a few weeks, I’ll be wrapping up my tenure at George Mason University and will be receiving my diploma for a B.S. in Economics. The past four years have been a blessing, where I’ve met dozens of liberty-lovers, not just from the GMU Economics department faculty, but from student organizations such as our […]
By: Matthew McGuire April 9, 2015 Dear Campaign for Liberty Foundation donors, This coming week will be my last at Crandall University for the year. With regards to academics, I have been able to make significant progress, maintaining a GPA above 4.0. Through the various lectures, research projects, and readings at the university, I have […]
The application period for the 2015 Ron Paul Scholarships is in full swing. Applications are available here, and the deadline to apply is March 23rd. These scholarships are awarded once a year to at least 3 undergraduate liberty-minded students who meet the selected criteria. Our goal is to help offset the rising cost of a college […]
I constantly hear Dr. Paul speak about the passion and enthusiasm that young people bring to the liberty movement. At the Campaign for Liberty Foundation our hope is to help these inspirational young men and women get the affordable education they need to carry on that passion and enthusiasm for generations to come.
Recently, President Obama has been touting his various student loan repayment plans, which provide repayment relief to recent graduates who are saddled with mountains of debt. For those who qualify, these plans cap student loan payments at 10% of their monthly income, and provide forgiveness after at least 10 years of timely payments. But what […]
Dr. Ron Paul is the father of the modern Liberty Movement and a hero to millions. He firmly believed that educating the masses was paramount to the success of liberty. We could not be more honored to carry on that mission through the Ron Paul Scholarships.
By: Matthew Hawes Yesterday, President Obama announced he would pursue making two years of community college “free” for “anyone who’s willing to work for it.” (One could argue that a college education is already available to anyone who’s willing to work for it, but federal interference has helped drive up costs so astronomically that it’s getting incredibly […]
By: Julian Hassan The architects of Sallie Mae and the financial crisis are trying to convince young people that there is such a thing as good debt: student loans. Yet federal student loans are making young people more broke. They pull us down, not up. We graduate with few professional skills and are not productive enough […]