The Liberty Committee

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The Liberty Committee is a not-for-profit, 501(c)(4) organization. Contributions are not tax deductible because the Committee lobbies Congress.[1]

The Liberty Committee "brings together members of Congress and American citizens in a grass-roots effort to reduce the size and scope of government. Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, is honorary chair of the group, which partners with the congressional Liberty Caucus. The latter boasts both current and former congressional representatives as its members, while the former is made of ordinary citizens," Julie Foster wrote in July 2001 for WorldNetDaily.[2]

Rep. Ron Paul has since posted the following on his LibertyPAC website:[3]

"Congressman Ron Paul is no longer affiliated with or associated in any way with The Liberty Committee of Falls Church, Virginia. If you receive a solicitation from The Liberty Committee and/or its chairman, Mr. David James, bearing Congressman Paul's name, please be advised that the solicitation was in no way approved or endorsed by Congressman Paul."


Legal Counsel

The Liberty Caucus Members (2004)

The Liberty Caucus Advisors (2004)

Contact information

P.O. Box 3060
Falls Church, VA 22043
Email: info AT


Related SourceWatch articles


  1. Donate, Liberty Committee.
  2. Julie Foster, "Meet the Liberty Committee. Current, former members of Congress, citizens join forces," WorldNetDaily, July 14, 2001.
  4. Foster: Titus "holds a Harvard law degree ... taught constitutional law, common law and other subjects for nearly 30 years at five different American Bar Association-approved law schools ... also served as the founding dean of the College of Law and Government at Regent University in Virginia. Titus has also worked as a trial attorney and counsel for the U.S. Department of Justice."
  5. Lyn Nofziger in the Wikipedia.

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