The Liberty movement describes the political movement that sprung to life with the Ron Paul Presidential campaigns in 2008 and grew in 2012. The campaign became the rallying point for many Americans who still strongly believed in the original ideals of the founding fathers, and people who have been unhappy with the directions the country has been taking with never ending wars diminishing personal liberties, fiscal irresponsibility, and unaccountable government. It attracted social liberals, paleo conservatives, libertarians, independents, and many excited by the idea they could be socially liberal, anti-war, and fiscally conservative all at once. The campaign inspired millions of people that became not just silent supporters but activist’s. Men and woman of all ages, race, and religion for whom the concept of liberty was important.