Congressman Ron Paul (R-Texas) and his son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), have always been prominent champions of libertarian philosophy. They have chosen Internet freedom as a new focus for their efforts, publishing a manifesto called “The Technology Revolution.” This crusade will rival Rep. Paul’s long quest to “end the Fed” as a top priority for his Campaign for Liberty organization.

As even the most casual acquaintance with Ron Paul or his organization would confirm, putting anything up there next to the Federal Reserve on his top policy shelf is a pretty big deal. Paul still wants to end the Fed, but he wants to make sure a free Internet survives it.