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Ron Paul Classic: Protectionism Abroad, Less Socialism at Home

President Trump has announced plans to give farmers who were hurt by his latest trade war with China another federal bailout! Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue has said this latest round of payments may be as much as $20 billion! Campaign for [...]

This Week in Congress: Part Two

In addition to the bills listed yesterday, the House will also consider H.R. 5, the so-called “Equality Act,” which adds sexual orientation and gender identity to the protected classes under the federal Civil Rights Act. Whatever your [...]

Liberty at the Movies: Best of 2018

Better late than never, here are the first five of the top ten movies of 2018: 1. Avengers: Infinity War— The Godfather of comic book movies. This film features almost all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s heroes— Iron Man, Captain [...]

This Week in Congress

The House is in Tuesday through Friday.   The major bill on the agenda is H.R. 986, which would overturn President Trump’s regulation allowing states to opt-out of Obamacare mandates. Under the regulation, states could opt to give their [...]

Sophie Scholl and the White Rose Movement

Since today is Holocaust Remembrance Day, it is fitting to reflect on the legacy of Sophie Scholl, leader of the White Rose movement. The White Rose movement was a group of German students who distributed pamphlets calling for active, albeit [...]

Ron Paul to Donald Trump (and John Bolton): Play Ball

Ron Paul to Donald Trump (and John Bolton): Play Ball Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently penned an op-ed criticizing National Security Advisor John Bolton for acting to end an agreement allowing Cuban baseball players passage to [...]

This Week in Congress

The House is in session Tuesday through Friday for a busy week. The bill of most interest to Campaign for Liberty is H.R. 987, which combines legislation designed to prop-up ObamaCare with other legislation designed to lower prescription drug [...]

This week in Congress - Part Two

Yesterday, the Senate confirmed three of President Trump’s nominees to the Export-Import Bank (EXIM). EXIM is the poster child for corporate welfare, as the vast majority of its loan guarantees benefit large, politically-connected corporations. [...]

This Week in Congress Wrap-up

Here is the roll-call vote on H.R. 9, the resolution voiding President Trump’s withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accords. Every Democrat voted for the resolution while every Republican except three voted no. The three Republicans who voted yes [...]

This Week in Congress Part 2

Yesterday, The House Rules Committee held a hearing on Medicare for all. It is very unusual for Rules to hold a hearing on any bill that has not already passed a legislative committee and is proceeding to the floor. This may be because the [...]