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Classic Ron Paul: The Real Reason Clinton Should Have Been Impeached

With the Senate impeachment trial dominating headlines this week, it seems appropriate to look back on what Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul said about the 1998 impeachment of then-President Bill Clinton. At a press conference the week [...]

This Week in Congress

Happy New Year! Congress has returned! Because we did not have the opportunity to post a this week in Congress preview, we will do a wrap-up. The big event of the week was a resolution (H.Con.Res. 83) introduced under the War Powers Act [...]

This Week in Congress Wrap Up

The House passed H.R. 1865, the omnibus containing the Labor-Health and Human Services-Education, Agriculture, Energy and Water Development, Interior-Environment, Legislative Branch, Military Construction-Veterans Affairs, State-Foreign [...]

The Great Ron Paul

Looking for a last-minute stocking stuffer for a liberty-minded friend or relative? Or are you already thinking of how you’re going to spend that Amazon gift card you get every year from friends and family who know your second favorite thing to [...]

This Week in Congress Wrap Up

The rush of events this week prevented me from doing a preview, so here’s a wrap up. On Wednesday, the U.S. House passed the conference report on the National Defense Authorization Act by a vote of 377-48. Six Republicans voted no—Ken Buck [...]

This Week in Congress

The House is in session Monday through Friday. The big event of the week is the House vote to appoint managers for the impeachment trial in the Senate. The House may also consider legislation restricting the use of tax dollars for Iran, while [...]

And Now: The Airing of Grievances. . .

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) celebrated Festivus, the “holiday” created by Seinfeld’s Frank Costanza, by airing his grievances in the form of a year-end edition of his Waste Report. Among the examples of wasteful spending that make Senator [...]

Thank you for helping to stop Medical IDs!

One of the few good provisions in the massive spending bill that passed the House on Tuesday and will be  voted on by the Senate today or tomorrow is that it contains the ban on Unique Patient Identifiers. The ban has been in place for over [...]

This Week in Congress

It’s the last week of the first session of the 116th Congress. The Senate came in yesterday to start working on the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). Following the NDAA, the next major item on the Senate’s agenda will be the [...]

Ron Paul: Beware the Republican Road to Medicare for All

While the ongoing partisan battle over impeachment dominates the headlines, Congress is quietly working on a bipartisan matter to expand government and take your liberties. Case in point: the Republican scheme to “solve” the [...]