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Update on Congress

Last week, the House passed H.R. 268, a $12.1 billion disaster relief bill. This is a $4 billion increase from the disaster aid bill that was unresolved at the end of the last Congress. The bill provides aid to those affected by last year’s [...]

William Barr: Enemy of the Constitution?

The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding the second day of hearings on President Trumps nomination of William Barr as Attorney General. Barr previously served as Attorney General for President George H. W.Bush from 1991-1993. Barr has a long [...]

This Week in Congress Update

Yesterday, the cloture motion on S. 1, the bill imposing new sanctions on supporters of the Syrian government and authorizing state and local governments to refuse to do business with proponents of the “boycott, sanctions, and divestment” [...]

This Week in Congress

The 116th Congress convenes tomorrow. The main order of business will be electing a new House Speaker and passing the rules package for the new Congress. One good thing in the rules package is that it changes the “three-day” rule to 72 hours [...]

It’s a Festivus Miracle!

Well we might have a ”shutdown” after all as President Trump will not sign a Continuing Resolution without funding for the border wall and Senate Democrats will block any bill funding the wall. Of course, this ”Shutdown” affects a [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Dr. Paul v Nancy Pelosi on Taxpayer-Funded Abortion

Today is the annual March for Life. One of the issues the marchers will be highlighting is taxpayer-funded abortions. One of the new Congress’ goals is to revive U.S. taxpayer funding of international organizations that perform or promote [...]

Stan Lee versus the censors

Stan “The Man” Lee passed away on November 12 of last year at the age of 94. Lee was for years the main writer of Marvel comics, and he created, or helped create, many of the most iconic characters in comics, including Spiderman, the Hulk, [...]

Classic Ron Paul: Audit the Fed

With Representative Thomas Massie reintroducing Audit the Fed yesterday, today seems like a good time to bring back Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s official statement on the Audit the Fed bill from 2009. You can read Dr. Paul’s [...]

Massie keeps Congress classie

Or at least tries to keep them honest. . . Last week, Representative Thomas Massie (KY-04) waged a heroic guerrilla campaign to force the House leadership to hold a vote on ending U.S. involvement  in Yemen by forcing roll-call votes on every [...]

This Week in Congress: A Shutdown for Christmas?

In case you missed it, yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the Senate would vote on a continuing resolution funding the government until February 8. President Trump originally indicated he was willing to give up funding a [...]