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This week in Congress: wrap-up

The big events of the week both took place off of the floor. First, on Tuesday, the Senate Rules Committee held a markup of S. 1, the Senate companion to H.R. 1, the Legalized Election Theft bill. This act codifies many of the most [...]

Congress Again Proves that the Business of Washington is War

Libertarian educator Tom Woods famously quipped that “no matter who you vote for you end up with John McCain.” Unfortunately Woods was proven right for about the thousandth time this past week, as Washington again showed us that it is all [...]

Walter Williams RIP

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul issued the following statement regarding the passing of noted libertarian economist Walter Williams: “With the passing of Walter Williams, the liberty movement has lost one of its [...]

No Vaccine for Tyranny

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently admitted that lockdowns cause more harm than good. Following this announcement, one would have expected American politicians to immediately end the lockdowns. After all, the WHO ‘s pronouncements are [...]

This week in Congress SCOTUS Edition

This week, Congress will be dominated by two stories: the ongoing talks about a coronavirus “relief” and economic “stimulus” bill and Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings. Obamacare is a major issue in Judge Barrett’s [...]

Ron Paul on passing of Rush Limbaugh

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul issued the following statement on the death of conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh: “Carol and I extend our deepest sympathies to Rush Limbaugh’s family, friends and many fans. While I had [...]

This week in Congress

The U.S. House and Senate are in session for as long as it takes to wrap up business for the year. As of this writing, there is still not a deal on a Fiscal Year 2021 Omnibus Appropriations bill, but the two sides are said to be close to an [...]

This Week in Congress

The U.S. House is in session Tuesday through next week. Majority Leader Steny Hoyer has advised representatives to expect votes over the weekend and early next week. Congress “needs” to pass either an Omnibus spending bill or a continuing [...]

Congress: Stimulus and spending update

On September 30, the Senate passed the Continuing Resolution funding the government until after the election. The following ten Republican senators voted against continuing spending on autopilot: Marsha Blackburn (TN) Mike Braun (IN) Ted [...]

Can the Fed End Racism?

House Financial Services Chair Maxine Waters and Senator Elizabeth Warren have introduced the Federal Reserve Racial and Economic Equity Act. This legislation directs the Federal Reserve to eliminate racial disparities in income, employment, [...]