This Week in Congress Wrap Up

Here is the vote to allow debate on Senator Rand Paul’s legislation blocking arm sales to Qatar. The vote was 42-57. Mike Lee and Ted Cruz were the only Republicans to join Senator Paul in voting to block the arm sales. Here is the roll-call [...]

This Week in Congress

This Thursday, the Senate will vote on Senator Rand Paul’s resolution  blocking President Trump’s arms sales to Qatar — more on that here. The Senate will also vote on nominations. The House is in session Monday through Thursday. The [...]

This Week in Congress

The House was in session Monday through Wednesday. The most significant vote was approving the $19.2 billion disaster supplemental. The bill passed by a vote of 354-58. Every Democrat and 132 Republicans voted for it; 58 Republicans voted [...]

Support the Audit the Fed Banner Bomb

Aside from when it draws the occasional ire from President Trump on Twitter, the Federal Reserve is doing all it can to slip back into the shadows of public life. Fed Chairman Powell is doing his best to stay out of the spotlight and fly under [...]

Hey Trump: Remember Wikileaks?

Last week in an episode of my daily Ron Paul Liberty Report we discussed whether the US and British government were actually trying to kill jailed Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange. More than seven years ago Assange was granted asylum from the [...]

The first Audit the Fed “Banner Bomb” ads are up!

But Dr. Paul is counting on your help to keep them running. . . Our biggest concern is we may not be able to fully implement Phase One of this “Banner Bomb” program without an immediate influx of support from liberty-minded patriots like [...]

The War Crimes That Don't Get Punished

Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-CA) found himself in hot water recently over comments he made in defense of Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher, who faces war crimes charges over his alleged conduct while serving in combat overseas. Gallagher is charged with [...]

Congress Wrap-up

With Congress out of town this is a good time to go over some of the most significant roll-call votes of recent months. Here is the vote on final phase of H.R. 1994, the bill making changes to federal laws governing retirement plans and changing [...]

Texas bans red light (s)cameras

On Saturday, June 1, Texas. Gov. Greg. Abbott signed the bill banning red light cameras in Texas. Abbott said he was motivated to support the bill for several reasons: "No.1, privacy concerns. We think that the right to due process matters," [...]

C4L puts NPV on the brink of defeat in two states

Campaign for Liberty activists in Nevada and Maine were instrumental in rallying the grassroots to fight the National Popular Vote (NPV) compact that would essentially destroy the Electoral College as laid out by our Founding Fathers. NPV [...]