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Campaign for Liberty Supports Federalism

Campaign for Liberty is supporting a bipartisan Amendment to the Commerce, Justice, and State Appropriations bill (part of the 5-bill omnibus H.R. 3055) by Democratic Representative Earl Blumenauer (OR-03) and Republican Representative Tom [...]

Action Needed to Stop the Surveillance State

The U.S. House of Representatives could vote as early as today on an amendment to the Defense Appropriations bill, stopping federal agents from using the surveillance states' crown jewel.   Specifically, the amendment forbids the use of [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Disaster of a Disaster Bill

Late last week, the U.S. Senate reached a deal on the disaster supplemental. The final cost of the bill came to $19 billion in “emergency” spending. President Trump, at the urging of Senate leaders, dropped his demand that the bill be [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will consider nominations and begin work on the Fiscal Year 2020 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). The House is in session Tuesday through Friday. The major piece of legislation is finishing work on H.R. 2740, the [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Hands Off the Electoral College

The "National Popular Vote Compact" (NPV) is a major threat to our constitutionally limited Republic and could disenfranchise voters from all but a few large states. The NPV is a compact between states which would bind member states' presidential [...]