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CFPB Fireworks in August?

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has wisely cut the traditional month-long August recess to one week in retaliation for the Democrat’s “slow-walking” a slate of judicial nominations. This is unnecessarily dragging [...]

This Week in Congress Part Two

Here are some more suspension bills Congress will consider this week: H.R. 3994— Establishes the Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth within the National Telecommunications and Infrastructure Association. The office’s mission is [...]

Ron Paul: On War, Gold, and My Years in Congress

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently sat down with Ludwig Von Mises Institute President (and his former Chief of Staff) Jeff Deist to discuss his political career, including his 2008 and 2012 presidential campaigns, and the issues that [...]

Judge Andrew Napolitano on War and the Separation Powers

Last month, U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), Chairman of the Federal Spending Oversight and Emergency Management Subcommittee of the Homeland Security Committee held an important hearing on “War Powers and the Effects of Unauthorized Military [...]

Ron Paul: Is Trump’s America First Energy Policy being Hijacked?

Ron Paul: Is Trump’s America First Energy Policy being Hijacked? Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently penned an op-ed for Breitbart detailing how some senators are trying to derail President Trump’s efforts to ease the burden [...]

Ron Paul to Congress: Keep the Internet Tax-Free

Below is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s testimony submitted to the House Committee on the Judiciary’s hearing on “Examining the Wayfair decision’s impact on small businesses and consumers.” Dr. Paul explains why the Supreme [...]

This Week in Congress

The House is in session Monday through Thursday before adjourning for the five-week August recess. Last week, only 15 Republicans voted against H.R. 6147, which funds the Department of Interior, the National Endowment on the Arts and the [...]

Congress Stands Up to CFPB

A rare piece of good news from Congress is that the Financial Services Appropriations bill changes the method for funding the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). The Dodd-Frank bill funded the CFPB through the Federal Reserve. This [...]

This Week in Congress

Before getting into this week, I want to draw your attention to two key Senate votes from last week. Both votes were “motions to instruct the House-Senate conferees on the National Defense Authorization Act,” meaning the Senate wants the [...]

Sanders, Booker join war on Franchisees

Proof that the attempt to make it easier for unions to organize service employee workers is a major priority of the “progressives”  is that two potential candidates for the 2020 Democratic Party Presidential nomination have recently endorsed [...]