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This week in Congress: The Good, the Bad, and the Bison

The Senate resumes session today at 3pm and continues work on amendments to the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill. Two amendments up this week of interest to Campaign for Liberty members are an amendment by Washington Senator Patty Murray that [...]

Campaign for Liberty to Congress: Protect FBI Whistleblowers

Campaign for Liberty has joined a broad-based coalition in supporting the FBI Whistleblower Protection Act (S. 2390). As the title suggests, this legislation strengthens protections for FBI whistleblowers. The reason this legislation is necessary [...]

Should the IRS Have Total Power?

Happy Tax Theft Day! Since April 15 was the day that DC celebrated "Emancipation Day"-- which commemorates the signing of the "Compensated Emancipation Act," that freed 3,000 slaves in the District of Columbia-- the IRS delayed tax [...]

Liberty at the Movies: Allegiant

Allegiant, the third (and best so far) entry in the Divergent Series is currently playing in theaters. Divergent movies are based on a popular "young adult" novel featuring a female protagonist who challenges a totalitarian government... in other [...]

The Great Alcohol Cover-up

Tomorrow, I will speaking at a press conference regarding Bellion Spirits' petition challenging the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau's (TTB) refusal  to allow the company to list NTX as an ingredient in their vodka. One of TTB's [...]

How Do You Tell If A Politician Is Lying?

Their lips are moving... Research into how often humans lie has confirmed what a lot of us (especially those of use who spend a lot of time at the federal or state capitols) have always suspected. While everyone lies, politicians lie more than [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Raising Minimum Wage hurts the poor

California and New York are the latest states to raise the minimum wage. As the election season progresses, look for more states to raise the minimum wage. Look also for increasing number of House, Senate, and Presidential candidates to promise [...]

This Week in Congress: Protect Taxpayers From the IRS

The House of Representatives is in session Monday through Thursday this week. On Monday and Tuesday, the House will consider "suspensions."  Since this is tax week, the House will focus on legislation dealing with the Internal Revenue [...]

Thank You, Thomas Massie

Yesterday, the House passed H.R. 1567, the "Global Food Security Act."  As I wrote earlier this week, H.R. 1567  "....requires the President to coordinate the development and implementation of a comprehensive strategy to accomplish the [...]

This Week in Congress: Foreign Aid and Tyranny

In other words, it is a typical week... The House returns from "spring break" tomorrow. Tuesday and Wednesday the House will consider "suspensions." One of the suspension bills of particular interest to Campaign for Liberty members is H.R. [...]