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Ron and Rand Paul: Now is the Time to Audit the Fed

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul and Senator Rand Paul recently co-wrote an editorial for RARE Liberty laying out the case for passage of the Audit the Fed bill this year. Campaign for Liberty is working to get a majority of the House to [...]

This week in Congress and Budget and ObamaCare update

The House of Representatives is not in session this week. However, the Senate will be in session considering nominations, including former Congresswoman Heather Wilson's nomination for Secretary of the Air Force and Scott Gottlieb's nomination [...]

Remember the Victims of Communism

Monday, May 1st was Victims of Communism Day. As the title suggests, this is a day to remember the millions of individuals who lost their lives at the hands of these murderous regimes and redouble our commitment to fighting for liberty A great [...]

Is Donald Trump listening to Ron Paul?

At least on education and land policy... Last week, President Trump signed two executive orders that supporters of limited, constitutional government and individual liberty should support. The executive orders do not create new laws or [...]

Stupid government trick: fining an engineer for doing math

Be careful if you are doing math in Oregon without an engineering license . . . even if you are an engineer. Or you may be fined by the Oregon State Board of Examiners for Engineering and Land Surveying. That is what happened to Mats [...]

Potential Committee vote to expand FDA power today

Today the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions (HELP) Committee will mark up S. 934, the FDA Reauthorization Act. This act renews the FDA's user-fee programs. Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) may offer an amendment giving [...]

Ron Paul: Mr. President Stay Home and Play Golf!

President Trump is about to embark on his first foreign trip, where he will stop in Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the Vatican, before attending a NATO meeting in Brussels and the G-7 summit in Sicily. The media and pundits have loudly wondered why [...]

10 things I hate about the budget deal

Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed the budget bill by a vote of 309-118. You can see the roll-call vote here. The bill is now in the Senate. Campaign for Liberty members should call their senators and tell them to vote against the [...]

This week in Congress

The big issue confronting Congress is passage of a long-term spending bill. Late Sunday night, the House and Senate announced that a deal had been reached. The deal spends 1.7 trillion dollars and does not contain any spending reductions. [...]

The (mostly) good, the bad, and the ugly in Trump's tax plan

Yesterday,  President Trump unveiled  a tax "reform" plan. Here is the (mostly) good, a few bad, and one ugly piece of the plan: The Good 1. Lowers taxes for millions of Americans; 2. Removes many Americans from the tax rolls; 3. [...]