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Budget Bill leaves no boondoggle behind

Writing in USA Today, James Bovard looks at some of the boondoggles hidden in the budget bill: The bill fails to block President Obama from delivering up to $3 billion to the United Nations Green Climate Fund, a partial product of the [...]

Campaign for Liberty supports Full Expensing Act

Campaign for Liberty is pleased to support Senator Rand Paul's "Full Expensing Act  of 2015" (S. 2350). As the title suggests, this legislation  allows businesses to deduct 100% of their business expenses within a year of purchase. While [...]

Hunger Games shows why Campaign for Liberty Matters

Mockingjay Part Two, the final installment of the popular Hunger Games series, is currently the leading movie in the country.  Mockingjay Part Two chronicles the final battle between the oppressive Capitol and the rebellion launched by the [...]

Janet Yellen: We need more information about the Fed

Isn't it ironic? Fed Chair Janet Yellen, speaking at a Federal Reserve Conference, recently suggested that policymakers need to "review" the "unconventional" monetary polices pursued by Central Banks in response to the 2008 financial [...]

Surprise: Government lying about true size of the national debt

Inflation and unemployment are not the only examples of the government manipulating government statistics. As former Government Accounting Office Head David Walker recently pointed out in The Hill,the government is also understanding the true [...]

Too much Ominibus

This week Congress will be voting on the $1.140 trillion Ominibus spending bill. As is the case with all these big spending bills that are rushed to the floor before most members have a chance to read them, this year's Ominbus is chocked full of [...]

Thomas Massie and Walter Jones: No funding for ex-Speaker's Office Space

Congressmen Walter Jones (NC-03) and Thomas Massie (KY-04) have introduced legislation (HR 4195) that stops the use of taxpayer money to fund the private offices of former House speakers.  There is no reason for taxpayers to subsidize the office [...]

Fed Leaks Benefit Certain Investors

A recent study by two Berkeley University economists not only confirms that the Federal Reserve routinely "leaks" confidential information but that the recipients of those leaks may be on the ground floor of a great investment [...]

The Federal Reserve's history of opposing transparency

Roger Auerbach, University of Texas Professor of Public Affairs and expert on aspects of the Federal Reserve's past that the Fed would prefer to keep hidden, has published a must-read article in the Huffington Post exploring the  Federal [...]

Will the Fed raise rates?

Champagne corks are popping in DC  over the October unemployment rate. According to the official figures, unemployment is at its lowest rate since 2008. Of course, the official figures are manipulated to lower the official unemployment [...]