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This Week in Congress Wrap Up

Senator Rand Paul’s bill to deny arm sales to Bahrain was tabled by a vote of 77-21. You can see the vote here. Senator Paul delivered a must-watch speech on his bill here. I heard from a friend on Capitol Hill that House leadership was [...]

Pinstriped Protectionism

Tim Carney comments on the 10th anniversary of the big bank bailouts by looking at how the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) was nothing more than protectionism for the financial elites: But there are better words than cronyism for the [...]

Who wants you to pay more for prescription drugs? Some in Congress

One of the major problems with healthcare policy (as well as policy in general) is that too many representatives support giving government more power to solve government-created problems. For example, Representative Buddy Carter (GA-01). Rep. [...]

This Week in Congress

Congress comes back from their Fourth of July “district work period” this week. The Senate will be considering nominations. The major piece of legislation on the House’s agenda is H.R. 6237, which authorizes intelligence activities of [...]

Breaking News: Congress Considers New AUMF

Yesterday, Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Bob Corker released a new Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF). The authorization gives the President blanket authority to “use all necessary and appropriate force against [...]

James Bovard: Believe Women Who Have Been Assaulted By the TSA

Libertarian journalist James Bovard is calling on Congress to put an end to sexual assault…by the TSA. In a recent column Bovard recounts some stories from females who allege they have been assaulted by the TSA. Campaign for Liberty [...]

This Week in Congress wrap-up: your tax dollars still going to Afghanistan child rapists

Well by Monday we may have a new Supreme Court Justice as the Senate should vote  on the nomination of BrettKavanaughh to the court on Saturday. The Senate this week passed the FAA reauthorization bill by as vote of 93-6. The six "no" votes [...]

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 [...]

State of the States: June 2018 Update

From passing Sound Money bills, to annihilating law enforcement weaponized drones, to thwarting the spread of ObamaCare expansion, to beating back statist schemes to impose "gag rules" on C4L, Campaign for Liberty grassroots leaders and activists [...]

Open Skies and Dogs

The recent story about a dog being flown to multiple cities is but the latest example of why so many people dread flying— and it’s not just TSA. It’s the high prices, being overcharged for things—like checking in luggage, to a sandwich on [...]