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This Week in Congress

The Senate is done with impeachment, so they are back to nominations. The House is in session Monday through Thursday. The House is currently scheduled to consider H.J.Res. 79, which removes the time limits for states to ratify the Equal Rights [...]

This Week in Congress

Well the longest shutdown in history is over . . . for now. Last Friday, the Senate and House passed legislation ending the government shutdown until February 15. The Senate passed it by unanimous consent so there is no roll-call vote. Here is [...]

This Week in Congress

The big event this week is the passage of a $1.3 trillion Omnibus spending bill, which follows on the heels of an announcement that the national debt has topped $21 trillion for the first time in history. The biggest source of controversy over [...]

Fusion Centers: A Billion Dollars of Paranoia

Before voting on H.R. 2169, which improves information sharing among the Department of Homeland Security and "fusion centers," Representatives should read James Bovard's "A Billion Dollars of Paranoia," which explains the dangers of the "fusion [...]

This week in Congress

The Senate will be in session and considering nominations this week. The House will be in from Monday through Friday. The major legislation the House will be considering is overturning the following Obama regulations: 1. The Steam [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will consider nominations and three tax treaties, one with Spain, one with Japan, and one with Luxembourg. Senator Rand Paul has objected to the treaties on the grounds they may threaten the confidentiality of American’s tax records. [...]

This Week in Congress

The big vote this week is on the “compromise” immigration reform bill (H.R. 6136). As of this writing, it is not sure if the bill will be amended to include the mandatory E-Verify National ID/Database system, so Campaign for Liberty members [...]

This Week in Congress

The Senate will be working on the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) this week. Senator Rand Paul is currently holding up the bill by sitting on the floor and objecting to every unanimous consent request until he gets a vote on his [...]

This week in Congress

The House is in session Tuesday through Friday this week. The legislation of most interest to liberty activists the House will consider this week is actually something on the suspension calendar. The bill in question, H.R. 2169, is designed to [...]

This week in Congress: Will the Government Shutdown?

Probably not but I can dream... The House and the Senate have returned to work. The major item on the agenda remains the Continuing Resolution keeping the government open until  December 9. If a continuing resolution is not signed into law [...]