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Thomas Massie: If we are going to go to war, we must follow the Constitution

 
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Thomas Massie: If we are going to go to war, we must follow the Constitution

In case you missed it, here and below is Representative Thomas Massie’s excellent statement in support of H.Con.Res. 105., a resolution passed by the House of Representative on Friday forbidding the President from deploying combat troops in a “sustained” combat role in Iraq without specific authorization from Congress. Be sure to catch Representative Massie and […]


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House to vote on gun rights today–UPDATE GUN RIGHTS WON

UPDATE REPRESENTATIVE MASSIE’S PRO-GUN RIGHTS AMENDMENT PASSED BY A VOTE OF 241-181. Roll-call vote here. Today, the House will consider the  Financial Services and General Government Appropriations Act (HR 5016).   Among the items included in the bill is the yearly appropriations for the District of Columbia (DC). Kentucky Representative Thomas Massie (KY-04) will be offering […]


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GOP leadership’s hysterical attacks on Massie Amendment

Not only did every member of the GOP leadership vote against the Massie amendment to the Defense Appropriations bill forbidding warrantless wiretapping of American citizens, they also distorted the amendment in their official summary and vote recommendation: Massie Amdt- “Prohibits funds from being used to fully exploit lawfully collected foreign intelligence information collected under Sec. […]


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Support Massie Amendment to end Warrantless Surveillance!

A bipartisan collation of members are offering an amendment to the Defense Department Appropriations Bill forbidding the use of funds to conduct warrantless surveillance of American citizens. Passing this amendment would be a major step forward in the battle to restore the Fourth Amendment. Among the members in the bipartisan coalition are Representative Thomas Massive […]


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Rehabilitating Hemp’s Image

Campaign for Liberty has frequently reported on the progress of rehabilitating hemp’s image and rescuing the crop (which has deep historical roots in our country) from the stigma it’s been given since being classified as a Schedule 1 narcotic in 1970, a victim of overzealous government regulators wildly swinging their broad brush. This week, Rolling […]


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