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C4L Joins Rand Paul in Fighting the Zombies

Halloween may be over but the monsters are still haunting us . . . especially in Washington, D.C. On Halloween Senator Rand Paul, Chairman of the Federal Spending Oversight and Emergency Management Senate Committee on Homeland Security and [...]

This Week in Congres

This Week in Congress The U.S. House is in from Tuesday to Thursday. Right now, the only scheduled rules bill is H.R. 4863, which reauthorizes the Export-Import Bank and renames it the United States Export Finance Agency. The bill also makes [...]

Senate Wrap-Up

Last week, the Senate passed H.R. 3055, Commerce, Justice, Science, Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, Interior, Environment, Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development [...]

This Week in Congress

Senator Rand Paul’s amendment to H.R. 3055 (the omnibus appropriations bills), which cut spending by a mere 2%, failed by a vote of 24-67. With the federal deficit reaching 960 billion dollars, it is outrageous that only 24 senators would vote [...]

This Week in Congress Wrap-Up: SHIELD, NATO, Spending, and SALT

On Wednesday, the House passed H.R. 4617, the SHIELD Act, by a vote of 227-181. Every Democrat but Collin Peterson (MN-07) voted for it and every voting Republican and Independent Justin Amash (MI-03) voted against it. You can see the vote [...]

Rand Paul Defends Whistleblower

Last Wednesday, Senator Rand Paul objected to a unanimous consent request by Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono (HI) to move a bill expressing the “Sense of the Senate” regarding whistleblowers. Senator Paul did this to seek a vote on his [...]

Last Week in Congress

The House is in recess this week. Here is what happened last week. The House passed H.Res. 296, legislation recognizing the Armenian genocide committed by the Turks. The vote was 405-11. Some members voted for it because they felt it was [...]

Ron Paul: Elites Should Practice What They Preach

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently penned an Op-Ed in the Washington Times exposing an example of hypocrisy of the politicians and celebrities who want to take away our liberties in the name of fighting climate change. The article [...]

Senate Vote to Cut Spending Today

Today, at approximately 5:30, the Senate will vote on an amendment to H.R. 3055--the Commerce-Justice-Science, Agriculture-FDA, Military Construction, Veterans’ Affairs, and Transportation  and Housing and Urban Development ”minibus” [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Free-Market in Organ Donation

President Trump recently signed an executive order aimed at improving diagnosis and treatment of kidney patients. One part of the order aims to incentivize kidney donations by providing donors compensation for lost wages and child care expenses [...]