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Walter Williams RIP

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul issued the following statement regarding the passing of noted libertarian economist Walter Williams: “With the passing of Walter Williams, the liberty movement has lost one of its [...]

Congress: Stimulus and spending update

On September 30, the Senate passed the Continuing Resolution funding the government until after the election. The following ten Republican senators voted against continuing spending on autopilot: Marsha Blackburn (TN) Mike Braun (IN) Ted [...]

There is no small government party in DC

On Tuesday, the House passed a Continuing Resolution keeping the government funded until December 11.  The bill also extends the highway trust fund for a year and blocked a planned increase in Medicare Part B premiums and allows FEMA to access [...]

This week in Congress wrap up

The House was in session from Monday through Thursday. The Senate was also in session and considered nominations. In a normal election year, this would have been one of the last weeks of session before Congress adjourned so members could go [...]

Standing up for what's right is never a cakewalk

Please read this special note from Carol Paul; then, help us wish Dr. Paul a Happy Birthday! Can I ask for your help in a little “surprise” for my husband, Ron? This Thursday, August 20, he’s going to turn 85! Will you sign his [...]

This Week in Congress

The U.S. House is in session Tuesday through next week. Majority Leader Steny Hoyer has advised representatives to expect votes over the weekend and early next week. Congress “needs” to pass either an Omnibus spending bill or a continuing [...]

This week in Congress SCOTUS Edition

This week, Congress will be dominated by two stories: the ongoing talks about a coronavirus “relief” and economic “stimulus” bill and Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearings. Obamacare is a major issue in Judge Barrett’s [...]

Ron Paul Classic: Restore America’s Budget Plan

On Monday, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a 30-year projection of the federal budget. The report shows that if current spending trends continue, the national debt will be at 195% of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by 2050.  That’s [...]

"Skinny" Coronavirus Bill Fails in Senate

Yesterday, the U.S. Senate failed to invoke cloture on Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s “skinny” coronavirus relief bill. The bill would have spent almost a half-trillion dollars on programs related to the pandemic, including [...]

Update on Medical ID

Unfortunately, the amendment repealing the ban on using federal funds to develop a unique patient identifier was snuck through the U.S. House last week. The amendment was folded into an “en bloc” amendment.  This is when group of amendments [...]