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Ted Cruz: No Senator Who Takes Oath Seriously Should Vote For Lynch

Senator Ted Cruz recently took to the pages of Politico to explain why he opposes Loretta Lynch's nomination for Attorney General: When asked how she would be different from Eric Holder—the most partisan attorney general our nation has ever [...]

Conservatives Will Regret Attacking the Filibuster

During the recent debate over Homeland Security funding, some short-sighted Representatives advocated Senate Majority leader Mitch McConnell build on  Harry Reid's legacy by completely getting rid of the filibuster. Michael Hammond, a long-time [...]

Campaign for Liberty to Congress: Don't Bust the Spending Caps

Campaign for Liberty has joined a coalition of free-market groups on a letter to Budget Committee Chairman Tom Price in support of adhering to the current spending caps in all areas, including defense. Campaign for Liberty continues to work for [...]

Investors Should Demand an Audit of the Fed

So says Denis Kleinfield at Newsmax: Who needs to operate in secrecy? The Federal Reserve, Wall Street and the government. But who gets audited? Investors. Just this last week, however, proposals were introduced into Congress to audit [...]

Former GAO Officials Say, Yes, We Can Audit the Fed!

Opponents of the Audit the Fed legislation claim that allowing the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to Audit the Fed would somehow "politicize" the Fed by giving Congress power to dictate monetary policy.  The Wall Street Journal's [...]

Rand Paul: Lynch lacks "Compassion for Victims of Civil Asset Forfeiture"

Speaking to Breibart news, Kentucky Senator Rand Paul explained why he is joining Campaign for Liberty in opposing Loretta Lynch's nomination to be Attorney General: “I oppose her primarily because I don’t think she’s shown any compassion, [...]

Ron Paul: The Most Forceful Advocate of Limited Government

Roll Call magazine is celebrating 60 years with a weekly "Throwback Thursday Congressional Quiz." Yesterday, one of the questions was, “What freshman lawmaker was described as 'somewhat cocky and questioning' in 1976?" The answer? [...]

Stan Evans: RIP

When our friends get elected, they cease to be our friends." “The trouble with conservatives,” he once observed, “is that too many of them come to Washington thinking they are going to drain the swamp, only to discover that Washington [...]

More Americans wising up to who benefits from Obamanomics

According to a new Pew Research Center Poll, 66% of Americans believe that President's Obama's polices have benefited the rich, not the middle-class (H/T: The Daily Caller): Sixty-six percent of Pew’s 1,504 respondents say “government [...]

Big Government spends money to see if Big Government is bad

They could have just asked me... President Obama's budget proposes spending  $15 billion dollars to conduct a study on “Reducing Unnecessary Occupational Licensing Requirements.” Occupational licensing is the scheme by which [...]