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What to Expect When Congress Returns

Yesterday the House leadership announced that when the House comes back from August recess it will consider a "consolidated" appropriations bill. The bill will contain the 8 appropriation bills that have yet to pass the House. The idea is to [...]

This Week in Congress

Members of the House of Representatives have gone home for, "fact finding missions," with some of these missions occurring overseas. Sadly, the Senate remains in session. After last week's ObamaCare debacle, the Senate continues to work behind [...]

Murray Rothbard on ObamaCare: The Devil is in the Principle

Ok, he was not actually writing about ObamaCare but Hillarycare... Back in 1993, during the debate over "Hillarycare" (the "beta" version" of ObamaCare), most of the so-called "opposition" to the plan centered around the details. Critics said [...]

This week in Congress

The big news in Congress right now is the failure of McConnellCare. As I write this, a vote on full repeal of ObamaCare has not yet been scheduled, but one is expected soon. Senator McConnell has also invoked "Rule 14" on the FDA User Fee [...]

Ron Paul to President Trump and Attorney General Sessions: Don't Ban Online Gaming

Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul recently wrote to President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions requesting they not “interpret” the 1961 WIRE Act to give the Justice Department authority to ban online gaming. Since Dr. Paul [...]

Senate to Stop Death by FDA

Today at noon EST, the U.S. Senate is voting on S. 204, legislation which would enshrine the principle of right to try into federal law. Right to try, which is law in 37 states, allows terminally ill patients to use drugs and medical [...]

This Week in Congress

The big news of the week is the vote on ObamaCare repeal. Today the Senate will vote on the motion to proceed. If the motion passes, the Senate will vote on both legislation to repeal ObamaCare, and legislation to replace it with McConnellCare. [...]

Do conservatives really want to repeal ObamaCare?

And if not, why not? John C. Goodman of the Goodman Institute, and one of the first economists to promote Health Savings Accounts (HSA), asks, and answers, that question: Probably not. Here’s why: virtually every conservative health policy [...]

McConnellCare: the Bad and the Ugly

Cause there's not much good... Yesterday Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled his latest ObamaCare "replacement" plan. The bill, like prior versions, maintains key features of ObamaCare. However, this bill is demonstrably worst. For [...]

Now hear this!

Stephen Moore, Distinguished Visiting Fellow for Project for Economic Growth at The Heritage Foundation, recently explained why consumers should be able to purchase a hearing aid without seeking permission from a government-licensed [...]