This Week in Congress

While the House is on a five-week August recess, the Senate is in session most of this month. The main Senate business is nominations. The Senate will also continue working on the “omnibus” appropriations bill that combines funding for the Interior Department, EPA,...

CFPB Fireworks in August?

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has wisely cut the traditional month-long August recess to one week in retaliation for the Democrat’s “slow-walking” a slate of judicial nominations. This is unnecessarily dragging nomination confirmation hearings out as long as...

Ron Paul to Congress: Keep the Internet Tax-Free

Below is Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul’s testimony submitted to the House Committee on the Judiciary’s hearing on “Examining the Wayfair decision’s impact on small businesses and consumers.” Dr. Paul explains why the Supreme Court was mistaken to rule in...

This Week in Congress Part Two

Here are some more suspension bills Congress will consider this week: H.R. 3994— Establishes the Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth within the National Telecommunications and Infrastructure Association. The office’s mission is to help communities gain access...