A recent three-hour hearing by the House Judiciary Committee on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and the secret FISA court, a follow up on congressional inquiries surrounding the explosive information exposed by NSA leaker Edward Snowden, revealed that the Obama administration believes Americans essentially have no right to privacy. Despite the Constitution’s Fourth Amendment guaranteeing the right to be free from unwarranted government invasions of privacy, National Correspondent Andy Ramirez with the Liberty News Network attended the hearing and reported that the federal government has gone wild.
In an effort to reignite the gun-control debate, two Democratic lawmakers are proposing massive tax hikes on handguns and ammunition.
Republican congressional leaders have signaled that they do not intend to fight for defunding ObamaCare in upcoming negotiations over a continuing resolution.
A University of California professor has estimated that the real national debt is vastly, almost inconceivably, larger than the one about to trigger the debt ceiling conversation after Labor Day.
The White House has struck a deal with the U.S. Congress that highlights the increasing disparity between lawmakers and the American people. Members of Congress will enjoy a regulatory fix that ultimately saves them thousands of dollars by allowing the federal government to continue subsidizing their health plans.
In a letter to members of Campaign for Liberty, Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) called for support for his Audit the Fed bill.
The Senate is scheduled to vote Wednesday morning on an amendment offered by Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) to end foreign aid to Egypt.
A report reveals that members of Congress who voted to extend the NSA's surveillance activities received more than twice the defense industry donations of those who voted to end the action.
Some congressional Republicans want to pass a spending bill that defunds ObamaCare, but not everyone in the GOP is on board.
The House Appropriations Committee approved a one-year funding ban on State Department implementation of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.
The fact that a majority of Republicans voted against and a majority of Democrats voted in favor of the Amash amendment demonstrates that the Establishment draws support from both major parties.