A bipartisan group of House members has proposed legislation that would make it easier for people to defend themselves in federal cases for possessing marijuana, if they can show that they are using marijuana for medical purposes in line with relevant state laws. The Truth in Trials Act, H.R. 6134, was introduced Tuesday by Rep. [...]
By: Stephen Carter – firstname.lastname@example.org The Alien and Sedition acts were both an affront to genuine liberty, and also tools of great corruption and oppression. While many patriotically supported these acts as necessary to preserve the United States, they failed to realize the implications of such measures.
Rep. Ron Paul on Monday introduced legislation that would lower the federal government’s debt by canceling the roughly $1.6 trillion in debt held by the Federal Reserve. Paul has argued for the last few weeks that the idea represents a quick way to make the growing fiscal crisis more manageable. Under his bill, H.R. 2768, [...]
Proposition 14, also known as a Top Two election system and mistakenly called an “open primary”, would abolish our current party primary elections and replace it with a free for all June election to pick the top two candidates for the November election. Only two candidates will appear on the November ballot, even two candidates [...]
Statement of Congressman Ron Paul United States House of Representatives Statement Introducing the Free Competition in Currency Act December 9, 2009 Madame Speaker, I rise to introduce the Free Competition in Currency Act of 2009 (HR 4248). Currency, or money, is what allows civilization to flourish. In the absence of money, barter is the name [...]
After decades of trying, it seems very realistic that Rep. Ron Paul of Texas will have his bill to audit the federal reserve passed. It already has 282 co-sponsors in the house and is currently trying to gain support and momentum in the senate, with 20 co-sponsors so far. There are many in congress that [...]