Update from Capitol Hill

Andrew Sharp
Apr 29, 2011 at 9:50 AM

Rep. Ron Paul announced in Des Moines, Iowa, that he is forming a Presidential Exploratory Committee.

Rep. Paul appeared on The View to discuss foreign policy, health care, and his new book, Liberty Defined.

Rep. Paul appeared on Sean Hannity's program to discuss the 2012 elections.

Rep. Paul appeared on Fox and Friends to discuss the debt limit and the difference between Hayek and Keynes.

Rep. Paul was a guest on The Colbert Report and talked about the Federal reserve and the out of control spending of both parties.

Rep. Paul told the New York Sun that the US is already in a slow-motion default.

Rep. Paul issued a written statement in response to Ben Bernanke's first-ever press conference.

Politico called the Paul family the "libertarian Kennedys."

Sen. Mike Lee wrote an Op-Ed in the National Review Online in support of a balanced budget amendment.

The Daily Caller did an in-depth interview with Sen. Lee on Libya, the debt limit, and his experience in the Senate so far.

Senators Graham, McCain, and Leiberman pushed for more blood and bombs in Libya.

Rep. Justin Amash warned against Sen. Graham's advice in the strongest terms,  saying he speaks neither for the freedom agenda nor the Republican party.

Rep. Amash appeared on Freedom Watch with Judge Napolitano to discuss auditing and ending the Fed.

Sen. Rand Paul demanded to see Donald Trump's long-form Republican party registration.

Good updates. Sad that it updates not so often, but anyway - good.

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