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“Right to Work is Part of Economic Liberty”

 
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“Right to Work is Part of Economic Liberty”

In his latest Texas Straight Talk, Congressman and C4L Honorary Chairman Ron Paul discusses the importance of Right to Work laws: Many observers were surprised when Michigan, historically a stronghold of union power, became the nation’s 24th “Right to Work” state. The backlash from November’s unsuccessful attempt to pass a referendum forbidding the state from adopting a […]


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Providing Greater Protection for Teachers and Children

C4L member, grassroots activist, and former NYPD detective John Baeza appeared on Fox News to discuss yesterday’s tragic events and how to increase protections for teachers and children. Watch it by clicking here or visiting the following link: http://www.therightscoop.com/nypd-detective-we-need-to-repeal-gun-free-school-zones/


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GOP Leadership Betrays Grassroots with Power Grab

C4L’s latest press release focuses on the House GOP’s Monday action to consolidate their power. GOP Leadership Betrays Grassroots with Power Grab  Shameful actions show Republican leadership learned little from November elections. SPRINGFIELD, VA – In a gross display of power intended to send a message to the rest of the House GOP, Speaker John […]


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Lock You Up and Throw Away the Key

The latest email from C4L President John Tate: Your liberties are once again hanging by a thread. As little as five votes, in fact. Next week, the lame-duck U.S. Senate will take up the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). And the statists will do virtually anything to keep the power to lock up American citizens […]


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The GOP’s Last Best Hope

As the debate continues to rage over the future of the Republican Party, Senator Rand Paul points out in a piece on The Washington Times’ website today that the answers the GOP is seeking can be found in our movement and our message. “My father’s imprint will not be in Washington but in the minds […]


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