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Colorado NDAA Vote

On Thursday, February 28, 33 members of the Colorado State House said it was fine for you to be detained indefinitely without a trial. They said with their vote, that it was fine for the President to snatch you off the street and then throw you in prison without ever giving you a trial, if […]


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Iowa’s No Fly Drone Zone bill

Senator Kent Sorenson (R-Milo) introduced Senate File 276 (SF 276) at the Statehouse last Wednesday. The bill would place a moratorium on the use of drones by all state agencies in Iowa and strictly prohibit weaponized drone systems.   SF 276 has been referred to the Senate Judiciary Committee. It’s imperative that this bill is […]


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Iowa Legislature Takes Aim at the 2nd Amendment

The Iowa Legislature is in session, and as the saying goes, “No man’s life, liberty, or property is safe while the legislature is in session.” The gun grabbers have wasted no time in trying to capitalize on the tragedy in Sandy Hook. Democrats in the Iowa House filed House File 163 (HF 163), “an act […]


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Stop “Policing for Profit” in Georgia

“A man’s home may be his castle, but that does not keep the government from taking it.”  ~U.S. v. Hendler Georgia Politicians are attacking your private property rights! Did you know under Georgia law, the government can seize your private property without even charging you with a crime?! Civil Forfeiture has become big business in […]


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Michigan Republican Party to citizens of Michigan: No guns allowed

For Immediate Release: Contact: Tony DeMott, State Coordinator Michigan Campaign for Liberty 734-717-8599 tony.demott@campaignforliberty.com Michigan Republican Party to the citizens of Michigan: No guns allowed While the Obama Administration talks about banning guns, the MI GOP is apparently actually doing it. Campaign for Liberty State Coordinator Tony DeMott and Ingham County Coordinator Phil Hofmeister were […]


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