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War on Uber moves to Virginia [UPDATED]

If you live in a major city, you probably love Uber. This innovative ride-sharing service is loved by consumers and loathed by taxi monopolies. City Councils all across the country are trying to regulate Uber in order to limit competition for traditional taxis. Today, the Commonwealth of Virginia sent “cease and desist” letters to both Uber […]


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Harvard grad Sen. Chuck Schumer doesn’t know author of Bill of Rights

Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Harvard graduate, could use a lesson not only in history but in the First Amendment to the Constitution, you know, the document he swore to uphold and protect. The money quote from The Washington Times: I think if Thomas Jefferson were looking down, the author of the Bill of Rights, on what’s being […]


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Victory for Hemp!

Late last night, by a vote of 246-162, the House voted on, and passed, Rep Thomas Massie’s hemp amendment C4L urged our members to take action on yesterday. The amendment simply stated, “that no funds may be used by the Department of Justice or the Drug Enforcement Administration to violate the clear language of section 7606, […]


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Minnesota Constitutional Carry Resolution

The anti-gun lobby takes advantage of each tragedy in a gun free zone to demand even more draconian gun control laws. Rather than take responsibility for disarming people and seek to ensure that law abiding citizens have the ability to demand themselves, the gun grabbers demand that more people be denied their constitutional right to […]


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Tell Congress to Vote YES on Massie’s Hemp Amendment!

Later today, the House will vote on a bipartisan amendment offered by Reps. Massie, Blumenauer, Polis, Barr, and Bonamici to address the legal confusion regarding Section 7606 of the Farm bill relating to industrial hemp. This amendment is meant to prevent the DEA from harassing other states, like Kentucky recently experienced, when trying to begin […]


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