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Catoosa County C4L Blocks Taxpayer Bailout

Way to go Catoosa County (GA) Campaign for Liberty! Members showed up to a County Commissioner’s meeting and successfully blocked a proposed $35 Million taxpayer bailout of the Hutcheson Medical Center. “I think they did the right thing today. There’s too much we don’t know,” said Joanna Skiles, a coordinator for Catoosa Campaign for Liberty, the […]


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Will Randy Evans and Linda Herren Walk the Walk?

Reince Priebus, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, talks a good game about wanting to open the doors of the party to liberty movement activists . . . . . . He just hasn’t been walking the walk. But at this week’s RNC meeting, Chairman Priebus can show us he is serious about working with […]


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Every. Single. One.

RNC officials know they’ve been exposed. Due to the pressure from patriots like you from all over the country, I’m hearing from the inside that some GOP officials are scurrying around trying to cut a “deal.” You see, they’re anxious to save face. They know that while telling all Ron Paul supporters to hit the […]


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TAKE ACTION: Attack of the Drones in Gilmer County!

Can you believe they are trying to create a drone launch base at Gilmer County Airport so they can fly drones over Gilmer County? A drone, or “unmanned aerial vehicle,” is a remote-controlled airplane used for spying on the general public. The amount of information they can get while flying over your neighborhood should make […]


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The GOP’s Tampa Tactics Continue

The GOP establishment’s sheer HATRED for those of us who truly believe in liberty, limited government, and constitutional principles was on full display in Tampa, Florida, last summer. New rules designed to weaken grassroots activists were RAMMED through at the hands of establishment-insider lawyer Ben Ginsberg over the SCREAMING objections of rank-and-file delegates at the […]


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