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We will not conform. We will not conform. We will not conform. No, it isn't a chant or a mantra. It's a statement of fact. Something that we as grassroots activists should be used to by now. How about another group of folks who could be considered full-time protesters? Another group of people who might be used to not conforming for even longer than the tea party groups have been around. How about a group of dedicated home schoolers? This is the portrait of a home school mom and dad.
As one of our over 6.5 million FreedomWorks activists nationwide, I urge you to contact your senators and ask them to vote YES on the Lee Amendment to H.R. 5021, the bill to bail out the Federal Highway Trust Fund. Senator Lee’s amendment would prevent future bailouts of the poorly managed Highway Trust Fund by gradually returning that money and authority to the states.
Thanks to The Blaze and Freedomworks, I was privileged to be invited to liveblog Glenn Beck’s live Common Core event tonight in Dallas/Ft. Worth. Below the fold I’ll be providing regular updates on the event for those who were not able to attend in theaters tonight to hear the information on how to defeat this Federal intrusion into education.
This Action Plan is a work in progress—designed to help you make a real difference in your community. We've worked with education experts, grassroots organizers, teachers, and concerned Americans from around the country. Now we need your input.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia made a crucial ruling today that should make ObamaCare supporters nervous. After hearing the case Halbig v. Burwell (formerly Halbig v. Sebelius), a three-judge panel ruled 2-1 that the federal government cannot legally distribute insurance premium subsidies or enforce the individual or employer mandates in states which have not created their own health insurance exchange. The case will likely go before the full D.C. Circuit Court, which would be the last stop before a likely journey to the U.S. Supreme Court.