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"Where are they Now?"
"This Independence Day, FreedomWorks looks at how the Bill of Rights has stood up over time."
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Where are they Now? The Tenuous Legacy of the Bill of Rights

This Independence Day, millions of Americans will gather to watch fireworks, grill some burgers and dogs, and celebrate the hard-fought freedoms of our forefathers. But in the heady rush of red, white, and blue patriotism, it’s important to remember what those freedoms actually mean, and to examine whether they still remain intact today.

07/02/2014
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The Judiciary with Ken Cuccinelli "The NSA Lawsuit"

07/01/2014
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FreedomWorks for America Calls on US Attorney’s Offices, DoJ, FBI to Investigate Cochran Election Fraud Allegations

Washington, DC- In an audio interview released to RedState, a Mississippi reverend revealed text messages and communications allegedly from the Thad Cochran campaign that, if true, catch the campaign breaking election law and buying votes in the GOP runoff election.

07/01/2014
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Give Me 64 oz. or Give Me Death!

The New York Court of Appeals ruled the New York City ban on super-sized soft drinks unconstitutional late last week, dealing a small but significant blow to the nanny state. According to the ruling, the city’s Board of Health “exceeded the scope of its regulatory authority” by engaging in law-making and infringing upon the legislative jurisdiction of the City Council of New York.

07/01/2014
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The Road to Transportation Federalism

The Highway Trust Fund may dry up by September 30th. This raises a question that should have been debated long ago: what role does the federal government have in transportation? Senator Mike Lee and Representative Tom Graves have wisely suggested that the solution is to phase out federal control over transportation.

07/01/2014
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Supreme Court: Cell Phone Stays Secure

Personal Freedom and Prosperity 110: The Rule of Law The law prevails, not the proclamation or arbitrary decision of a ruler, a government bureaucr the enforcer (e.g., policeman) or judge.

07/01/2014
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Empower.org "The Awakening"

07/01/2014
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How “Winning at Any Cost” Isn’t Really Winning at All

It’s no secret that the establishment in Washington, D.C. is terrified of the liberty movement now now sweeping the Republican Party. Bilious quotes from figures such as Mitch McConnell, John McCain, and others in the Party leadership reflect the undisguised animosity towards those who want to put actual conservatives in office.

07/01/2014
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Tell Your Members of Congress: Support the Transportation Empowerment Act

The TEA Act takes out the federal middleman and empowers states to fund their own transportation projects.

06/30/2014
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SCOTUS Rules for Workplace Freedom, While Preserving Union Power

For the past year, the Supreme Court has been mulling the case of Harris v. Quinn, in which the state of Illinois was asserting its authority to collect union dues from non-union members working as home health care workers under a Medicare program. The state’s argument was that, since public sector labor unions negotiate contracts that benefit non-union members in terms of higher wages and better working conditions, it would be acceptable to expect these workers to pay union dues in return.

06/30/2014

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