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Another Proof Lindsey Graham Is an Obama Republican: He Crossed Party Lines to Vote for Obama's Supreme Court Nominees

Senator Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina) is running for reelection, as a "conservative Republican." A better label for him would be "Obama Republican."

03/25/2014
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Supreme Court Hears Big Union Case

Things aren’t looking so good for big unions in the United States. School choice has teachers’ unions running scared and right to work is, well, working. As unions lose their strongholds around the country, they are looking for more ways to shore up their power. An upcoming case at the Supreme Court, though, might chip away at said power even more. 

02/05/2014
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“100% Security”: Obama’s Cradle-to-Grave Surveillance

At a congressional hearing in March, Senator Ron Wyden asked the question that a leaked FISC order answered weeks ago. “Does the NSA collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of Americans?” “No sir,” replied James Clapper, the NSA’s Director of National Intelligence. “Not wittingly.”

06/18/2013
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The Supreme Court Rules on DNA Collection

This is still America, right? We still have a Constitution and a Bill of Rights, correct? Lately, it sure doesn’t seem like it. It seems like we are constantly hearing new stories of our rights being under attack here in America. This week, it’s the Fourth Amendment which is being systematically destroyed. 

06/04/2013
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Thanks to the Supreme Court, Seniors Still "Trapped in Medicare"

In 2008, a group of liberty-minded citizens filed a lawsuit, Hall v. Sebelius, to disconnect Medicare Part A membership from their Social Security benefits. Last February, the D.C. Court of Appeals narrowly ruled in favor of the government, and the case seemed destined to reach the Supreme Court. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court recently announced that it would refuse to hear the case, thereby rendering the lower court’s decision final.

02/20/2013
Kroger Confronts Obamacare by Reducing Employee Hours
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Kroger Confronts Obamacare by Reducing Employee Hours

When the Supreme Court upheld Obamacare in June, many businesses were left to face difficult decisions.

11/05/2012
Unions deemed exempt from Identity Theft laws
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Unions deemed exempt from Identity Theft laws

As one of 22 Right to Work states in America, North Carolina workers are not required to belong to a union in order to keep their jobs. When 33 workers at AT&T exercised this right and resigned their membership in the Communication Workers of America Union in 2007, they were subjected to workplace harassment. The harassment then got worse as these workers had their private information made public. 

10/29/2012
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Fisher v. University of Texas: Here’s Your Fact Sheet!

Abigail Fisher and Rachel Michalewicz, two Caucasian women, were denied admission to the University of Texas and subsequently filed suit alleging that the university’s selection process discriminated against them on the basis of race. Lower courts upheld its constitutionality in accordance with the Grutter v. Bollinger (2003) ruling.

10/12/2012
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The Supreme Court's Decision for Non-Lawyers

The Supreme Court's June 28th decision on ObamaCare came as a shock to many. But to others, it was a confusing document full of complexities that the mainstream media simply couldn't explain. There's so much more to the decision than most people know about, but the document itself is long and complicated. That's why we created an easy to read summary for our activists. We call it the Roberts Decision for Non-Lawyers. Download a copy at the bottom of this post.

08/02/2012
FreedomWorks Live: ObamaCare Coverage
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FreedomWorks Live: ObamaCare Coverage

Today was a historic day for the Supreme Court, and for the future of health care reform. Here at FreedomWorks, we're both excited that the principles of limited government have been upheld, but disappointed in the outcome. However, the fight isn't over! We're still fighting to repeal ObamaCare, and we know that it's time for lots of victories in November!

06/28/2012

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