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To Win, We Must First Admit That We Lost
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To Win, We Must First Admit That We Lost

Excusing defeat is a sure way to keep losing. In the 2012 election, conservatives, libertarians, and tea party groups were outworked and outvoted by an array of forces that should have been demoralized and bitter, but instead focused on their common enemy and working together. If we want to avoid a repeat of that performance in 2014 and 2016, we must first recognize one reality: We lost.

03/12/2013
FreedomWorks at the International Students for Liberty Conference
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FreedomWorks at the International Students for Liberty Conference

On the weekend of February 15th-17th 2013, the up-and-coming activist group Students for Liberty hosted their 2013 International Students for Liberty Conference (ISFLC) in downtown Washington D.C. With over 1,200 attendees, the event was dedicated to students advancing liberty on college campuses nationwide. Featuring prominent liberty advocates including John Stossel and John Mackey, the weekend was filled with strategy sessions for young students looking to promote the cause of economic freedom at their respective universities.

02/22/2013
How You Can Save Your Country
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How You Can Save Your Country

Government goes to those who show up, right?  We've learned that we can't go to sleep and expect our nation to survive. Those with a penchant to support overbearing government programs to solve every societal ill never rest. Those of us who want to rein in government spending and fight for individual liberty cannot rest either. To limit government and keep it honest, we can't start at the top. We have to start at the bottom, at the most local level, where the trouble  often starts. The best place to start saving the country is right where you are. Local government controls much of what you and your family does on a daily basis.  Whether it's water rights, local taxes, street signage or the curriculum being taught in your schools, you should have a voice and be involved.  Find your passion and get busy. There are some activities that are easy to start doing that can produce immediate results, and give you a great sense of accomplishment along the way.

02/20/2013
The Cruelty of the Minimum Wage
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The Cruelty of the Minimum Wage

In his State of the Union speech Tuesday, President Obama called for an increase in the federal minimum wage, gloating that it had been endorsed even by his vanquished moderate Republican opponent in the 2012 campaign. A minimum wage increase is not needed, and would harm those it's supposed to help.

02/15/2013
The FreedomCast: Episode 8: Reverend CL Bryant Creator of 'The Runaway Slave'
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The FreedomCast: Episode 8: Reverend CL Bryant Creator of 'The Runaway Slave'

01/31/2013
Harmon Kaslow on Atlas Shrugged and the Free Market
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Harmon Kaslow on Atlas Shrugged and the Free Market

With the release of Atlas Shrugged Part II on DVD, we get a chance to focus again on the power of government to keep people from pursuing and achieving success.

01/23/2013
The Humblest Man in the World
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The Humblest Man in the World

Anyone who’s met me knows that I’m the humblest guy around. I’m very proud of my humility; it’s one of the many qualities that have made me one of America’s most beloved public figures. (It ain’t bragging if it’s true, y’all.)So, naturally, I was upset to learn that many young Americans don’t value the humility for which I am rightfully celebrated. In fact, some of our young people are — unlike me, of course — complete narcissists. 

01/15/2013

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