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07/01/09

Celebrate July 4th By Taking Action

Many people are using this holiday to go to tea parties around the country. They will wave banners and sings along with old glory and show their support for our freedoms and liberties. more »
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04/17/09

Rep Jim Guest of MO on Live Free Radio Today

If you haven't heard the news., Rep Jim Guest defied all odds was able to get his anti real ID Legislation passed in the Missouri House. Jim is a man of principle and determination. He he stood firm in the face of his opposition and came out victorious. more »

04/07/09

  09:09:33 am, by JP   , 238 words,  
Categories: News, Real ID, Take Action

North Carolina Legislators Promoting Discrimination?

Although much time and effort has gone into providing the legislators in Raleigh complete information about the problems involved with the Real ID Act, they have failed to act on it this year. more »

04/06/09

Can you make any sense out of it all?

It seems that there is so much going on that makes no sense. For example, it made no sense for the MIAC document to be issued to all law enforcement in the state of Missouri claiming that people who supported third party candidates or asserted their constitutional rights should be looked at as a potential terrorist. more »