Liberty: Whether we get “Permission” or Not

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Over the last 10.9 years (we’ll be 11 in June!), you helped us create one of the best and most consistent grassroots organizations in the country. In the past few years, we’ve seen more nullification bills introduced – and PASSED – than at any time in our history.  We’ve supported efforts to reject unconstitutional power grabs on issues like gun control, mass surveillance, Obamacare, hemp farming, education – and we’ve taken on the federal reserve’s unconstitutional monopoly on money too.

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In February, I spoke on a panel with Tom Woods at an event in San Diego hosted by the Mises Institute. This weekend, I gave a presentation at the Republican Liberty Caucus national convention in Orlando. Next month I’ll be a keynote speaker at the Northwest Liberty Academy’s annual symposium.

I’m finding that wherever I go – and I hear the same from other members of our team – people are more and more excited about our message.   That is, the path to liberty does not rely on Washington D.C.

Here’s how Thomas Jefferson put it:

“A free people claim their rights, as derived from the laws of nature, and not as the gift of their chief magistrate.”

“We the People” need to learn how to exercise our rights whether the government wants us to our not.

Thank you for reading – and for your support!

Concordia res parvae crescunt
(small things grow great by concord)

Michael Boldin
Executive Director, TAC
213.935.0553

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