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A Week in Review - April 8th, 2016

There were some bright points this week, including an upcoming PA vote to abolish a corrupt court, the expansion of encrypted communication to over a billion people, and a(n almost imperceptible) victory for the Second Amendment in NJ.  Sadly, though, these were overshadowed by stories of gross governmental overreach, expansion, and abuse.

We wish we could report better news.

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A Week in Review - March 18th, 2016

In the last seven days, we’ve seen a number of stories about blatant government overreach and abuse of power.  However, we also witnessed an expansion of Second Amendment rights in two separate states, and an Alabama legislator who is seeking to limit the power of the state over who we choose to marry.  We also came across an organization with an honorable mission: teaching college students that they have every right to hold and express their personal political views while on campus.

It was a close decision, but we think the good guys won this week.

 

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