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Dr. Tom Coburn: "We need to replace Obamacare with THIS"

Only one thing can fix our failing healthcare system, and it doesn't involve more government intervention. Dr. Tom Coburn explains his plan in the video below.

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Americans are flocking to these states with lower taxes

A new study has found that Americans are flocking to states with low taxes -- and fleeing states with high ones.

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Obama’s waning days of power grow the government by 1.5 million acres

Thomas Jefferson acquired 530 million acres for $15 million and, under the Constitution, relinquished the vast majority of it to newly created states and their people -- and changed the world.

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What will Trump say at inauguration this week?

This week Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States. As per usual, it’s anyone’s guess what he’ll say when he stands up to give his first address as the new President. 

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Sen. Bill Ketron: The Founders knew the feds might become drunk with power

The Founders knew this day would come.

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Introducing the January District Captain Challenge!

This January, we’re setting one important goal that could make or break our success in the 2017 legislative session.

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Sen. Laura Ebke spearheads Convention of States Nebraska effort

The Nebraska legislature is poised to pass the Convention of States resolution this year under the leadership of the Nebraska volunteer team and Senator Laura Ebke. 

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In the News: Utah reps say "now's the time" for a Convention of States

The following article was written by Mori Kessler and originally published in St. George News.

A group of Utah legislators is supporting an effort to call a convention of states with the propose of crafting constitutional amendments limiting federal power. They have also introduced legislation that would add Utah to the list of states calling for that convention.

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Mark Meckler: Federalism is on the rise, giving Convention of States huge momentum for 2017

It's going to be a huge year for the Convention of States Project, and Mark Meckler explained why on Glenn Beck's radio show.

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Michael Farris is leaving the Convention of States to head up the Alliance Defending Freedom

It is with both sadness and great excitement that I announce that Mike Farris, my co-founder of the Convention of States Project, and one of my closest friends is moving on to a new endeavor as the President, CEO and General Counsel of Alliance Defending Freedom, the world’s premiere defender of religious freedom. 

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State legislator drops the hammer: "The states cower to federal agencies"

Unfunded mandates have made state legislatures nothing more than regional federal agencies. It's time for that abuse to end, and one state legislator from Tennessee has a solution.

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Outrageous spending: Taxpayers billed for computer that watches 'Desperate Housewives'

The new Wastebook is here, and it’s more shocking than ever.

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Tennessee Senator: The national debt is a threat to our national security

The debt is skyrocketing, and our economy isn't the only thing in danger.

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Hollywood and DC are equally out of touch

La La Land won big at last night’s Golden Globe awards, but it was Meryl Streep and Jimmy Fallon who received most of the headlines.

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Ohio State Director: "We must have an engaged citizenry"

The following article was written by Amy Eddings and originally published on The Lima News.

January is for resolutions. The start of a new spin around the sun by Mother Earth seems to require some sort of new spin in our lives. Lose weight. Be on time. Stop biting fingernails. Save money.

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Cruz, DeSantis propose term limits, but odds aren't good

U.S. Senator Ted Cruz and U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis have introduced a constitutional amendment that would limit U.S. senators to two six-year terms and U.S. representatives to two three-year terms. 

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Obama seized enough land and water in 8 years to cover Texas three times

Last week, in one of his final moves out of the Oval Office, Obama executively designated more than 1.5 million acres of land as national monuments, preserving their untouched façade while closing them to human expansion, development, energy use, ranching or state or local jurisdiction.

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The next step in restraining the federal beast

As President-elect Trump prepares to begin his presidency, it’s time to build a wall of a different kind than the one he has in mind. It’s time to build, or to re-build, rather, the wall that limits the respective powers of the president, the Congress and the Washington, D.C., bureaucrats.

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People not Politics: Albert Petrlik knows what neither party wants to talk about

Albert Petrlik was a Democrat, but the Democrats wouldn't deal with the biggest threat facing our nation. So he became a Republican, but the Republicans wouldn't talk about it either.

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Scandal-plagued federal agency reforms by creating "word cloud" of "professional standards"

The following excerpt was written by M.D. Kittle and originally published on

The federal agency accused of widespread misconduct and whistleblower retaliation at several of its offices is now attempting to create an organizational culture built on several ethical pillars.

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