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    Liberty Rising

    Revolution is in the air. However, we cannot leave the advancement of that revolution to chance… or to the political establishment… Our goal is to ignite a large-scale conversation about liberty, as well as the ascension of free-market success and truly free societies. But, this conversation won’t happen unless we carry it forward.

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    A Free Market Remedy for Healthcare

    As it turns out, health care becomes affordable, and a lot easier to navigate, when you remove the complicating factors. The free-market system is growing and proving successful in providing excellent and cost-effective care to patients… The competitive services and streamlined costs offered by free-market healthcare models should be included in public policy discussions as a viable option for those seeking quality care.

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    Within Our Power

    If Illinoisans understand the “civics,” why hasn’t the composition of the Illinois House changed? Why hasn’t the ruling class been overthrown? It’s because Madigan’s game isn’t about just civics. It’s about power… If we are truly going to “Shake-up Springfield,” Illinoisans need to commit to a renaissance of sorts on the subject of “Power.” Citizens from all walks of life need to learn not just how a bill becomes a law, but how a friendship becomes a subsidy…

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