If you haven’t already made a donation to The Tenth Amendment Center, we hope you will do so as we close 2013 and start 2014. Our plans for spreading ideas and action items for liberty depend on your end-of-year support.
We are pleased to announce that the Tenth Amendment Center is more than halfway to $20,000 year-end fundraising goal, $10,206. THANK YOU!
As we roll into January, we really need your help to push it over the top.
CLICK HERE TO HELP: http://rally.org/tenthamendmentcenter
In recent years, we’ve seen more state-level resistance to federal power than at any time in American history. But it’s going to increase this year – and your help is making that happen.
The impact we’ve had is massive, especially considering how small we are. Tom Woods recently said on air that the TAC has “changed the political conversation in this country.”
Your support has helped make that happen.
In just the last few weeks, we’ve been in US News twice, top of Drudge Report, Washington Times and many others.
A Michigan state senator cited nullification against the Fugitive slave act in a press release supporting his work.
Three states are already working to follow our 4 step plan – Judge Napolitano went on FoxNews to say it will “gut Obamacare”
That’s just a start. Whether it’s Obamacare, NSA Spying, Gun Control, Drone spying, and much more – we’re gearing up for a big year in 2014!
All donations are important to us. We need a lot of small donations. Believe me: they do add up. Fact is, we are also really in need of a few substantial donations to help fund our work for the coming year.
Please make your most generous gift today and be a part of this growing movement to nullify every unconstitutional act on the books.
Thank you for putting your faith and support in our work,
Founder, Executive Director
Tenth Amendment Center
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