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Fiscal Responsibility • Limited Government • Free Markets

The Tea Party movement is an American fiscally conservative political movement. Members of the movement have called for lower taxes, and for a reduction of the national debt of the United States and federal budget deficit through decreased government spending.

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Gift For Scott Hofstra’s Family

Gift For Scott Hofstra’s Family

Patriots, Here is a picture of the flag that will be presented to Scott Hofstra's family from the NKY Tea Party. It depicts a bulldozer with the phrase "Tread on Them" and was an image that he used throughout his fight for Liberty. A display box and a plaque will also...

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Constitution Boot Camp – March 5th

Constitution Boot Camp – March 5th

Building Blocks for Liberty will be holding a Constitution Boot Camp at First Baptist Church in Cold Spring on March 5th from 9am-3pm.  Please sign up in advance! Click the link below to download the flyer. CBC First Baptist Church of Cold Springs

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Thank You!

Thank You!

Thanks Scott Hofstra for his insights on the bills coming up during the current General Assembly and thanks to everyone who attended our January meeting. Please don't forget to contact your legislators about the bills that were mentioned....

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Get a Gun, Folks!

Get a Gun, Folks!

In 1929, the Soviet Union established gun control: From 1929 to 1953, about 20 million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated. In 1911, Turkey established gun control: From 1915 to 1917, 1.5 million Armenians, unable to defend...

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Them Today, Us Tomorrow

Them Today, Us Tomorrow

Reprinted from afa.net, Oct. 28, 2021. Authored by Matthew White, AFA Journal staff writer. It’s not always only those who are directly affected by present troubles who take a stand and make change. It’s often those who know they are next. John Hart, one of the...

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