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    Default How One Man Has (almost) Ended the Indefinite Detention of Americans (NDAA)

    "It is very important to recognize that even one person can have a profound impact if they are tenacious and don't settle on 'just voting' or just speaking out once or twice. I am proud to say that Justin Amash is my personal Congressman but hope that you see he is defending the liberties of not just my district in West Michigan but those of all Americans."

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    Good read. Glad to hear some decent news.
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    "We as a country have lost faith and confidence in freedom." -- Ron Paul

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