RLC National Board Adopts Resolution to Restore the Rule of Law

As a symbolic protest against out of control government at all levels, the National Board of the Republican Liberty Caucus has adopted the following resolution: 

Whereas the plain wording of the 10th Amendment to the Constitution for the United States of America is binding law;

Be it resolved that;

 

No federal law, agency, program or international treaty that depends upon authority not specifically granted by the Constitution for the United States of America shall be valid within the United States of America;

 

John Baucum Picked to Lead Texas Young Republicans

John Baucum

The RLC of Houston's John Baucum has won election as Chairman of the Texas Young Republicans Federation. He is expected to continue moving the YRs and the Party as a whole towards Liberty.

RLC National Board Approves New Connecticut Charter

RIDGEFIELD, CT - Last week a group of young liberty activists met in Ridgefield and agreed to form a Connecticut charter of the Republican Liberty Caucus. Interest in the organization was strong with many members joining for the first time and committing to moving the Republican Party in Connecticut toward liberty.

"I'm very excited to finally have an RLC state charter in Connecticut with young but experienced leadership," said Keith Velia, long time RLC State Coordinator for the state.

RLC Endorses Mike Smigiel for Maryland's First Congressional District

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Republican Liberty Caucus (RLC) is pleased to announce the endorsement of Mike Smigiel for Maryland's First District seat in the House of Representatives. The RLC is the oldest continuously operating organization with the liberty Republican movement, and Smigiel's endorsement is the first for the group for the 2016 election cycle.

RLC Condemns McConnell's Attempt to Extend Patriot Act Phone Surveillance

WASHINGTON, DC - The Republican Liberty Caucus has urged Senate Republicans to oppose a bill introduced by Senator Mitch McConnell Tuesday night to extend through 2020 Section 215 of the Patriot Act which governs the NSA’s authority to surveil Americans’ phone records. The current bill governing NSA phone record surveillance expires on June 1st.

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