Freedom is winning – but who gets the credit?
How did Wisconsin and Michigan – key union strongholds – become right-to-work states?
Where did the push for steadily rolling back Obama-era regulations begin?
How did President Trump know where to look to find our newest Supreme Court Justice?
Who brought about positive, game-changing school reforms, such as Education Saving Accounts, that are sweeping the country, state by state?
Looking back further, where did ideas like the mid-90s welfare reform or the Reagan tax cuts originate?
Do you link these wins for freedom with a specific politician – names like Scott Walker, Donald Trump, Doug Ducey, Paul Ryan, or Ronald Reagan?
Strong-willed politicians with conservative principles certainly help. But these elected officials often simply carry good ideas across the goal line.
The real credit for these, and other, liberty-advancing ideas, goes to the think tanks, student groups, public interest law firms, grassroots activism groups, education organizations, and other non-profits research groups devoted to preserving our bedrock American principles.
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