Your membership support helps us:
- Continue the pressure – get more nullification bills introduced and PASSED.
- Cover our base expenses every month
- Reach NEW people through videos, articles, advertising and direct outreach
Get the same great online access as our monthly memberships, plus a custom, personalized membership card in the mail, and other rewards based on level – including books, the TAC 1 oz silver medallion, custom and personalized wall plaque, and more.
Starting at just $2/month, get access to our members-only site, where you’ll see all our daily-video updates, news reports, see our full-length documentary, read e-books, and more!
WHAT YOU GET
Monthly Memberships – Standard: Online access to the exclusive TAC members site where you can watch all our short and full-length videos, download our e-books, and more.
Monthly Memberships – Lifetime Easy Pay: Same access as Standard, but at the end of 40 months, you’ll also get mailed to you all the same rewards as the Lifetime yearly membership.
Yearly Memberships – all include the same great online access, plus additional rewards sent directly by mail:
One Year: Custom, personalized membership card, plus TAC books.
Five Year: Same as One Year, plus an exclusive 1oz TAC silver medallion.
Lifetime: Same as Five Year, plus a personalized and framed membership plaque, a wooden and glass-top display box for your silver medallion, and an exclusive Lifetime Membership card so you can proudly display your membership status
Want to chat with someone by phone? We have extremely limited resources but would be happy to schedule a time to speak with you and answer questions. Call us at 213.935.0553
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The feds tell us that 501c3 and other non-profit groups are serving the community and deserve to be tax exempt. But doesn’t your neighborhood plumber or carpenter or grocer also serve the community? We think so. Therefore, we stay “for-profit” and will never get handouts or grants from those looking for benefits from Washington D.C. Please join us!