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Public Memorial for the Last Free Man in America

On January 4th, while the movement was caught up in fast paced the hustle and bustle of our big finish in Iowa and hitting the ground running in New Hampshire, the liberty movement lost an icon. Like Dr Paul, Gatewood dedicated decades of his life championing the great message of liberty, integrity, doing what is right and standing up for what you believe in even when it is unpopular - a old-school remnant who lit many fires. We must not forget our early trailblazers and allow their contributions to fall through the cracks of our movements long history. Read his book "The Last Free Man in America", watch his youtubes, share them, say a prayer, whatever, just take a moment to pay respect to a honorable and noble man of liberty and peace.

LEXINGTON, Ky. -- A daughter of the late Gatewood Galbraith, who ran his fifth gubernatorial campaign last year, said a public celebration of his life is being held next week in Lexington.

Molly Galbraith said the event will be from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning. She said the event is open to anyone who wants to pay their respects to Galbraith.

Read more: http://www.wlky.com/news/30158148/detail.html#ixzz1j2VHIVm6

News report of Gatewood's passing [video]

Gatewood Galbraith Dies At 64
Lexington attorney and political figure Gatewood Galbraith has died.


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Dang! I figured some good christian conservatives would at least leave a prayer comment or something. Must not be as many on this forum as I thought there were.

Gatewood Galbraith At The Optimist Club Talking Ron Paul 10/28/2011

Bluegrass Tax Liberation Day Speech

Kentucky's own Gatewood Galbraith speaks at the Bluegrass Tax Liberation Day festival in Lexington, Kentucky on April 18, 2009.

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Here's to all the men and women who have kept the truth alive throughout the darkest years so that today, in our time, the truth is still out there and beginning to reach critical mass.

Thank you for this post, I wouldn't have known of this man without it. Bookmarked for deeper reading...

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forever live the remnant

how I became an activist

Courageous people telling the truth when it was very unpopular and very dangerous to do so - like the political black-op climate of the late 80's - early 90's.

Gatewood Galbraith Kentucky gubernatorial candidate 1991

"These people's idea of future full employment…

is to make half of us prison guards and the other half prisoners."

Wow. That's it in a nutshell, isn't it?


This one nearly went viral back in 05-06