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New freedom-based reality show premieres its 3rd Episode in Austin, TX - support this endeavor!

To say the very least, this Texas-based project is going to change things. Sovereign Living is a new show created by Karmakaze productions starring John Bush and Catherine Bleish as they take the path less traveled to self-sufficiency.

I hope DP'ers can join in welcoming this awesome liberty media to the stage. The plan is to release this 12-episode next year, but until then they will be doing exclusive screenings around the country. Starting in their homebase, Austin! So if you're in the area, make your way out to support this courageous cause!

About the program:
Episode 1 introduces the Blush Family and explores the importance of self sufficiency while visiting Bardo Farms in Croyden, NH. In Episode 2, John and Cat search for stateless solutions for the continual conflict occurring with the neighbors across the street. Episode 3, never before seen by the public, continues the Blush Family’s journey towards self-sufficiency and follows along as they give birth to their second child at home with the help of a midwife.

The event will feature speeches, live music, organic foods, and a fully functional farmers market!

Bring the family and your friends for this fun filled educational, inspirational, and entertaining event.

This will be the first time the Austin audience has seen Episode 1 in it’s final form, first time Episode 2 has been aired in Austin, and the first time Episode 3 has been seen publicly, EVER!

Teaser for the show:

http://youtu.be/D1T8cKklQnA




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Support this project! There is still time to name a goat.

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I like this guy, he often confronts Austin city council about their bad governance

http://www.dailypaul.com/273572/john-bush-points-out-the-gun...

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