Young Americans For Liberty and Mark Levin's The Liberty AmendmentsSubmitted by galtgulch on Sat, 08/24/2013 - 07:52
<<<"I checked out the www.YALiberty.org website and found that Young Americans For Liberty claims 125,000 student activists on over 400 campuses! That far exceeds the number of activists at SFL which only needs 3 people to start a campus affiliate and has 930 such affiliates or chapters.
Those who know me from my posts here realize that when I see a number like 125K, especially young intelligent college kids who are reading about the Constitution, free market economics, the moral basis for Capitalism, i start to calculate the potential exponential growth. 250K, 500K 1Million. That is so utterly achievable in a matter of a few weeks or months. Then 2M, 4M, 8M, 16M in a few more months! Then 32M, 64M, 128M, 250M. Then imagine them asking those who are running for office at the state legislative level where they stand on the Liberty Amendments?
This is so utterly plausible in your lifetime within the next few years, maybe a year or two! Do ask anyone running for office at the State Legislative level where he or she stands on The Liberty Amendments! Ask young high school or college kids you meet if they have heard of Young Americans for Liberty!
We don't have to reach those who are collecting a check from the government to accomplish this. Just college kids generation after generation with new young people entering each year all across the country, and remember, the world.
This kind of movement might empower the younger generation from every culture who might be able to influence those cultures to give up their superstitions.
It is here now, The books exist. The philosophy exists. THe movement exists. It will grow with or without you. You will have opportunities to tell people you meet just as I do.
Each day. I found Mark Levin's The Liberty Amendments in Walmart for just $14.
IT is very good news to those I make aware of this happening. I was thanked by a co worker today for making him aware of the existence of both the YAL numbers and The Liberty Amendments book and the ideas behind it. That the second process for amending the Constitution was placed there by founders who wanted an option in the event that the central government they were creating over themselves ever became oppressive. I believe that George Mason of Virginia advocated for it to be included so the states would have recourse in case of an oppressive central government such as we now have.
Just as our own government has become oppressive. We are not ignorant frogs in water that is being warmed up to a boil. We are aware of the violations of the oath of office of the politicians in Congress, the Senate, The White House and in the Supreme Court. We know the direction the country is heading in. We sense it is unstoppable but now we know how it can be stopped and the Founders vision restored. The process has begun.
Ayn Rand's books are part of the process as are those of von Mises, Tom Woods, Andrew Napolitano, George Reisman, Lysander Spooner, Jacob Hornberger, Ron Paul, Murray Rothbard and so many others being read by the youngsters already in the movement. Not to mention Mark Levin and his The Liberty Amendments and G. Edward Griffin's The Creature From Jekyll island.">>>
Go to www.YALiberty.org whose latest numbers are 125,000 young college activists. Imagine how relatively easy it is to go from that many activists to one million and then for them to go on as they recruit others from those college youngsters who share our concerns about the growth of government beyond the limits envisioned by the founders.
This is happening now and will continue until we succeed.