Please don't just watch the video! When you've finished watching, head over here - http://benswann.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/10StepsAfterW...
And follow those 10 steps to help spread liberty!!
So some friends and I are starting a new company that is geared towards writing music for films/games/etc. We are just starting out together as a group, but each of the members have a pretty vast background in soundtrack music, production, and composition. We would LOVE to work with people in the liberty community. Check out our website to learn more, and listen to some music. I'll embed one of our pieces here. If you need music for your project, contact us.
Even better if they are owned by a fellow liberty lover. I'm looking to invest in alternative energy, and oil and gas. I'm most excited by alternative energy, but oil and gas will still perform well. Got any great leads for me?
A step toward creating an impartial, comprehensive and searchable national database of people killed during interactions with law enforcement
Stumbled upon this website the other day. This is a project that every one of us ought to be supporting
Announcing Liberty Ballot, a new type of political technology. On the night before an election, many voters ask similar questions. Which candidates support smaller government? Where to vote? When to vote?
Voting for liberty can be complicated - make it easy with http://LibertyBallot.com. Click on your town and then click “Get Ballot”. A sample ballot filled out with good candidate recommendations for the contested Republican Primary races will appear. Save the ballot to your phone, bring up the website in the voting booth or even print out a personal copy of the ballot.
Hi every body at Daily Paul.
My name is Todd E. Morse. Over the last several years I have made a living selling a line of T-shirts, out of my car. My brand is called THISTLE omnipresentation. I'm tired, I want a better way of life!
Over the last couple mouths I have been working hard to make a change in my life. I made the FRNs to buy
45 used silk screen frames to produce all the shirts, I have ever made. and the money to get the shirts.
A giant fire engulfed the forest and all the animals came rushing out, looking for safety.
Only the sparrow flew back and forth to the lake, scooping up a tiny amount of water into her tiny beak and dumping it onto the fire.
The other animals looked on, dumbfounded. They chided her. "What are you doing, sparrow? Can't you see that it's hopeless?"
"But it is my home," she said.
She continued her work until the fire consumed the forest.
Does the Constitution Work today? Can It? For Everyone? Find out with KrisAnne Hall, Robin Koerner, and Frank Bibeau Sept 7thSubmitted by Blue Republican... on Mon, 08/18/2014 - 13:16
As promised in my introductions, Blue Republican Minnesota is working on an exciting project in just a few weeks:
This presentation seeks to bring together todays seekers and change makers from the left to the right to learn about our roots and how we can use them to solve today’s challenges
This is for all you Newbies time to study!
And for all you old timers, Richard is having a fund raiser lets send him some ?
Saw this the other day wanted to share!
can you say sick!
If posting this here is somehow inappropriate, let me know, but I have some friends in Maryland with a sick cat that needed to have one of this front legs amputated earlier this month. The cat's name is Sam Potato, and apparently cancer was the reason for his leg being amputated.
A good friend of mine is launching an indiegogo campaign to follow the Rand campaign from beginning to a hopeful end in the White House in 2016! Campaign Link
Hey every one
I've been working with the guys from the Liberty Patriot Picnic Event. They are going to be promoting Josie the outlaw there. They raised money or FRNs for me to print a second run of Josie stickers that I made. For them to past out, to promote Josie. I thought it would be a good time to Debut the Josie Wanted Poster I always wanted to make.
So here it is check out!
If you want one of these posters go to the Picnic a pick one up!
Another Presidential election takes place in 2016, with potential candidates already getting their campaigns up and running. The topics of the day will be: more wars or fewer wars (never: “no more wars”), immigration and tax reform, the pro-life & pro-war factions pitted against the pro-choice factions, education, healthcare, campaign financing, the marijuana conundrum, energy, etc. What a turn off. The more issues, the more confusion. The more confusion, the less people vote. Washington thrives on apathy.
Over the past five years, I've been travelling the country, coast to coast, simply to cover one of the most important political movements in our country's history. The campaigns of Ron and Rand Paul have proven to have a lasting effect on our country's overall demeanor, as evidenced by the rapid growth of the Liberty Caucus in the U.S. House, and the reduced desire to want to invade and bomb other countries. Without people like Ron Paul educating the masses this never could have happened, in my opinion.
I was a firsthand witness to the liberty movement after Ron Paul ran in 2008, and began by documenting the U.S. Senate campaign of a certain ophthalmologist from Bowling Green, Kentucky. Since then, I've attended more than 130 events from California to Texas to Iowa, Florida, Nevada, New Hampshire, Indiana, Arizona, and dozens of other states, uploading thousands of images in an attempt to combat the liberal media bias of other photo databases like AP or Getty. Photographing the liberty movement from the liberty perspective allows the average citizen to gain an accurate portrayal of the movement as a whole, and allows voters the opportunity to see the the movement that Ron and Rand Paul have inspired.
As we approach the 2016 election, and the campaign in 2015 gets closer and closer, I've been weighing my options in regards to the best way to cover the potential campaign of Rand Paul in 2016. I have considered reaching out to the campaign about the possibility of providing photographic documentation of events leading up the 2016 election, but I feel as though I should reach out to the grassroots who have helped me thus far first.