Our country is struggling. We are divided. I return to those powerful words one nation…indivisible. Our struggle is not due to the issues we face, those can be solved. Our nation is struggling because we are divided. The result of this division is the loss of liberty and injustice for most.
When Washington State passed I-1639 one Chief of Police rose to defend the Constitution. Republic Police Chief Loren Culp defied the Washington State Attorney General that was pushing extreme gun-control measures through a citizen’s initiative. I-1639 made many people felons overnight. Loren Culp took a stand against this egregious assault on rights protected by the Washington State Constitution and the Consitution of the United States.
While Social Media Giants seek to shut down the voices of the public, LIBERTY finds a way. We give a platform to those organizing Counter Protests for the “Shut-Down” both at state and federal levels.
Will the Coronavirus lead to Red Flag Laws being abused?
The Liberty First Foundation is proud to offer our endorsement to Michael “Vass” Vasquez for the Broome County NY Legislature.
The Liberty First Foundation Proudly Endorses Mark Robinson for Lt. Governor of North Carolina.
A conversation with North Carolina Lt. Governor candidate Mark Robinson.
As ignorant liberals spout off their anti-gun make believe fallacies, pro-gun Missouri State Representative Andrew McDaniel wrote a bill that would mandate the purchase of an AR15. All Missouri residents between the ages of 18 – 34 would have one year to purchase an AR15 rifle. The state would even offer a tax credit that the purchaser can use to deduct against their income. The bill is called the McDaniel Militia Act. It also requires over the age of 21 to own a handgun. Is this crazy? No, it’s brilliant and this is why.
If you are like me, you will, from time to time, attempt to engage in a discourse on the subject of Human Rights, specifically the most basic of those rights, …
Unfortunately, up to 2,000,000 times per year, American citizens are forced to use a firearm in a self-defense situation. What happens after these incidents play out? When the smoke clears and the casualties are counted, what can the average citizen expect to endure?