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Repentnow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Without sources this place is just Twitter

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Repentnow 4 points ago +4 / -0

If you have a Volunteer Fire Department - that is an excellent way to get involved in your community. Especially if you are new to the area - it's the fastest way to get past the "outsiders" label. I also attended a State Highway Patrol Community Alliance Program. Kind of a get to know your police thing. Pretty cool.

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Repentnow 3 points ago +3 / -0

The school board was a tough nut. I think I was on the ballot once and ran as a right-in once. But it's tight good old boys club here. Still worth running for - it increases name recognition if nothing else. We attended school board meetings for a while too.

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Repentnow 10 points ago +10 / -0

We formed a local non-partisan group along the lines of a county Citizens For Liberty group. We had monthly meetings and invited elected officials to come speak and have lively debate. Most of our guests were genuinely sympathetic with our cause - especially when they learned we weren't asking for anything. We weren't looking for some favored treatment from them - apparently every other group that invited them to speak wanted favors. We simply emphasized Constitutional principles. We held a Constitutional Sheriff workshop in conjunction with CSPOA. We invited sheriffs from all over the state. Our sheriff didn't agree with everything. But I'm certain he sees us as a Libertarian group, not his enemies.

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Repentnow 4 points ago +4 / -0

Taking over the local GOP was also effective. It was good practice for learning Robert's Rules of Order. We were able to insert ourselves into the GOP all across the district including sending our delegates to the GOP National Convention. It put us on a first name basis with our state and federal reps and Lt Gov. Organizing the County GOP Lincoln Day Dinner is probably the best way to gain access to your politicians. Every candidate practically begs comes to give their election speechs.

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Repentnow 3 points ago +3 / -0

The Ron Paul meet up groups were a good way to find people. Everyone knew that at least one person in the room was likely a glowy, but it allowed you to get a feel for who else was involved and helped from feeling like you were the only sane person left in the world.

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Repentnow 7 points ago +7 / -0

Back in the day, "someone" printed out 100 of those Obama Joker images on full size Avery sheets and one night stuck them on bus stop glass walls all over a certain Midwest city. That was probably a cool night.

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Repentnow 1 point ago +1 / -0

They need to know vax status for staffing inflight crews. Some countries might not allow any unvaxxed to enter.

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Repentnow 2 points ago +2 / -0

Stop posting this bullshit here.

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Repentnow 5 points ago +5 / -0

Stop posting this bullshit here without a source.

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Repentnow 1 point ago +1 / -0

Several "anti-vax conservative talk show hosts" have died "from covid" in the past few weeks. I was just saying that it would certainly benefit the vax-agenda if they killed them off "from covid".

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Repentnow 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's available over the counter in Mexico at every corner Farmicia. I picked some up a few months ago and had a friend bring me some more last month.

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