The Liberty Movement Grows In Colorado, Nationwide
Folks around Colorado and around the country are fired up for liberty! Liberty on the Rocks is growing at an amazing clip--the original Denver chapter is hosting the first Liberty on Film this Thursday with a showing of Evan Coyne Maloney's Indoctrinate U. There are now four chapters in Colorado--LotR South Metro, Colorado Springs, and this Wednesday in Fort Collins. The "buzz" is booming, and there are already chapters in the Bay Area (CA), Washington, D.C., Portland (OR), with Nashville, Chicago, New Orleans, Vancouver and others looking to start soon.
That's not all. The Gadsden Society of Colorado will hold its first event--a "Rally for Personal Freedom" this Sunday, March 1, on the west steps of the state capitol:
"The Gadsden Society is going to focus on trying to change policy on the state level," Williams told Face the State. "A lot of the statewide organizations like the Independence Institute are prohibited from lobbying because of tax rules. We are filling that void as a non-partisan, non-profit, public advocacy group."There will also be a Denver version of the national "tea party" movement here on Friday, building on the momentum of last week's anti-stimulus bill rallies here in Denver and in places like Seattle and Mesa, Arizona.
What are you doing for liberty?