What is Localization?

What is Localization? By Adam Kokesh Localization begins by introducing voluntaryism as a means to bring decision-making back to the community level. Adam Kokesh breaks down how the United States could transition to a more localized paradigm of governance that better respects the principles of sovereignty and independence — it’s what Adam calls the “everybody gets what they want” strategy. Subscribe Visit Adam Kokesh’s site FreedomLine.com Image credit Subscribe to Activist Post for truth, peace, and freedom news. Become an Activist Post Patron for as little as $1 per month…

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Volunteering: Finding Ways to Lend a Helping Hand

Volunteering: Finding Ways to Lend a Helping Hand By Arjun Volunteering is beneficial on a personal as well as community level. There are a variety of volunteer jobs available as well as ways to find them. Charity is considered one of the seven virtues, and one that many people strive to emulate in their everyday life. Charity includes not only giving money – which is what most people think of – but the volunteering of time and energy to help others. Volunteering is beneficial on the personal, community, and national…

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WATCH: The Machinery of Voluntaryism with Dan Johnson

WATCH: The Machinery of Voluntaryism with Dan Johnson By Vin Armani In the first hour Vin discusses key stories and insights related to freedom and cryptocurrency. In the second hour we welcome back Dan Johnson to the show to discuss voluntary solutions to government services. He set out to answer the age-old question “Without government, who’ll build the roads?!?!” Dan Johnson is the Executive Director of the We Do Better. Prior to joining We Do Better, Dan was the founder of People Against the NDAA (PANDA), which he grew into…

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