Debbie Georgatos talks Federalist Party with JD Rucker

Texas will be one of the easiest places to build a groundswell of support for Federalism. All we need to do is get the word out. An early step in that direction happened on Sunday when Debbie Georgatos and Lorie Medina interviews JD Rucker on “America, Can We Talk?”. Here’s

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Boots and Bytes: The Federalist growth strategy

We received an email this morning asking us to buy an ad in a print-only magazine. I asked how much and received a phone call within seconds of replying to their email. It’s a well-known publication most often read on airplanes. The pitch was a great one: captive audience, bold messaging

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Environmentalism for Federalists

This is not an “official stance” or a platform plank. I am neither a scientist nor an environmental policy wonk. This is simply a layman’s article written by a layman writer on a topic that is so misunderstood due to incessant propaganda that I felt the urge to post it here.

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Send Federalists to Rolling Thunder in Washington DC

“We Will Not Forget” These are the watchwords of Rolling Thunder, Inc, a non-profit organization that is united in the cause to bring full accountability to DC for POWs and MIAs of all wars. Many who are part of Rolling Thunder are veterans. Many ride motorcycles. Neither is a

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Federalism: The force for defending your freedoms

In Ronald Reagan’s inaugural address, he famously noted that “government is not the solution to our problems; government is the problem.” He was referring to the economic challenges that faced our nation, challenges that had become exacerbated by the continuous push by

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