With A Solid Game Plan, Libertarians Can Win Elections in 2018
Libertarian candidate for governor in California
2:34 AM 02/20/2018
Shortly after the Arab Spring uprising in 2010, America’s own revolution got kicked into high gear by way of the Occupy Movement. Hundreds of thousands of people, fed up with government’s shenanigans, hit the streets to get involved in public sit in demonstrations, highway blockades, and other coordinated protests throughout the entire country. This response came about because of many reasons, but mainly it was due to the government’s choice to use taxpayers’ money to bail out the failing Wall Street businesses, rather than helping homeowners who fell victim to the mortgage crisis, students struggling to pay tuition, or the millions of families and citizens in need in this country. Of course, police force was used to disperse these groups of occupants. This worked, for a time, until those activists that got chased away regrouped and returned. The Million Mask March, fueled by Anonymous, brought out a new wave of revolutionaries, and I was one of them.