Here are a few simple ideas to help create more Liberty . . .
- Watch the legislature's website, and write legislators about bills that infringe on freedom. Once you've written that letter, adapt it a little and send it to the Editor of your local newspaper.
- Go to the capitol or your city council meeting, and speak about an issue.
- Write a letter to the editor about a news item. Offer a Libertarian solution, or a smaller government option.
- If you Facebook or twitter, post a message that makes people think about issues related to Liberty. A Facebook or twitter account with hundreds of friends and followers can plant a seed in a lot of minds.
- Start a blog and cultivate followers. You can use Facebook or twitter to promote. Get reciprocal links to other sites.
- Take your libertarian or freedom oriented magazines and newsletters to coffee shops or libraries, if they have a public reading material basket.
- Leave copies of our newsletter in the library's newspaper area. Usually it's at the front - where they put the piles of The Weekly and Stranger.
- Start a discussion group, or a free class to study Liberty.
- Volunteer to give a presentation to a class at a school or senior center on American History and the founding of the US, or on libertarianism, or voting . . .
- Post message of positive libertarian philosophy on blogs or bulletin boards, either electronic or hard copy.
- Put a Liberty message on your car - a bumper sticker or a window sign. Make sure it can be read while driving.
Post your ideas or results in the comments here . . . and have a gentle day! :o)