Melinda Pillsbury-Foster is the executive vice president of Rebuild America and a former member of the Libertarian National Committee. She submitted the following article for publication.
How would you like to change America’s Political Landscape, turning it toward the free mammarket? Read on.
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Excerpt from HI: Human Investment
Historical Examples of the Free Market utilizing Percentage As You Earn (%AYE) Finance & Finansurance for solving major problems and with large numbers of individual agreements.
Written by Brock d’Avignon, 1978; Edited by Melinda Pillsbury-Foster, 2017
Historical Probe #2
Privateering Goes to War 1775 – 1782, & 1812 – 1815
Privateers’ %AYE Financed Defense of Free-Market America
Once upon a time, 792 stock-share owned and privately armed rebel warships set sail against their government’s barriers to free trade.… Read more ...
Why Hillary and the Corporate Cabal Lost – And Solving Problems Using Freedom
November 10, 2016
Hillary did not lose because Trump out-thought her, out-spent her, or held more power. She did not lose because she is a woman.
Hillary Rodham Clinton had all the cards normally available in the game of politics; more money, more experience, and a far larger and experienced campaign team.… Read more ...
Making Optimal Use of the 2016 Campaign for the Libertarian Party, for Liberty, and for America
The suggested plan at the end of this explanation was written this morning, long after Governors Johnson and Weld were nominated as our Presidential and Vice Presidential candidates for the Office of President.… Read more ...
In 1988 I left the Libertarian Party. This was not a decision lightly made. For years I had watched as the LP grew less and less focused on local action and more taken up with power at the national level. The issues on self-determination, freedom, impacting my own life, and those I loved, had been dismissed by my fellow Libertarians as irrelevant, unimportant, or unnecessary.… Read more ...