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Sing Along with the “Nanny State Protest Song”

Wow! This song was just released yesterday and we’re among the first to enjoy it on YouTube. Be sure to take a listen and share it with other freedom-loving Americans for which this song’s lyrics and message ring true.

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Tea Party Conservatism 101: Small Government and Free Enterprise

Bill Whittle chalks out the basics of Tea Party Conservatism. In this segment, Bill talks about the advantages of small government and free enterprise.

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Big Government Has Gone Too Far Says Texas Watchdog Group

MyFoxAustin News reports Americans increasingly believe government on all levels has gone too far in regulating their lives, and they are standing-up and striking back to reclaim their lost freedom and liberties. John Bush, executive director of Texans for Accountable Government, debates Travis County, Texas, Democratic Chair Andy Brown on the role government plays in American citizens’ personal lives. Read the Sept. 7, 2010 report.

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The Great Lie of the Nanny State

Video brought to you by the Tenth Amendment Center. Here’s an introduction to their synopsis of the video (read more on video’s YouTube description):

Many of us, after years of indoctrination at our government schools, were left with a sense that there is a great government force working hard every day to protect us and look after our best interest. We were told that government standards keep us safe from disease, that government highway regulations keep us safe from car accidents, that federal agencies make sure that the food we eat will be healthy.

The result of all of this? Americans everywhere drive more carelessly, do not research what they put on their plate and take medications that leave them sicker, rather than healthier …

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Back to School Primer for Kids on the US Constitution

“Dude, check it out. That funny guy on PJTV has the 411 on a piece of paper that protects us from cranky old people. Some dudes in wigs wrote it with ink feathers, or something. It was like a really long time ago, but it’s, like, people totally forgot about it. Whoa, right?”

The video would be even funnier if it wasn’t so tragically true.

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Conservative Movie Will Stick It to the Man (in the White House)

From the I Want Your Money website:

LOS ANGELES, CA. (June 11, 2010) – Ray Griggs, the director of the film comedy Super Capers (2009) and Wind In The Willows (pre-production), has assembled an all-star cast of prominent voices of America’s conservative movement in the rousing feature film documentary I Want Your Money, a powerful and critical examination of the Obama regime and its expansionistic government policies.

Ray Griggs’ upcoming work is highlighted here in this current Variety Magazine feature, running this week: http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118020457.html?categoryid=13&cs=1&ref=bd_film.

Preview screenings of I Want Your Money have already begun to stir up personal and political passions and controversy, attracting attention from both the left and right during the looming election season.

Combining in-depth interviews, fiery criticism and politically charged animated sequences, I Want Your Money is a no-holds-barred critique of the vast expansion of the federal government under the Obama Administration and Democratic Congress.

By cleverly juxtaposing footage of Barack Obama with that of Ronald Reagan, threaded together with insightful interviews with Newt Gingrich, Steve Forbes, Ed Meese, Mike Huckabee, John Stossel, Stephen Moore (Wall Street Journal), Michael Reagan (at the Reagan Ranch Center), Congressmen Tom McClintock, Thad McCotter and former California governor Pete Wilson (among many others), I Want Your Money exposes the shocking reality of a bloated government.

Griggs also allows some major proponents of Big Government to speak for themselves, via archival footage, including Franklin Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson and Jimmy Carter, showing how the policies they implemented led to the country’s development into an overregulated welfare state. The film also focuses on California as a case study of the perils America will face should there be no change to our government’s current policies.

I Want Your Money skillfully exposes the high cost in lost freedom and economic opportunities in support of a Leviathan-like bureaucratic state, and offers alternatives to help steer the United States back towards firm fiscal ground. Griggs creatively presents alternatives to the current direction of the government in a way that is thoughtful, relevant and highly engaging to both younger and older audiences.

With grassroots campaigns already in full force and the website and film clips attracting over 75,000 viewers per month, this documentary is already garnering attention many months ahead of its planned release.

www.IWantYourMoney.net

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Our Fans Cover Our News

Thanks to Pastor Daryl Lawson and Freedomizer Radio’s Bob Chapman for their coverage of the Nanny State Liberation Front’s June 12 article that was the first to expose President Obama’s Executive Order mandating “lifestyle behavior modification.” If you haven’t read or heard about the article, here it is: Obama Issues Executive Order Mandating “Lifestyle Behavior Modification”

Now, for the insightful and animated coverage of our original article provided by Lawson and Chapman.

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