Eleven Million Dollar Handout

Campaign for Liberty

Most people complain about government corruption and sweetheart deals, but few of us know about the ones in our own backyard.

The politicians in Dover are professionals in this arena. There are times that municipal leaders are even better than them.

But recent activity in New Castle County is having ripple effects on every taxpayer in the state.

In the midst of massive, bloating government across Delaware – from a $100 million looming deficit at the state capitol to the rise of school tax hike referendums . . .

. . . New Castle County’s government is set to finalize an $11 million taxpayer handout to five well-connected farmers in the Port Penn area.

And the program they are receiving this money through, the “New Castle County Farmland and Open Space Preservation Program,” was not even created by a vote from the county council!

We will be covering this in depth at our meeting, as well as updates on our fight against gun control and a forecast on that legislation next year, in the Bear Library this Wednesday, October 28, at 7:00 p.m. (More details below.)

The State Department of Agriculture has a Farmland Preservation program, which is considered one of the best in the country.

They are graded by the amount of land prohibited from development versus the amount of taxpayer money given to farmers for that agreement.

In other words, the state annually gives farmers money for the promise of not contracting with developers.

And while the act of using taxpayer dollars to pay off selected people and control the market is unconstitutional, the First State is at least less costly to the taxpayer and more efficient than other states. So those of us who oppose the program should also oppose any attempts to make it more costly and inefficient.

The state program looks at all of the applications each year and awards those who will preserve the most land value per taxpayer dollar.

But the existing program does not pick your pockets enough for a few farmers in New Castle County. They wanted to “get rich quick,” and someone behind the scenes decided to use a county-level program to make it happen.

They have even struck a deal to pay their crony buddies TEN TIMES the average award price, paying them for every acre, and still allow them to develop up to 40% of their land.

So much for “preservation”!

Awards at the state level typically fall between $1,400 and $1,800 an acre to “preserve” farmland for roughly 10 years.

The farmer keeps their land, continues to farm it, but the contract to prohibit development stays with the property even if they sell it to someone else.

New Castle County’s inaugural handouts for its first five farmers top out around $26,800 an acre.

Yes, you are reading that correctly.

The state program averages under $2,000 an acre, but New Castle County is giving away the store at $20,000+ an acre – with only half of the money coming from your federal tax dollars.

And your state tax dollars are getting thrown in as well.

The first two farmers demanded $6.3 Million in 2014 and their deals have been held up in this swirling controversy. The county said they could secure $3 Million, which the feds would match, bringing the deal $300,000 short.

That’s when State Senators Bethany Hall-Long (D-10th) and Bruce Ennis (D-14th) got involved, inserting a $300,000 appropriation for “New Castle County Farmland Initiative” into the state’s Bond Bill for 2015.

And every state legislator – both in the Senate and the House – voted YES on that Bond Bill, minus Rep. Jack Peterman, who was absent.

Here are the details for our meeting on Wednesday.

Wednesday, October 28, at 7 p.m.
Bear Library
101 Governors Place
Bear, DE 19701

Please join us for all of the details and the steps you can take to put a stop to this Farmland Preservation scam.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. $11 million taxpayer funds are at stake in one of the most brazen acts of cronyism to hit our state in recent memory. Even state and federal dollars are mixed up in the New Castle County “Farmland Preservation” scam.

Help us put a stop to these “Get Rich Quick” schemes. Please join us this Wednesday, October 28, at Bear Library, at 7 p.m.

And please also come prepared to organize against gun control at the municipal, county, and state level as we look ahead to 2016.

They want you poor and defenseless

Campaign for Liberty

The efforts of the political class to increase your taxes and take away your liberties has not slowed one bit in the state of Delaware.

Our meeting in New Castle County next week will address some very important issues.

While school districts hold tax hike referendums across the state to continue funding their high-dollar executive administrations, your state government faces a $100 Million shortfall that will be addressed when the legislature returns in January.

House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf and Senate President Patricia Blevins are continuing to parrot the tired talking points of “decreased revenue” instead of admitting to their wasteful spending.

It’s a safe bet more tax hikes are on their agenda.

As if our fiscal woes were not enough, the powerful anti-gun lobby continued to strip away your ability to protect yourself during last year’s session.

House Bills 192 and 201 passed just after 1:00 a.m. on the final day of this year’s session, breaking the long-standing state preemption protection of your 2nd Amendment rights.

Now, every county and municipal government can pass gun bans in their public buildings, creating more “Gun Free Zones” for criminals to prey on the defenseless.

Please join us for our New Castle County meeting, where we will break down these new laws, the consequences of the legislation, and the politicians who passed it.

Wednesday, September 23, at 7 p.m.
Bear Library
101 Governors Place
Bear, DE 19701

We know what the end goal is for those who attack your liberty. They will continue to find ways to take your money and slice away at your constitutional rights.

Our freedom and prosperity needs more activists at the local and state levels. Please attend next Wednesday and help us advance liberty in our state.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Please join us at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, September 23, in Bear, DE as we battle the gun control agenda and prepare to fight back against tax hikes when the state legislature returns in January.

Follow Up: Referendums, Testing Opt Out, and Gun Control

Our first New Castle County Meeting for 2015 was a great success, with a standing-room only crowd at the Bear Library!

We promised this follow up email, with links to the Testing Opt Out and Gun Control legislation discussed, plus dates to remember for the month ahead regarding the Christina Referendum — starting with our special event next week on May 7th.

Testing “Opt Out”

While there was disagreement in the room on the political strategy of supporting Opt Out legislation, House Bill 50 contains obvious violations of personal liberty.

So long as those infringements on parental and privacy rights exist in the bill, we must remain in opposition to this legislation.

CLICK HERE to find the link to House Bill 50, as well as a description of the problematic provisions.

Municipal Gun Control

Draft legislation for a “Muni Gun Ban” was released to ban personal protection in all municipal building, as well as any building — public or private — where a government entity meets in an official capacity.

Currently, this draft legislation is still seeking sponsors at the Capitol.

CLICK HERE to find the link to the draft bill, as well as the information we have up to this point on its origins.

School District Referendum

The next tax hike referendum attempt by Christina School District is scheduled for May 27th, with one more school board meeting scheduled for May 12th.

This issue is relevant to all school districts across the state.

The problems facing Christina today have already been felt in the Appoquinimink, Colonial, Red Clay, Seaford, Milford, and Cape Henlopen school districts.

And it will continue.

If we do not tackle the root causes of rising costs and declining student performance during one of these referendums, this problem will continue to spiral further in the wrong direction.

As we outlined in the meeting, it’s clear that the Christina school board is asking the citizens to vote on a bad solution,  insisting on slashing pro-student resources . . .

. . . while protecting nearly 100 non-essential positions and bloated executive salaries as high as $192,000 a year.

We will be having a special referendum event prior to the May 12th board meeting. Here are the details:

Thursday, May 7th at 7:00pm
Bible Fellowship Church of Newark
808 S Old Baltimore Pike
Newark, DE 19702

Proponents of referendum passage have made a conscious decision to use similar tactics from their victorious counterparts in Red Clay back in February, holding regular “political action” meetings, professional marketing services . . .

. . . and even using district taxpayer dollars to fund their pro-tax hike literature and advertisements — including plans to pay for street side billboards!

Parents, teachers, and other residents who oppose the school district’s proposal are having their own tax dollars used against them and need to make their voice heard.

It’s unacceptable. And the current referendum proposal on the ballot is the wrong proposal to be voting on.

We will be calling for the school board to cancel the referendum and START OVER by listening to the better ideas put forth by the community.

Please join us for our special referendum event on May 7th at Bible Fellowship Church in Newark.

In Liberty,
Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Please join us at 7:00pm on Thursday, May 7th at the Bible Fellowship Church of Newark on Old Baltimore Pike.

We need to come together as a county and try to stop Delaware’s high cost, low performance approach to education on the battlefield of Christina School District.

Help us pressure that school board to stop their May 27th Tax Hike Referendum and START OVER by listening to parents, teachers and other residents.

4/22/2015 New Castle County Meeting

Our first New Castle County Meeting for 2015 is next Wednesday and there is no shortage of issues to tackle.

The problems surrounding education in the State of Delaware continue to pile on and there has been no significant momentum to fix them.

With the desperate need for political leadership to straighten out these issues, we will now be organizing activists to ramp up the pressure on our politicians.

Next Wednesday, we’ll be covering . . . 

  • the latest school district referendums
  • the push for “opting out” of standardized testing
  • the path forward for education freedom

We will also have brief updates on the municipalities where we are engaged, such as Newark and Wilmington.

Here are the details for our meeting next Wednesday:

New Castle County – Wednesday, April 22, from 7-9 p.m.

Bear Library
101 Governors Plaza
Bear, DE 19701
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

In Liberty,
Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Please join us next Wednesday at the Bear Library in Bear, DE. Get involved in fighting for change in your town and school district.

Victory again. Are you hungry for more?

Campaign for Liberty

The last day of the Delaware state legislative session was a success.Campaign for Liberty activists were in the halls, and our legislation tracking brochures were printed, folded, and handed out.

The brochures were also posted online so activists could make phone calls from home, and every state legislator even received one.

They knew we were serious.

The majority of us stayed until the end – at 3:30 a.m. the next day.

And of the 20 bills that were on our handout, only 3 passed that night. 

The voting records of those three bills will become forever enshrined in our growing Hall of Shame.

But all of the major bills we rallied against this year were left to die on the cutting room floor:

  • All remaining gun bills
  • The Gag Act
  • Single-payer, state-run health care
  • And many more…
Now we need to continue our momentum and lay the groundwork for next year.We know they will be back.  We know they will further attack our liberties and freedoms.

But next year will not be an election year, so they will need to experience an even stronger and organized effort from us.

We’ll need an army.

Our Local Coordinator program is the heart and soul of our movement’s future, identifying patriots in every neighborhood across the state to own a piece of our mobilization efforts.

This creates a grassroots army of messengers for liberty, and we have not yet tapped into this powerful program.

It doesn’t even require much time or effort.  We just need a lot of people to be a part of it.

It’s time for liberty.

Please join us at one of the county meetings this month as we cover the events of June 30th, as well as our next big step to reversing government overreach in our state.

Kent County – Wednesday, July 16, from 7-9 p.m.
Levy Court Administration Complex (Room 221)
555 South Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901

Sussex County – Friday, July 18, from 7-9 p.m.
Abundant Life Church
20488 Donovans Road
Georgetown, DE 19947

New Castle County – Monday, July 21, from 7-9 p.m.

Bear Library
101 Governors Plaza
Bear, DE 19701

There is no question that we are having an effect on the direction of our state.

Now we have the opportunity to build and properly prepare to confront the system with an even stronger organization to match next year’s challenge.

We will also be fielding volunteers for our booth at the Middletown Peach Festival on August 16th.

Please attend at one of the dates and times listed above.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Out of 20 bills we were publicly engaged against on the last day of Delaware’s legislative session, only 3 were passed.

Those votes will be carefully enshrined in our Delaware Hall of Shame.

But now it’s time to build on our success.  Please attend one of the county meetings listed above this month, and play your part in this growing movement for liberty.

It’s Almost Over

Campaign for Liberty

With less than 20 calendar days left in this year’s General Assembly, our goal of keeping some egregious assaults on our constitutional rights from becoming a reality are within reach.   

But the final days of session are also the most dangerous – especially the last day, June 30th.   

There’s a long list of liberty-shredding bills on the Ready List and even more currently sitting in the committees.   

We’ll be covering that list at our meetings this month.   

On June 30th, legislators stop the clock at 11:59 p.m. and continue their assaults on our liberties for hours into the early morning.   

Politicians regularly “suspend the rules” and pull the most outrageous stunts – like submitting bills and passing them through both chambers in the same night.   

And it’s going to take an all-out effort on June 30th to keep those bills from reaching the Governor’s desk for signature into law.   

That’s why we need you to attend one of our June meetings.  

We’re organizing to descend upon the Capitol on June 30th.  

Here are the dates and times for our June meetings across the state:   

West New Castle County – Monday, June 16, from 7-9 p.m.
Newark Senior Center (Activity Room)

200 White Chapel Drive

Newark, DE 19713 

North New Castle County – Wednesday, June 18, from 7-9 p.m.
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church

1006 Wilson Road

Wilmington, DE 19803   

Kent County – Thursday, June 19, from 7-9 p.m.
Levy Court Administration Complex (Room 221)

555 South Bay Road

Dover, DE 19901   

Sussex County – Friday, June 20, from 7-9 p.m.
Abundant Life Church

20488 Donovans Road

Georgetown, DE 19947   

South New Castle County – Thursday, June 26, from 7-9 p.m.
M.O.T Senior Center

300 S. Scott Street

Middletown, DE 19709   

We are going to need a steady stream of volunteers at the Capitol all evening and night long, showing up in shifts to lobby the legislators in person and by phone.   

This is the most important time of the year to have citizens who are willing to stand for freedom.   

Please attend one of our June meetings at the times and dates listed above.   

In Liberty,   

Eric Boye 
Delaware State Coordinator 
Campaign for Liberty   

P.S. The most dangerous day of the year for freedom is quickly approaching.  Only an organized effort on June 30th will keep some of the worst assaults to our liberties from reaching the Governor’s desk.   

Please attend one of our meetings this month, as we organize to have a constant presence at the Capitol that evening.  We hope to see you at one of the locations and times listed above.

We Have To Stop Them

Campaign for Liberty

Our meetings are back in full swing – and not a moment too soon.
 

The state legislature is back in session, and there is no shortage of liberty-shredding legislation that we need to mobilize on.
 

From attacking our most fundamental right of free speech and assembly…
 

…to increasing the powers of an ever-expanding police state…
 

the legislators in Dover are doing everything they can to take the last bits of freedom we have.
 

For example, House Bill 187, the Free Speech Prohibition bill, is still on the Ready List in the Delaware House of Representatives, and Speaker Schwartzkopf can bring it to the floor for a vote at any time.   

– This bill expands the definition of charitable organization to cover every possible assembly of people and will end the activities of all advocacy entities in the First State. 

– It expands the definition of solicitation to cover every possible means of human interaction and communication. 

– It requires you to report all financial information, expenditures, and schedules of your activities. 

– It even requires any vendors you use for your effort to log and report information on every person you reach out to, whether they respond to you or not. 

– And worst of all, it makes all of the information – including personal information of your vendors and donors – public on the Internet.   

But it’s also a 22-page bill.  I haven’t even scratched the surface of the atrocities buried into this mess.   

Literally, your ability to speak to others about anything you care about will be crushed.   

And Representative Edward Osienski of Newark refuses to remove his First Amendment-shredding piece of legislation.  

Call him now and demand that House Bill 187 be STRICKEN from the record.   

Legislative Office: (302)744-4351 
Outside Office: (302)577-8476 
Home Phone: (302)292-8903   

It’s up to us to stop these assaults on freedom.  Please join us at a meeting this month.
 

Sussex County – Friday, May 16, from 7-9 p.m.
Abundant Life Church

20488 Donovans Road

Georgetown, DE 19947   

West New Castle County – Monday, May 19, from 7-9 p.m.
Newark Senior Center (Activity Room)

200 White Chapel Drive

Newark, DE 19713
 

North New Castle County – Wednesday, May 21, from 7-9 p.m.
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church

1006 Wilson Road

Wilmington, DE 19803   

Kent County – Thursday, May 22, from 7-9 p.m. 
Levy Court Administration Complex (Room 221) 
555 South Bay Road 
Dover, DE 19901 

South New Castle County – Thursday, May 29, from 7-9 p.m.
M.O.T Senior Center

300 S. Scott Street

Middletown, DE 19709
 

In Liberty,
 

Eric Boye

Delaware State Coordinator

Campaign for Liberty
 

P.S. Legislators like Ed Osienski of Newark are destroying our liberties.  The good news is, there’s plenty we can do to stop them.
 

Please join us at one of the meetings this month as we continue to build our strength in opposing their assault on our rights.

More Fights, More Fun

Campaign for Liberty

Last month, I sent you some gruesome details on House Bill 187.

Shortly after I emailed you, Senator Gary Simpson removed himself from being a sponsor on the bill.

I don’t know about you, but results like that are fun when they happen.

But unfortunately, this fight is far from over.

In our meetings this month, I will dissect House Bill 187 for you – directly from the actual language of the bill.

In addition, we’ll begin the process of mobilizing on the local fights that our Hartly One-Day School graduates identified using one of the tools they learned at the training.

In Wilmington, the city has gotten fat and sassy from their Instant Ticketing System, where bureaucrats trespass on private property looking for “code violations,” and the owner is declared guilty the moment the ticket is written and must pay extra for an appeal.

And many times, they are ticketing properties and recording the wrong addresses – with the fines and violation records being charged to random neighbors down the street!

In Newark – the city awash with power plant corruption and rain taxes – the Council has recently installed their “Checkpoint Charlie” security apparatus at City Hall to assuage the fears of the City Manager and Mayor.

Meanwhile, University of Delaware students can’t carry basic, open market Taser guns sold on Amazon to protect themselves while walking back from class at night.

Our group in Kent County is taking on the unlawful backdoor registration ordinance in Dover that requires its own citizens to get a permission slip from the Chief of Police in order to carry a firearm for personal protection in city limits.

Let’s be clear: the natural right to bear arms and openly carry in Delaware requires no permission.

And Sussex County is currently taking fire in the way of tax hike referendums in their school districts, with our activists achieving a victory in Seaford on February 27th and the next battle looming in Milford on March 26th.

These activists engaged the citizens and sent a clear message to their local school board. . .

. . .Stop taking federal money to implement the disastrous, expensive curricula known as Common Core, along with the data-gathering schemes over our children and their families, and then expecting us to pay for it when the federal bribe money stops flowing.

In other words, keep control over our childrens’ education LOCAL and remove Common Core from our schools.

Here are the dates and times of our meetings this month.

Kent County – Wednesday, March 12, from 7-9p.m.
Levy Court Administration Complex (Room 221)
555 South Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901

West New Castle County – Monday, March 17, from 7-9p.m.
Newark Senior Center (Activity Room)
200 White Chapel Drive
Newark, DE 19713

North New Castle County – Wednesday, March 19, from 7-9p.m.
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church
1006 Wilson Road
Wilmington, DE 19803

Sussex County – Friday, March 21, from 7-9p.m.
Abundant Life Church
20488 Donovans Road
Georgetown, DE 19947

South New Castle County – Thursday, March 27, from 7-9p.m.
M.O.T Senior Center
300 S. Scott Street
Middletown, DE 19709

We had great meetings last month, with a lot of participation from our Hartly graduates in scoring these fights.

Now it’s time to turn up the heat on these local politicians and stop the seeds of bad government where they are planted first – at the bottom of the food chain.

Please mark your calendars and attend one of the local meetings at the dates and times listed above.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. House Bill 187 is the #1 threat to our grassroots voice and the democratic process in Delaware.

Don’t miss the detailed breakdown of this egregious piece of legislation.

Join us and take action to stop bad government policies right in your own backyard. Show up to a local meeting at the dates and times listed above.

Free Speech Prohibition

Campaign for Liberty

I never thought I’d actually live to see it. Not in this country.

Our First Amendment rights are now under attack in Delaware.

We’ll be talking about this at our meetings this month, in addition to our ongoing efforts to fight Common Core, anti-2nd Amendment legislation, and local battles in your area.

House Bill 187 was introduced by Representative Edward Osienski and cosponsored by Representative John Kowalko and Senator David Sokola.

It will force charitable organizations – both state and national – to maintain a burdensome level of administrative costs, labor-intensive record keeping, and privacy-shredding reporting requirements.

The bill will also prohibit organizations from soliciting for new members and donations unless they use state-approved, registered solicitation vendors.

All three of these sponsoring politicians are from Newark, DE.

The Newark City Council has been repeatedly stopped in the last year by our activists on fights involving the 4th Amendment, 2nd Amendment, Rain Taxes, and Property Rights.

And Delaware C4L just beat them for the second time on a major piece of unconstitutional legislation.

Politicians do not like citizens standing up to their anti-liberty agendas.

So now they’re coming for our 1st Amendment rights because without freedom of speech, we can’t fight anything at all.

House Bill 187 will force donor-driven, charitable organizations operating in Delaware into a new registration, taxation, and tracking scheme.

House Bill 187 just passed out of the House Economic Development/Banking/Insurance/Commerce Committee.

It sailed through by a vote of 7 to 1.

That means it could be voted on in the House as early asMarch 18th.

If this passes, it will virtually stop the operations of charitable organizations in the state – both local and national.

We’ve got all kinds of anti-liberty issues to fight, but without our 1st Amendment rights of speech and assembly, all of our other fights mean nothing.

If it becomes too difficult for people to speak as a group or raise money, make phone calls, print petitions, and everything else that groups do. . .

. . .it’s going to be a liberty-shredding free-for-all in our state’s future.

In short, HB 187 is an onerous law that can be used to punish grassroots citizen groups at will if they dare to speak out against government officials and to control non-profit organizations who don’t bend to the government’s will.

We need to mobilize against this assault on our Constitution, our natural rights, and our ability to work together.

Here are the dates and times of our remaining meetings this month:

West New Castle County – Monday, February 17, from 7-9p.m.
Newark Senior Center (Activity Room)
200 White Chapel Drive
Newark, DE 19713
North New Castle County – Wednesday, February 19, from 7-9p.m.
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church
1006 Wilson Road
Wilmington, DE 19803
Sussex County – Friday, February 21, from 7-9p.m.
Abundant Life Church
20488 Donovans Road
Georgetown, DE 19947
South New Castle County – Thursday, February 27, from 7-9p.m.
M.O.T Senior Center
300 S. Scott Street
Middletown, DE 19709

We knew if we had success, the politicians would try to stop us.

Now it’s up to us to stop them – again.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Our First Amendment rights are under attack in Delaware. Once those are gone, the rest of our liberties are up for grabs to the power hungry politicians.

Don’t miss your local meeting this month. Please show up at one of the dates and times listed above.

Who’s tired of big government?

Campaign for Liberty

Here’s a list of New Year’s Resolutions that should probably interest you.

The government needs to keep raising our taxes – and coming up with new ones.

Our Governor needs to give state grants to more big corporations and casinos.

They need to take more property from the citizens using eminent domain, create more excuses and reasons to confiscate our firearms, and write more regulations and requirements to chase businesses and jobs out of the state.

And the government really needs to control and document every thought in the minds of our children ––

— as well as their parents, meaning US.

Believe it or not, that’s how our representatives in Delaware are voting; not just at the state level, but at every level — all the way down to the school boards.

As citizens, we’ve got an important job to do. This job is in addition to our day jobs and putting food on the table.

We have the responsibility to tell politicians what bills we want them to pass, how we want them to vote, and then hold them accountable for any bad behavior.

I know it sounds tedious, but it’s actually a very fun luxury.

In a lot of countries, the citizen doesn’t get to even apply for that job.

And bringing political pain to bad politicians is about as fun as anything you could ever do in your entire life.

We’ve got exciting plans to do all of it in 2014.

Our January meetings this month will be our chance to regroup after the holidays.

We’ll be discussing the local issues that are concerning the citizens, as well as looking for new local leaders to put in place this year.

I’ll also be releasing the final details of our Candidate Survey Program, which will be delivered to all candidates running for a seat in the State House and State Senate this year.

Here are the times and locations for Delaware Campaign for Liberty meetings in January:

Kent County – Tuesday, January 14th, from 7-9:00p.m.
Levy Court Complex, Room 221
555 South Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901

North New Castle County – Wednesday, January 15th, from 7-9:00p.m.
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church
1006 Wilson Road
Wilmington, DE 19803

Sussex County – Friday, January 17th, from 7-9:00p.m.
Abundant Life Church
20488 Donovans Road
Georgetown, DE 19947

West New Castle County – Monday, January 20th, from 7-9:00p.m.
Newark Senior Center (Activity Room)
200 White Chapel Drive
Newark, DE 19713

South New Castle County – Thursday, January 30th, from 7-9:00p.m.
M.O.T. Senior Center
300 S. Scott Street
Middletown, DE 19709

In addition, we will have an open floor period for liberty lovers to discuss the issues that are most important to them.

The only standing rule is: No Politicians.

These meetings are only for YOU – the citizens – to conspire for liberty.

I look forward to seeing you at your local meeting.

In Liberty,

Eric Boye
Delaware State Coordinator
Campaign for Liberty

P.S. Our January meeting is a time for us to welcome new members, discuss local issues, and lay out concrete plans for 2014.

And if you have not signed up for the Hartly, DE Political Leadership School on February 1st, click here to reserve a seat while they are still available.