The Hard Truth in Delaware

Campaign for Liberty

“Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must, like men, undergo the fatigue of supporting it.” ~Thomas Paine

Here’s a hard truth — we all need to assume some responsibility and work together to regain our lost liberty.

As state legislators in Dover end the 2013 legislative season-of-slaughter on your God-given rights, you and I need to rally more ground forces to confront them next year and focus locally.

Debating current events online (or just watching our country unravel in the media) is a sure-fire way to always be disappointed. It’s just plain unproductive.

Our meetings for June may be the most important yet, as we continue to build our strength in the fight for liberty in Delaware.

I’ll list those dates and times in a moment, but first let me list the productive, grassroots activities we will engage in at our meetings this month.


Together, we will discuss how we can get the word out on the following issues:

  • Property Rights
  • Unmanned Law Enforcement Devices
  • Education Freedom
  • Firearms Freedom
  • Health Care Freedom

There’s a battle to be fought at every school board, town board, and county council — every single day.

The June meeting is the perfect chance to raise attention to any local, anti-liberty legislation regarding those five issues

We’ll assess each one, using the tools we have been taught; and watchdogs will be assigned to follow specific, potential battles to take on.

It’s absolutely critical you bring ideas to these meetings.


People talk, but patriots walk.

Trust me, I remember how comfortable the couch is after a long week of work.

But my own wife, who is 30 weeks pregnant, will be leading three 2-hour shifts of door-to-door canvassing, in West New Castle County, this Saturday.

And bless her heart — I couldn’t talk her out of it. If she can do it, so can the rest of us.

Members will work together to establish door-knocking teams and schedules at each meeting, so we can reach out to local communities, and find out where our neighbors stand on the five liberty issues listed above.

Then, we can mobilize like-minded neighbors.

Our goal is to have active door-knocking operations statewide by July, and boots-on-the-ground in all 3 counties every Saturday this summer.

But I need your help to make that a reality

Remember the words of American Patriot Nathan Hale as he was about to be hanged by the British on September 22nd, 1776:

“I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.”

I hope you agree that we can all do more for our liberty.

And every step you take on pavement this summer will help us take on politicians at the local level for the rest of this year and beyond.

Here are the times and locations for the June meetings:

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

South New Castle County – Thursday, June 20th, from 7-9 p.m.
North Star Grill & Lounge
380 E. Main Street
Middletown, DE 19709

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

North New Castle County – Wednesday, June 26th, from 7-9 p.m.
Emmanuel Presbyterian Church
1006 Wilson Road
Wilmington, DE 19803

Kent County – Thursday, June 27th, from 7-9 p.m.
Levy Court Complex, Room 221
555 South Bay Road
Dover, DE 19901

Your freedoms on all five of the above issues are under heavy attack today, and will continue to be in the foreseeable future.

The grassroots of Delaware must come alive in an efficient and aggressive counter-attack to the statist agenda.

I look forward to seeing you at the next meeting.

In Liberty,

Eric R. Boye
State Coordinator
Delaware Campaign for Liberty
302-SAY-2-CFL (302-729-2235)

P.S. Help contribute to the fight for liberty in Delaware. Join us at the next meeting in your region, and bring your ideas for potential battles.

P.P.S. Please join our door-to-door canvassing effort. Without your help, we are one patriot short of fighting the statist, big government forces in Delaware.