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.