Liberty & The Mustard Seed – Part V

By: Tisha Casida

On Christmas Eve of 2009 I watched as President Barack Obama spoke to the American people about the success of his Health Care Bill, as a monumental achievement that would shed upon all of us good fortune and access to medical care.  Senator Harry Reid said that the government was providing to us “security and stability”.

I don’t want security and stability “provided to me” via Uncle Sam.  I would like to do that for myself.  For years I have been a student – both in the educational system as well as in the school of life – as a consumer, worker, and citizen.  I have continually waited for “the experts” and “our representatives” to effectively lead our country.  Today, there is no doubt in my mind that our true leaders are those driven, middle-class Americans that make up the back-bone of our nation and free-market.  There is no piece of paper, no certification, no amount of money, and no political relationship that makes us, as Americans, more qualified for the job of being an informed, knowledgeable, participating citizen and consumer of this country – WE ARE THE LEADERS.

The future representatives and business-owners are people like you and me – there are no “experts” in Washington that are smarter than us.  Once we all realize that, our power as citizens will be much greater.  That is the reason for this book – to simplify, ignite, and unite all of us to stand up, speak out, and make REAL change happen.  This would not include just “hope” – I am talking about creating and taking advantage of incentives.

Taking responsibility and action are all we have to stand against a system that has become very corrupt.  Our forefathers would be unhappy with us – all of us.  Thomas Jefferson may have said it most simply, “The tree of Liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.”  The founders of our Constitution and the forefathers of our great country knew what kind of battle we would continuously be up against as a free nation.

I do hope that the blood I shed is with this pen and paper.  As the great American journalist and novelist, Ernest Hemingway said, “There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”  Here I sit on my modern-day typewriter, and I bleed.

Liberty & The Mustard Seed – Part IV

By: Tisha Casida

We can save the world through capitalism, free-markets, and limited government.  These systems allow human beings to experience an enhanced quality of life.  These human beings make up the market – the market grows and prospers when the market is free to choose, free to learn, free to grow.  There is no greater wealth than to have liberty and to make choices in a free society.

It is impossible to know what really lies ahead for this great country.  There are days that I am optimistic, and others that I am not.  Knowing the position that we are in economically, as a country, with the value of the dollar and the incomprehendable amount of debt we face, has me thinking about alternative means to create values and create wealth – gold, silver, barter, and the black market – all which for thousands of years have held their use and value.  All of these currencies or markets hold their value without being propped up by an economic policy enforced by the heavy hand of government.  Those values and markets are what will work no matter what happens to the value of that dollar bill – and will work no matter what the government tries to enforce in the terms of price controls or artificially created “hopes” that hold no value, no meaning, and no incentives.

“It seems to me that at this time we need education in the obvious more than the investigation of the obscure.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

Our country, no doubt, has a lot to go through.  We all have a lot to learn.  We all have a lot of responsibility to take and a lot of fear to leave behind us.  Still young, growing up, going to school, and acting as a military wife through the attack and war of 9/11 has built me into someone who refuses to be persuaded by fear.  Whether it is coming from a violent terrorist or the news that I watch on various main-stream networks – I stand in the name of liberty, for the kids that I someday hope to raise in this great country.

Strategy to Save the U.S.A.

We must act swiftly and efficiently to be able to conquer the battles we face.  This is a matter of truth, freedom, and voice.  The Good American Post is dedicated to providing timely, accurate, and helpful information to our Republic.  We believe in using technology, such as this blog and other social networking mediums, to help build our voice to the point at which we can use our power and influence AS THE PEOPLE.

We have developed a free-market model for providing news to communities across the Country,  allowing local publishers to gather information and advertising for and from the communities in which they serve.  This, along with national content, goes into a 12-28 page newspaper that is distributed monthly amongst the community in which the publisher is located.  Very limited overhead and access to high-quality resarch and support, builds local economies and nurtures community relationships that are an inherent part of sustainability and profitability, as an individual, family, or economy.

WE MAKE OUR OWN MARKET – We build our economies, and we create jobs.  WE THE PEOPLE.   No more waiting for government to do it.  Start a Newspaper.  Serve your community’s small businesses by providing great information and great advertising.  Back to the basics, The Good American Post is the vehicle you need to develop this enterprise (free enterprise in a free market), that will not only be extremely profitable, but very well may save your Country.  Because you will provide REAL NEWS to your community, and there is nothing more important than REAL MEDIA.

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The Good American Post is a newspaper-territory model that allows anyone in any part of the United States to start their own newspaper.  The process is simple – all you have to do is gather your local content and sell your local advertising (we have gathered national content and national advertisers).  We put the finished product together for you, get it shipped to your location, and then you distribute to your community.

A detailed quick-sheet is available on our website, just click on the parchment Good American Post logo on the top right-hand side of the screen (the file will then start the download process).

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We are NEW MEDIA – we build local economies by supporting local communities, all while educating our great Country about liberty and the power of free markets.

"Create" Jobs?

Q: How do you create jobs?

A: You create demand that will cause a need for industries to hire people!

Q: How do you create demand?

A: You eliminate or lower taxes and red tape.

Q: How do you eliminate or lower taxes and red tape?

A: You eliminate lengthy legislation that causes more bureaucracy and interferes with the marketplace.

So, the answer is, you cannot successfully “create” jobs through legislation.  It won’t work, it is unsustainable, and a futile long-term strategy.

What to do?  Put yourself to work! Start a small business!  Start your own Good American Post territory and fight the red tape with NEW MEDIA.

What is the Good American Post?

Entering into month number nine of our publication and newspaper-territory-model, it is amazing to see the enterprises and organizations that have stepped up in the name of liberty and the free market.

Reaching tens of thousands of people, all while supporting our local communities and building local economies is hard work – and worth every second!

With the successful launch of our publication and model, we wanted to continue to build the public’s awareness and knowledge of what we are doing.

So in case you didn’t know, here it is, short and simple.

The Good American Post is a newspaper-model that is set up so that anyone in the Country can start a local newspaper.  We have the knowledge and resources to get you started and allow you to make money while supporting your local community and building your local economy (by creating jobs/tourism/etc.).

We have the model and tools – you have the ambition and market!

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A Detached Representative, Dear President

By Tisha Casida

While perusing through various blogs and news-stories, a particular point was brought up on Michelle Malkin’s blog post “The shout-outs Obama forgot”.  One of Malkin’s readers stated:

“No one in the media has brought up the ultimate snub from Pres. Obama during his speech last night. He gave a shout out to Michelle Obama- twice, Joe Biden- once, but to the two officers who brought down the Ft. Hood terrorist and who were sitting right next to the First Lady, he said nothing.

Why?…You would think in one of the most tragic events that happened on our soil since 9/11, Pres. Obama would have addressed them. We all know well Pres. Bush would have.”

This made me really think about it.  The real, true heroes of our system and society are not and HAVE NOT been given any type of support, promotion, etc., at least any real substantial “shout-out” in my opinion.   The men and women who risk their lives, who give their lives, are often forgotten when there would ideally be ample viewership and readership to recognize them.

But I guess that honor, guts, glory, and citizenry does not “sell”.  Well, I actually beg to differ, but it is too bad that people with influence and power, i.e. the President of our Country, are not grateful for the millions of middle-class, hard-working Americans who make real news, in this publisher’s opinion.

References:

Malkin, M. (2010, January 28). Re: The shout-outs Obama forgot [Blog post].  Retrieved from http://michellemalkin.com/2010/01/28/the-shout-outs-obama-forgot/

Why The Good American Post Doesn’t Need Props

By: Tisha T. Casida

“The most damning problem with government ‘help’ is what we saw with the bailout of the U.S. auto industry: Help props up those who are producing things that customers do not want,” said News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch (December 8, 2009 at newsmax.com).   I could not agree more with this statement.  Help is not help when it comes at the expense of taxpayers and subsidizes companies or industries that are not performing.

It is simple.  The market bears what the market desires.  If newsprint is failing to deliver information to the consumer that the consumer is demanding, then newsprint will fail.  Yes, technology has impacted news and newsprint, but that is part of the market.  Deal with it.  Grow up.  And stop crying for help from the Nanny-State.

The Good American Post, is new to the market, and empowers consumers with information that supports local communities and builds local economies with positive and sustainable information.  It is being demanded.  It is what the market wants.  And it is exactly why we do not need the government to prop us up, and never will.

Reference: http://www.newsmax.com/insidecover/murdoch_newspapers_bail/2009/12/08/295819.html?s=al&promo_code=92E2-1

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I think when we get right down to it, we need to ask the real hard questions.

Like, how in the world did we end up here in the first place?

How did our Country get to the point where a Health Care bill is 1,500 pages, written by lawyers, and not even understood by our congressmen?

How did we get to the point, where our Representatives won’t listen to us while marching 2 million people on the front lawn of the Capitol?

Well, we got lazy, not all of us, but a lot of us, and I am certainly one of those people to blame.

So, now, we know we have a big problem, now we need to fix it.  We will fix it by mobilizing the masses of people that make up the American consumers and constituencies.

WE THE PEOPLE, will create the New Media using the Free Market.

And we will get our country back to a place where bills can be read and understood by our representatives and by the American people.

– Tisha Casida

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