Know Your Farmer – Colorado

basket of vegetables

Today we feature a great organization in Southeastern Colorado.  Their dedication to local foods and agriculture are commendable.  They contributed an article to our Premier Edition of The Good American Post.  Please learn more about their organization at:

If you have a food co-op, CSA (community-supported-agriculture), share-program, or are a farmer who is interested in connecting to the consumer, please email us!

Know Your Soldier! Honoring Veterans, Our Heroes

Soldiers with Flag

The Good American Post is dedicated to our troops – those men and women who give their life for our Country and our Freedom.  We want to feature soldiers here on our blog, as well as in our printed publications.  This can be anyone who is serving in the military, anyone who has retired from the military, and anyone who has paid the ultimate price with their service.

If you have a soldier that you would like to be featured, please email us at: goodamericanpost (at)


The Bill of Rights – FIRST AMENDMENT

We support and desire to educate everyone about the Bill of Rights, as they are Americans’ protection of Freedom.

FIRST AMENDMENT – Freedom of Speech, Religion, & Press

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

We the People

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Health Care Questions

We have found a great site/poll that asks many questions about the Health Care proposal currently in Congress.  We think that it is our right, as citizens of the United States of American, to ask these questions.  Please visit this link to vote on what questions are important to you.

Senior couple on cycle ride

Know Your Farmer – Arizona

family in field

Today we feature a Community-Owned food group in Tucson, Arizona.  What a fabulous idea for creating a network of local food.  That’s Sustainability our Friends!  And, it is inherently a culprit to FREEDOM.

If you have a food co-op, CSA (community-supported-agriculture), share-program, or are a farmer who is interested in connecting to the consumer, please email us!

HR 2775 – The Federal Reserve Abolition Act

This legislation, proposed by Representative Ron Paul (R-Texas), asks for transparency in our government and Central Bank through audits of the Federal Reserve.  The Good American Post is very excited about this proposal, and encourages for you to take a look at such:

HR 2755 – The Federal Reserve Abolition Act

You can also purchase Ron Paul’s new book, End the Fed, at our website:


Flag & Troop

We are looking for stories about our troops – active duty and retired – that have given to our country and to our freedom.  Please send your stories to, and let us share this with our readers.

Thank you to our troops for everything that you do for this fine Country!



farmer and daughter

The Good American Post is dedicated to ensuring that our local food systems are SUSTAINABLE!  That means that we would not be dependent on any imports into our community – that we can provide for ourselves and our communities.  Please help us in this effort of gather information across the country of local farmers and producers that we can support locally with our “dollar”.

If you are a farmer or producer that wants to be included on this list, please email us at:

Farmers' Markets 2010 – Buy Local Food

The season of Fall is upon us, and it is time to reflect and settle in for Winter.  We want to show you all of the amazing Farmers’ Markets going on across the Country, and it is never too early to start planing where you are going to find and source your local food for next year.

Our friends at That’s Natural! in Southern Colorado have advised us that their Loco for Local Farmers’ Market at the Sangre de Cristo Arts Center will take place starting July 1st, 2010 and run every Thursday evening from 4PM until 8PM through August 26th (Pueblo, Colorado).  They are looking for sponsors and vendors, please let them know if you are interested.

We will also be calling out to local farmers and producers in Iowa and New Mexico in the Holiday 2009 Editions of The Good American Post, so let us know if you have something going on with local food systems.

autumn cornucopia

Atlas Shrugged & Culture of Corruption, Part 1

Could a small business owner find solace in prophecy and watch-dog journalism?

Originally I went to Barnes & Noble to pick up the book Democracy, The God That Failed by Hans-Hermann Hoppe.  I just happen to see Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, and picked it up.  Since they were out of my original choice, the latter was my purchase, and I was off to start the thickest book that I have read in, I think, all my life.

This isn’t a book review in the “normal” modus operandi of book reviews.  Instead, this is a column dedicated to looking at books, passages, research, and journalism, to put together some pieces of what I see as the falling and/or rising of systems in place.  Economic systems, political systems, social systems, justice systems, etc.

If we can take the massive amounts of information available to us, look at it with un-biased understanding of how it affects us, and then decide upon the actions that need to take place and do something, then we have succeeded as members of this system that we call a society.  And although that is a complex process that has gone on for hundred, thousands, or maybe millions of years, it is something that we consistently revisit as human beings.


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