We see the damage from the shutdowns – the despair and poverty and anger, even the rising suicides and attempts; the injustice of continuing to call some people “non-essential” and forbidding them from earning a living; the damage of keeping schools closed even while they are proven to be safe. We see that Covid lockdowns and shutdown mandates are not proven to slow spread better than encouraging voluntary risk-reduction, and may have even made transmission worse. These repressive “solutions” have too high of a human cost, and have not slowed the spread. We need to stop pretending that they did.

Government officials are our public servants and representatives; they are not our rulers, and not a quasi-parental institution to order us around.

We need to be heard.

We’re not having a rally or listening to a speaker.

We’re working together to be a persistent people-power movement, advocating every day for Liberty + Life with our own individual voices and with creative actions in our own communities.

We’re pushing for the win / win…. Rights+Responsibility.

Demand that all our local public servants uphold the Constitutional rights and liberty of every person
Encourage people to live with virtue and responsibility.

Join our email list to learn about community organization actions and strategic tools you can start using right away in support of liberty – (in development - expected by March 15th, 2021)

Even as harmful mandates are lifted, we hope you’ll join the movement in saying Never Again.

See what other people are doing on these hashtags,
and add your voice to the growing movement:


"When you abandon freedom to achieve security, you lose both and deserve neither."
— Thomas Jefferson

"Justice, humanity and benevolence are the duties you owe to society in general."
— George Washington

"Good intentions will always be pleaded for every assumption [increase] of authority. It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all ages who mean to govern well, but they mean to govern. They promise to be good masters, but they mean to be masters."
— Daniel Webster