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Enough caterwauling about how things are going to Hell in a handbasket, as well as hand-wringing that “there’s nothing we can do to stop the Hologram’s onslaught against the economy, national security, and our institutions.” What’s the price of gasoline in your area today compared to just a year ago? Did you know that the “United States imported a rare cargo of 1.033 million barrels of Iranian crude in March despite sanctions on Iran’s energy sector, data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration showed”? Who shut down domestic oil and gas production in pursuit of green fantasies? Who supplies/resupplies the rockets that Hamas fired into Israel last month? Who publicly and personally insulted the leader of a nation that has the world’s largest nuclear arsenal? Who is hell-bent on trillions of dollars of deficit spending for every leftwing cause imaginable? Who is ramming Marxist critical race theory and 1619 claptrap into our public schools?

The list of reasons to “resist” the Democrat juggernaut is long and cringeworthy. To roll over and simply acquiesce to this nonsense is unthinkable. But what passes for Republican leadership in Congress these days is timid, feckless, and disorganized. While they can and should be constantly pressured to take action – and to at least institute a coordinated and consistent media campaign – they cannot be relied upon to reverse the Democrats’ push toward full-fledged socialism and Communism. It is long past time for EVERYONE who wishes to preserve the Republic to take concrete actions, and that means doing so at the local level.

Continuing political education and person-to-person communications are the keys to success. And since the megaphones of the legacy media are hopelessly compromised, the communications networks established at the local level are the means by which the Democrat-media agitprop can be bypassed.

Yes, we can “resist,” and we can do so productively. Nonviolent resistance is both possible and effective, and success breeds success, as more and more people are being red-pilled with each passing day. Nonviolent protests have been successfully used by the Left to achieve their political goals; we can do it

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