by John Anthony, Sustainable Freedom Lab
HUD uses our own money to bring communities to heel. By saying “no,” we can bring the agency to its knees. We do not need Congress, we do not have the time to wait for deceptive legislation and we cannot depend on political leaders drunk with inside the beltway power. We need our neighbors, political and non-political, building the same coalitions our forefathers built to survive in this new rugged land.
With our training program you will learn
The four actions every one of our leaders take before presenting information to their public officials. Without these, your efforts are likely to fail before you even start.
- A simple method to present a compelling case for local autonomy in under three minutes.
- How to win champions inside the system to help keep and your community officials informed
HUD, DOT and the ED have converged into a massive administration-led autocracy, pre-planning neighborhoods, living patterns, school attendance and even the social makeup of your community. Communities that resist face compliance reviews, withdrawal of millions in HUD funding or even civil rights lawsuits that will break the financial backs of most towns and counties. And, of course the counterfeit charges of not caring for America’s poor and needy.
“Ending HUD’s Tyranny,” teaches you a simple method to turn the tables on the government’s argument that because you reject HUD overreach, you are a “racist that does not care about African Americans, women or the protected classes.”
You will learn how to…
- Respond to editorials that misstate the truth while shrouding federal agencies in compassion for the poor and disenfranchised.
- How to build local coalitions politicians cannot ignore.
- Put the legal system to work for you.
Fighting an uphill battle against a government that is corrupt, dishonest packed with legions of uniformed bureaucrats can be aggravating, frustrating and seem hopeless. But our guests are winning and are eager to show you how to effectively wage the battle in your community.
From the Tenth Amendment Center Original Story