This is a must-listen for any liberty activist!
We discuss why “shining light on the cockroaches” is so much more powerful than making arguments that the politicians are cockroaches. Glen explains the nuclear weapon of information requests that all citizens can deploy. We discuss the need to be opportunistic in our activism, rather than getting wedded to one approach or another.

Understanding the true motivation of government agencies, and the disaffection of many of its workers, can be a key to success… and Glen provides a perfect example of his state’s “Department of Ecology” (essentially the state-level EPA). What metric do you think that department is most concerned with – cleanliness of water, pollution of air, quantities of sewage dumped into waterways? Not at all…

Fascinatingly, we also discuss how politics is really done – dirtily. Once you start making a difference, the rules change, and corruption and bribery are deployed against you. Glen has been on the receiving end of all of it.

Glen tells us, too, about the power of video in activism, and his new project, “We The Governed” that seeks to harness that power.

About Glen Morgan

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Glen Morgan is one of Washington State’s most effective liberty activists. He is a man with a method and mission. In this show, we discuss what works best when it comes to making rapid political change. According to Glen, the The answer Infiltrate; Confront, and Punish.

Glen is the kind of activist that wasteful government agents, corrupt representatives and even entire agencies and parties are scared of. That’s because he’s so good at what he does.

[Read Glen’s Full Bio]


 

About  robin-960-700Host

Robin Koerner is a British permanent resident of the USA, political and economic commentator for the Huffington Post, the Daily Paul, the Moderate Voice and other sites. He is best known for coining the term “Blue Republican” to refer to liberty-loving liberals and independents who joined the GOP in 2011/12 to support the presidential campaign of Ron Paul.