If you are trying to organize a protest or rally, you've come to the right place!

As more and more conservatives look for ways to become more active in politics and issues, we found there is not only a need, but a growing desire for people to learn how they can help and be involved. It is the grassroots movements of the common people that lead to real change - not through violence, deceit, lies, or destruction - but through peace, truth, and speaking out.

The world always needs good leaders, people who can inspire, encourage, and teach others to do what is right. If you think you've got the spirit of leadership inside of you to help pave the way for others to follow, then please step up and stand up for what's right.

The time for silence is over. The quiet, tolerant people of the world must speak up now, otherwise, we all will completely lose the most important thing in our existence - freedom.

protester speaking through megaphone

How to Organize a Rally or Protest

Rallies and protests are a great way to raise visibility and concerns about critical issues in society. It can help send important messages to the decision-makers and spread awareness to the public. It can be a quick way to bring attention to a big issue and potentially get desired changes. As the saying goes, “the squeaky wheel gets the grease.”

However, not every rally or protest runs smoothly or ends successfully in the end, but it is always worth a shot. For example, if you don’t know how to host a rally or protest, you may find that no one or very few people show up to it, it doesn’t get media attention, you get told or forced to leave the property, opposition groups may try to hijack it and turn it violent, along with a lot of other problems. [Read More]


How to Protect Your Group Online

Let's face it. There is no such thing as "privacy" anymore. Therefore, live with the expectation that everything you say and do is being watched and some parts of it may be recorded by someone, somewhere. It could be someone you know, someone you think you can trust, some unknown entity monitoring you online, artificial intelligence scanning your messages for trigger words, governments analyzing your messages, or someone from a radicalized group that wants to do you harm. Here's an article giving some examples.

Radicalized groups and individuals will physically attack, threaten, or find a way to harm people, their families, their homes, their businesses, harass them and try to get them fired or go out of business - there seems to be no limit to the possibilities of how far these people will go. [Read More]