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In this episode I speak with Grey Glyer, founder of the app Donors. Donors is being called the Uber of charitable giving. It allows aid workers, missionaries, and relief workers around the world to post stories about people in need. Through the Donorsee app you can send money directly to the aid workers who then use the money to help those in need. The aid worker then posts an update on how your money directly benefited the person you gave money to. It’s a beautiful elegant system which eliminates 99% of the overhead most aid organizations have.

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Part time writer for Daily Anarchist. Full time project manager father and husband. Practicing Catholic, Navy Vet, I love the outdoors (hunting, fishing kayaking, etc.). Student of Rothbard and the Austrian school.

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  • I love the idea for the group. I just wanted to mention my list of charities/organizations that I put together on my LRD website. You can find it here.

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  • Liberty in North Korea: Bitcoin.com, /r/GoldAndBlack Team Up for Worthy Cause People Over Politics North Korean refugees need help. Reddit /r/BTC users were alerted to a new crowdfunding campaign. With various ways offered to spend bitcoin, rarely is there a chance to literally rescue hostages. Real life. Human hostages. Liberty in North Korea (”Link”) works directly with refugees, and was chosen by a sister Reddit community, /r/GoldAndBlack, for that very reason. “It costs 3,000 dollars to get them across that 3,000 miles. If we all can raise 3,000 dollars, we can rescue one refugee,” the post claimed, urging readers to understand North Koreans who take the unbelievable risk are by no means safe in China. Read More Donate

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  • Hey Everyone, I’m new to Liberty.me but not to the Liberty Movement. I was paying attention to it in 2008 and finally drank the kool-aid in 2012. I’m posting here because I’ve been bootstrapping the development of a legislation alert app and I am hoping that it helps grassroots movements in shutting down bad legislation and getting good candidates elected. The basic idea is to connect our nation’s outspoken political activists (10% of the population roughly) with the remaining interested bystanders (about 49% of the population, representing people who care but prefer to remain anonymous) so that their combined leverage can shut down bad legislation or help get good legislation passed. Opinion data on pending bills is filterable by district and can be used to hold representatives accountable to the will of their constituency. Come election time, users can also easily compare their private voting history with a representative’s public voting record in order to make a much more informed vote than normal. There are two types of accounts: Mobilizers: These are public accounts that can be followed by other users and can post alerts on pending State and Federal legislation. This account type logs in via web browser and requires an invite code currently. Apptivists: These are private accounts that follow public accounts and vote on the bills they are alerted to by the Mobilizers. This account type logs in via a simple phone app and is open to anyone with an iOS device (Android coming soon!). Much more detailed info on the project can be found by scrolling down the homepage of our website: http://www.apptivism.us We’ve recently launched our MVP of the application and I’ve set up an invite code that can be used by people from Liberty.me if anyone here would like to register as a Public Mobilizer account. As this is my attempt to help promote liberty in our country, we have decided to make Apptivism free to use for both account types. Also, this app is meant to work together with other social media services like FB and Twitter. It’s not a replacement. That’s what Liberty.me is for. 😉 If anyone here has any questions, I’d love to answer them and I’d love to get feedback on the whether this type of system is something that could be useful to the liberty community. Thanks in advance! Cheers! seth PS: Here’s a brief video explaining the system: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ah4bJG5NNks

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  • Hi All, If you haven’t yet heard of the Life Liberty Advocate program, you might like to check this out: https://lifelibertyadvocates.com/ They have a program where you can earn part-time and full-time income promoting the principles of liberty. I’ve listened to many of their materials and it is some of the best liberty education materials I’ve heard. Anyway, if you are looking for a way to be able to afford to devote more of your time to the cause of liberty, this may be a great opportunity for you. Cheers! Pat

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  • Or should there be prisons? There was one video I saw on You tube but I cant find it, stating “No prisons in a Free society.” If everyone carried guns, would we even need State/Federal prisons? I believe you should have private institutions like extended care living facilities that could be charity based, to look after so called, “criminals.” My idea, was that you can have one that looks after each-type-of-crime. Such as, having one facility for violent criminals, another for sex criminals, and another for theft. That way, each category can be examined separately instead of throwing them in all-together which is a festering danger. If any of you can help me find information on no prisons in a free society., please let me know. Videos are always great and easy.

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