Citizens for Free Speech (CFFS) was established to promote and enable the practical exercise of Free Speech in communities across America. The battle for the mind being waged at the national level with tightly controlled and biased media, is legendary and generally repulsive to American citizens. However, the remedy is not found at the national level, but rather in our local communities.
The First Amendment states,
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
Note that Freedom of Speech is nestled between the 'free exercise' of religion, the right to peaceably assemble and the right to petition the Government to redress grievances. The writers clearly intended to link Free Speech to purposeful actions, and especially within peaceable assemblies for the purpose of redressing grievances. Free Speech was never intended to be just a mental exercise, but rather a practical and outward expression of your thoughts and opinions. Free Speech was never intended to be the right to shoot off one's mouth with irresponsible or vulgar rhetoric.
Free Speech finds its true application in your own local community. If it is not exercised, it shrivels. This is the exact reason local activism is in tatters: People of sound mind have failed in their responsibility to make their voice heard.
The first CFFS project is to design, fund and launch a community-centric social media platform that will enable users to connect with other like-minded people in their own area, to see and post community events and to join with local groups that have been established for some specific local issue. The LocalActivist network will remove the biggest roadblock to achieving successful exercise of the First Amendment, that is, the inability to get connected or 'plugged in'. [Note: LocalActivist is reserved for existing local activists and their invitees, and requires a private invitation to join]
Current social media platforms such as Facebook, Google and Twitter, are heavily censored to exclude non-globalist material and viewpoints. Many people are looking for a way to escape these titans of censorship, and the LocalActivist network will provide the right path.
The first step in getting started is to put yourself on record. Not everyone volunteers, but some will. Not everyone donates, but some can. Not everyone can reach thousands, but everyone knows someone. We need each other and together we can do great things. Please get behind CFFS by joining today. Note: CFFS is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational organization.