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About GardinersRight

Liberty cryingGardinersRight is a private property activist, Tea Party movement leader and champion for limited federal government under the framework of the US Constitution. It is led by Pam O’Dell of Gardiner, NY.  You can contact me at gardinersright@earthlink.net.

4 Comments leave one →
  1. June 9, 2011 7:55 pm

    Hello Pam

    I have an email list of over 25,000 and 5,ooo on my personal facebook page looks like your blog is not that popular – no one comments….

    The cup cake festival is just good old fashioned good for business why would someone like you oppose that?

    looking forward to your answer thanks

    farmer billiam

  2. September 1, 2011 6:06 am

    The Declaration of Independence for Children

    Hello,

    Tea Parties have formed to advance and strengthen the Founding principles of the United States which are the God given rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness as enshrined in the Declaration of Independence.

    I share these principles and your concerns which is the reason I wrote the Declaration of Independence for children entitled “Wee the People … A Story About Freedom.” Children are taught to respect and to venerate our forebears and the principles upon which the United States was founded. This beautifully illustrated book will captivate the young and old alike. The illustrations are attractive and vivid as they explain to children the glorious deeds and sacrifices of American heroes in wartime that established and preserved our freedom since the foundation of America.

    It would be greatly appreciated if you would inform your members of this book which can be purchased on Amazon.com at this link: http://WeePeopleBooks.com

    Thank you,
    Very best regards,

    Roger LeBlanc

  3. Vivian Yess Wadlin permalink
    June 3, 2012 5:20 pm

    Pam,
    Love the Hayek blog. I’ve written about him in my blog, too.

    Another book you might like is “Fiat Inflation in France” by Andrew D. White, former head of Cornell University. It is the story of the late 1700’s hyper inflation in France that led to all sorts of misery. Speaks to Greece and other EU countries problems today. Very easy read for non economists.

    And for kids, the booklet “I Pencil” by Leonard Reed at FEE.org. Talks about how the market works to create a #2 lead pencil. Fascinating.

    I is unfortunate that more people don’t read Hayek or Mises instead of their instant messages and face book pages. Thank you for a thoughtful piece.

    Vivian Yess Wadlin

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