Here's an interesting website about park privatization---although, in this case, it's not genuine privatization, since the state maintains ownership while leasing space to private partners. Even so, this is still arguably a better arrangement than subjecting parks entirely to politicians and/or bureaucrats.
America's volunteerist heritage has sometimes extended even to military causes, as exemplified by World War I's Lafayette Escadrille, the Spanish Civil War's Abraham Lincoln Brigade, and World War II's Flying Tigers. I think that, if/when we believe that a foreign conflict merits our society's support, even though we haven't been attacked, then we would do better to solicit voluntary support than to lobby for official involvement. Here's an interesting brief history of volunteer…
How A Drug Raid Gone Wrong Sparked A Call For Change In The Unlikeliest State In The Nation
Here's a helpful John Birch Society webpage about stopping a Constitutional Convention, which presents some helpful tools for educating yourself, for informing others, and for lobbying our politicians against this counterproductive idea.
Education Scholarship Tax Credits Help Children and Advance Liberty
Religious freedom is arguably our first freedom---the freedom to follow our respective conscience in what we feel and think and say and do---from which all other freedoms derive. We Americans are blessed to live in a nation founded upon religious liberty, as acknowledged in our divinely-inspired Constitution. Here's a bit of relevant history. Sadly, we Americans are slowly abandoning our wise political heritage, including our religious freedom, and we should strive to reverse such trends.
Here are some statistics about how American consumers are harmed by collusion between corrupt sugar magnates and corrupt politicians who together seek their own special interests at the expense of the general welfare.
Longtime Presidential adviser Roger Stone expresses reasoned confidence in others' suspicions that DNC staffer Seth Rich was murdered for leaking information to WikiLeaks, and notes how WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has helped to expose deep corruption atop both major U. S. parties, which "whistleblowing" has sparked unjustified accusations against him of lawbreaking, and prompted Democratic leaders to seek to destroy him.