• Chris

Launched: Liberty List - Business



Our first resource, the Liberty List - Business, is launched and building momentum.


The Liberty List is a collection that aims to capture businesses that promote:

  • America First - products and services by Americans, for the benefit of Americans

  • American Ideals - life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness

We hope to codify objective criteria that result in inclusion or exclusion on the list. Until then, and in the spirit of transparency, here is a sample of questions we're asking as a business is evaluated:

  • Is a majority of the supply chain in America?

  • How do they treat and serve their workforce?

  • Does the business operate in every way with integrity and excellence?

  • What contribution do they make to civic society? Do they uphold The Constitution and the rule of law?

  • Do they stand firm against 'cancel culture' and the progressive agenda?

  • In what ways do they support their communities?

As with any ranking system, organizations will fall across of range of scores. Some will be 100% Made in the USA and explicitly conservative. Others are working to repatriate suppliers and choose to stay politically neutral.


The Liberty List goal is not to demand perfection. Nor is it to make decisions for others, or guarantee satisfaction. The goal is to provide options to empower We the People to make their own choices: to begin elevating the standard for the recipients of our hard-earned wealth. It is a collaborative mission.


It is in this spirit of shared patriotism that we ask for your partnership in building and maintaining this list. Many more patriotic organizations deserve to be on the Liberty List. Others we will add without having all relevant information, or will change in the course of time.


We welcome this input and all feedback. Please see the Contact page for the ways in which you can connect with us.


Thank you for your commitment to The Republic.


"The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt." - John Philpot Curran