10-Minute Citizen

“It does not take a majority to prevail, but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brush fires of freedom in the minds of men.“ - Samuel Adams

To be a 10-Minute Citizen you need to commit to investing 10 minutes a day, six days a week to protect freedom. The preservation of liberty depends on citizens deliberately taking action.

So, in the case of Morningland Dairy, when you get an idea about someone who you think should be informed about the way FDA is going about things, a 10-Minute Citizen would make that phone call, send out that email, write a letter to the editor and tell everyone they meet for 10 minutes a day about it. Heaven knows that with the internet there are a gazillion ways to look up contact information of Governors, State representatives, Congress, the insiders there at FDA, the Missouri Milk Board, all the mainstream media, etc.

So, why not try it today! Become a 10-Minute Citizen and do your part to take this country back.

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6 responses to “10-Minute Citizen

  1. YES!

    That’s great! Thanks for explaining it – and for the fantastic Samuel Adams quote.

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  3. We need a page or system with links to write to our congressmen and the FDA. Perhaps a form letter like other organizations have.
    If S-510 passes the Congress we are sunk. This won’t even be an issue. Pass the word and give to this instead of giving Christmas presents. We are at such a crossroads right now.
    I was raised on one of those small farms that has been gobbled up by BigAgra. For everyone’s health we need to keep small farms.

  4. I am 10 minuting a way.

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