Only a highly-informed community can overcome the
manipulation, deception, and fraud infesting every corner of
society. Here are some ideas for you to consider in holding your
government accountable and in reducing the influence of Utah's
spider web-like network of corruption:
your own political agenda. Consider carefully
how an ethical and legitimate government would operate. UT
Gun Rights has created its
for your review and critique.
2) Network with local gun owners. Let people know what is
happening. Get them connected with sites like UT Gun
Rights so they can receive critical information and form their
own, independent opinions. Sign up for free email alerts
and updates at email@example.com and "Like" UT Gun Rights on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/UtGunRights
Encourage others to read, analyze, question, confront,
challenge, and understand what is going on around them. Here are three pages
they should familiarize themselves with: The
2016 Utah Government Corruption Report,
2016 Bill Tracking Page: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly,
and the Free Ammo Page.
3) Organize into smaller working
groups for your area. Each of your local politicians should receive
political direction from a group of local, determined,
solidly-educated gun rights activists. This group can
consider political action such as establishing local
email/phone political action networks,
becoming partisan delegates,
distribution, holding town meetings, recruiting alternative
candidates, election monitoring and participation, writing
press outlets, and filing GRAMA requests
4) Invite the
Senate Bully and
House Bully to abandon their gun control agenda and relinquish their
authoritarian powers over your house and senate statutators. Let them know that you
comprehend their games and manipulation.
their powers in the
article, "Two Bullies Steal Your Rights".
5) Invite your house and senate statutators to
these bullies. Encourage them to introduce and approve the
necessary changes to the house and senate rules that depose
the present statutory monarchy. To find your statutators'
6) Consider more personal forms of communcation.
In this age of technological convenience, many citizens
operate under the fanciful delusion that "Liking" a Facebook
page, or indicating they "may attend" an event (and not
actually attending), equates to substantive political
activity. This is not the case.
It is rare, for instance, for most gun owners to send an
email to an official. Because of the impersonal nature
of email, it is common for officials to minimalize or
ignore an individual email on a particular bill or issue.
Especially if the gun owner has not already established
himself/herself with the official in some more meaningful way.
Face-to-face and phone contact with
officials has become rare for all but paid lobbyists who
infest official halls. Therefore, consider setting aside
the higher-technology crutches for some of your interactions.
It will be noticed.