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It has been said that liberals are the ones with hearts and conservatives the ones with brains.
This is a film about, and for, those who choose to engage both.
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brandon darby
In 2005 he was gunning for revolution, less than two years later he had switched his allegiance to 'the man'. Far-left activist turned FBI informant Brandon Darby reflects on this trip through the political divide.
ted hayes
A Los Angeles activist for the homeless for years, among a host of other projects, Ted has gone from being a bodyguard for Black Panther leader H. Rap Brown, to being a passionate patriot and advocate for self-improvement in his community. Here's his wiki... With us, he discusses his passions, his turnaround, and his dreams of racial reconciliation for America.
kevin dujan
The highly passionate chief blogger for hillbuzz.org discusses his painful second coming-out... as a converted conservative in Chicago's ultra-liberal Boystown.
alfonzo rachel
Showman, musician, martial artist, and conservative vlogger , "Zo" has made a name for himself by defying all that was expected, and demanded, of him.
bill ayers
When I told Mr. Ayers upon our meeting that I had read his wikipedia page as prep work for our interview, he just laughed. But here it is. The former Weather Underground leader-slash-"domestic terrorist" gave us his time and his reflections on an almost half-century of trying to change the world.
anna zetchus smith
AnnaZ has been filming, writing, and speaking out on a variety of liberty-minded issues for over a decade, focusing most often on First, Second, Ninth, and Tenth Amendment issues, and on media shenanigans. Rebel Evolution is her second feature-length documentary. A naturalized US citizen originally from Canada, she lives with her husband and four children in Austin, Texas.
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Let us presume, what is in fact true, that the spirit of liberty is as ardent as ever among the body of the nation... This spirit, however, without knowledge, would be little better than a brutal rage. Let us tenderly and kindly cherish, therefore, the means of knowledge. Let us dare to read, think, speak, and write. Let every order and degree among the people rouse their attention and animate their resolution. Let them all become attentive to the grounds and principles of government, ecclesiastical and civil. Let us study the law of nature; search into the spirit of the British constitution; read the histories of ancient ages; contemplate the great examples of Greece and Rome; set before us the conduct of our own British ancestors, who have defended for us the inherent rights of mankind against foreign and domestic tyrants and usurpers, against arbitrary kings and cruel priests, in short, against the gates of earth and hell.
John Adams
What most people really object to when they object to a free market is that it is so hard for them to shape it to their own will. The market gives people what the people want instead of what other people think they ought to want. At the bottom of many criticisms of the market economy is really lack of belief in freedom itself. The essence of political freedom is the absence of coercion of one man by his fellow men.
Milton Friedman
Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience.
C. S. Lewis

[I]n the free world, the competition of ideas and parties flourishes, and allegiances are often based on a single common principle or purpose that struggles against a competing point of view.

Though generally healthy for a society, this competition can be quite dangerous if we lose sight of the fact that there is a far greater divide between the world of freedom and the world of fear than there is between the competing factions within a free society. If we fail to realize this, we lose moral clarity. The legitimate differences among us, the shades of gray in a free society, will be wrongly perceived as black and white. Then, the real black-and-white line that divides free societies from fear societies, the real line that divides good from evil, will no longer be distinguishable.

A lack of moral clarity is why... people living in free societies cannot distinguish between religious fundamentalists in democratic states and religious terrorists in fundamentalist states. It is why people living in free societies can come to see their fellow citizens as their enemies, and foreign dictators as their friends.

Natan Sharansky