ways. It appears freedom is something that many people harken back to when watching old movies and seeing that there is no TSA, there is no one questioning people and demanding they present their identification, there is no spying on Americans, and the idea that you give up huge rights to the state in order to be "safe" is not prevalent. Freedom could be thought of as a neonazi transgender lesbian heroin addict protesting a Hanukkah celebration(outside of the "free speech zone")while having a surgery by an unlicensed doctor and paying for drugs and the procedure with bit-coin. Freedom in my humble opinion is being exercised to the fullest by the participants of the Free State Project. AUBREY R. TAYLOR: Why are you proud to be an American? RUSTY KUCIEMBA: I am proud to be an American because I live in a country that has disagreement and debate. A country that values opportunities and innovations. A country that has given birth to many fields of thought and philosophy. A country in which the flames of lib24
erty are still burning in the hearts and minds of millions of Americans. A country that I call home.â€?
Debbie Fancher Discusses Freedom and Why She's a Proud American with Aubrey R. Taylor AUBREY R. TAYLOR: What does freedom mean to you? DEBBIE FANCHER: Freedom means being able to make the choices that I feel are best for me and my family and that line up with my biblical beliefs. I was born in Venezuela which is now a socialist country so my passion runs deep to keep policies and tactics that led to its destruction away from this country. AUBREY R. TAYLOR: Why are you proud to be an American? DEBBIE FANCHER: Iâ€™m proud to be an American because
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