Do you know the objective definition of the word ‘Republican’ as it appears in classical antiquity, modern world history, political theory and Article IV Sec. 4 of the US Constitution? (Answer: Yes, No, Somewhat)
No answer yet
What Freedoms do you cherish most in our Republic?
No answer yet
What/who do you think are the immediate threats to these Freedoms?
The federal reserve, the federal government
(Optional) What can we do to engage Indie Voters in NY?
Welcome to NYCIR, the best indie scene in Manhattan for liberty-minded New Yorkers!
Eat, drink and fellowship with NY'ers who value their inalienable right to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. Our ‘indie’ label suits all who wish to promote their freedom in a voice that's distinct from the big franchise GOP types.
Tired of being defamed by the Left and misrepresented by the Right? Interested in becoming a better communicator, marketer and agent for Liberty?
Then join our growing eclectic coalition of Ex-Liberals, Free Marketeers, Free Thinkers, Constitutionalists, grassroot strategists and upstarts whose vision of Liberty and Republicanism coincides with Enlightenment Thinkers such as John Locke, Edmund Burke, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Bastiat and Alexis de Tocqueville.
Our Meetups will educate, encourage and embolden you to take the next step in reclaiming your inalienable rights.
Rediscover the timeless principles that inspired the Declaration of Independence and Constitution; recognize what it means to be a smart advocate of 'Res Publica' and 'Res Privatae'; celebrate the triumphs of capitalism and individual enterprise; challenge the Totalitarian Left's fraudulent, regressive reasoning for a tax driven Entitlement State.
You'll have the opportunity to grow your social and professional network, and foster your activism in local and state politics. Our events are headquartered in various convenient locations in midtown.
First time attendees will receive a copy of the Declaration of Independence and Constitution.
“Where an excess of power prevails, property of no sort is duly respected. No man is safe in his opinions, his person, his faculties, or his possessions." ~ James Madison Author, US Constitution & Bill of Rights Original (Indie) Republican