What we're about
Welcome to NYCIR, the best indie scene in Manhattan for liberty-minded New Yorkers!
Tired of bowing down to identity politics, PC bullies and statists on the Left? Don't fit in Big Party types and factions on the Right? Need a community that will foster your love and hope for liberty?
Then join our friendly coalition of Classical Liberals, Constitutionalists and grassroots strategists whose definition of Natural Rights, Republicanism and Limited Government coincides with Enlightenment Thinkers such as John Locke, James Madison, Bastiat and Alexis de Tocqueville.
NYCIR rescues the word 'Republican' from the circus of Big Party politics and restores it to its timeless form as it was defined by revolutionaries and nation founders throughout history.
The name of our group is an acknowledgement of Article IV Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution and its classical roots in the Greco-Roman political theory of ‘Res Publica’ and ‘Res Privatae’ (The framework that recognizes the individual in relation to the public and the state.)
“The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion;...”
We'll help you put a torch to
straw man arguments for collectivism. Challenge the Left's false narratives and moral projections. Liberate hearts and minds from the spell of statism.
Our other series of well-researched talks will give you a solid understanding of the US Constitution and consequential subjects ranging from economics to foreign policy.
Let us embolden you to create a world where self-determination, individual property rights and freedom is respected.
Join us as we endeavor to institute liberty for this and future generations.
You'll get the chance to grow your social and professional network. Our events are conveniently headquartered in various midtown locations in Manhattan.
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."
Author, US Constitution & Bill of Rights
Original (Indie) Republican