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Patriot Come Lately talk radio - Episode 117

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This week a special interview with the founder of a group of young people who see the dangers of the direction of the current Congress (both D & R).

SOS Liberty is a student-led group of high school and university students who are concerned about our generation’s future.  With members across the USA, our mission is to educate our fellow Americans about the dangers of our nation’s spiraling debt and deficits.   As we make our voices heard, we seek to WAKE UP our fellow citizens to the GENERATIONAL THEFT that is taking place!  Each high school student today is inheriting an average debt of $870,000 which is grossly unfair considering that most high schoolers cannot even vote yet.  SOS Liberty believes older generations are essentially stealing our future and we’re not too happy about it.  We understand that politicians often have good intentions, however we believe that good intentions do not always translate into good public policy.  Our movement hopes to mobilize both younger and older generations to support sound fiscal policies before it’s too late.
SOS Liberty sends student speakers throughout the Midwest delivering speeches, videos and PowerPoint presentations followed by a question and answer period.  We have spoken to many community organizations, schools, and youth groups and have received rave reviews from our audiences.  We have appeared on local radio, TV and numerous podcasts.  Our student activism has received coverage by NBC News, Illinois Review, Breitbart.com and the Dallas Morning News.  We have received endorsements from members of Congress, and we broadcast several weekly radio shows to a nationwide audience.
Our student group does not adhere to rigid party lines but rather represents ideals that can be accepted regardless of where one stands on the political spectrum. 

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