The 3rd annual Liberty Inspiration Award

December 23rd, 2012 is hosting their 3rd annual Liberty Inspiration Award given yearly to 5 people who showed positive effort and energy throughout the year in spreading the message of liberty. Nominees should inspire others to step up, do something that helped to bring people together, or enlighten others by growing the liberty movement in some manner by taking on a leadership role of some sort or by creating a new platform for inspiration — whether it be media, news, music, or just speaking out in some way that may have brought about positive change. You can send your nominations to including a short blurb why you think they should receive this award.

I submitted the following nominations to Liberty Candidates Liberty Inspirations Award.

Ben Stone

Ben Stone is the host of the Bad Quaker podcast at which is a spontaneous weave of secret history, Biblical scholarship and anarcho-capitalist philosophy.Ben would say that it’s not a liberty movement, liberty is our mission. When I discovered his show I thought I was a pretty principled guy, but he dragged me, kicking and screaming at times, to the anxiety laden depths of complete liberty. In the last year his success has exploded, evidenced by the expansion of his website, including an active forum and members only sections, and that he is one of the keynote speakers at the 2013 New Hampshire Liberty Forum.

Will Coley

Will Coley is the founder and director of Muslims 4 Liberty at which is an organization primarily of American Muslims who are committed to advancing the cause of liberty from an Islamic perspective. They push libertarian, constitutionalist and voluntaryist ideas in the Muslim community, and do outreach to other Tea Party groups. Will is a long time activist in the Tea Party movement and strives to hold it to its libertarian roots, and resist efforts to hijack it by war mongers. In the last year Muslims 4 Liberty has moved from a small Facebook group to a national organization with chapters around the country. They’ve achieved national media attention, and launched their own silver dirham.

Meg McLain

Meg McLain is a super activist. Earlier this year she won the Silver Circle Zoe Taylor Award for Courage, Principle and Virtue in Female Liberty Activism. She makes national headlines everywhere she goes. Protesting the TSA, the Thomas Jefferson Dance Party, Lemonade Liberation day and “Chalk the Police” to name a few. She’s been interviewed about liberty issues on RT, Fox news and others. And as a graphic designer she is one of the few public full-time Agorists.

Congratulations to all of them.

And be sure to visit to learn more about our upcoming 3D animated film. Also, the Silver Circle graphic novel is available now at the following hyperlinks in full color and black and white.


About the Author: Davi Barker

In grade school Davi refused to recite the pledge of allegiance because he didn't understand what it meant. He was ordered to do as he was told. In college he spent hours scouring through the congressional record trying to understand this strange machine. That's where he discovered Dr. Ron Paul. In 2007 he joined the End The Fed movement and found a political home with the libertarians. The Declaration of Independence claims that the government derives its power “from the consent of the governed." He does not consent.