For a long time, I was an armchair whiner. Watching our government continue to take away our liberties and trash our Constitution convinced me that it was time to make myself heard. Thus, the Unconventional Conservative was born.

I love what I do, but it takes a lot of time and research and is not a paid job. If you could find it in your heart to send either a small donation or to share my page with your friends, either one, it would be appreciated greatly. You’ll find a tab for donations on the navigation bar. And hey, if you’re willing to give me a job, even better!

4 Responses to About

  1. Thank you! I am still new at this, so it means a lot to be complimented on my skill.

  2. Barry Klein says:

    Dear Ms. Davidson:
    I have many years experience as an activist promoting a small government agenda, primarily working on local issues. In that time I have created several strategies which require little money or volunteer time but bring a high prospect of success. The central premise is that the freedom movement needs victories….victories involving policy change.

    Since the US has 30,000 cities and 3,000 counties, and most are small population jurisdictions, mere handfuls of activists can be quickly effective in most settings. And each victory can bring small government activists closer to policy minded individuals in their areas who are not primarily motivated by a hunger for liberty but would open relationships in which attitudes can be changed.

    Fortunately at the local level victories are quite possible if one works only on issues, eschewing candidate races, and strategically selects the timing to work an issue, such as when scandals hits the media. I would be pleased to send you information about these strategies, which revolve around coalition building, election day petition drives, amending city charters, and acquiring conservative voter email addresses to create Voter Blocs.

    Please let me know if you are interested.

    Barry Klein
    Pres./ Houston Property Rights Association

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