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Melinda Pillsbury-Foster

Melinda Pillsbury-Foster is the founder of America Goes Home, a group that is dedicated to providing tools to enable ordinary Americans to return America to the government intended by our Founders; returning prosperity to all of us. The local affiliate is Tulare Home.

Stay tuned for the show, which will air on FreedomUnderground Radio On the show you will hear directly from the people who have made it their life's work to provide those tools. These will include ways to solve your immediate problems including producing an income, keeping your home, recovering your health, cleaning up the court system and more. You will hear from guests who go way beyond theory to producing what you need to survive and return to prosperity. You will meet heroes and victims, survivors and the leaders who will inspire you to do the impossible. There are voices from the trenches working to rebuild their own communities.

First the truth, then change that delivers the freedom for which we all ache.

Having spent a life time fighting for freedom and studying the system she began exposing the traitors to freedom in her own blog, How the NeoCons Stole Freedom, in 2004. She learned about freedom first from James Dean, her first mentor. She went on to become a very early member of the Libertarian Party. She has run for office, managed campaigns, and having identified the means being used to subvert the freedom movement, gone on to out those who have betrayed freedom.

She is columnist on the Iconoclast, the feisty paper in Texas that took on the Bush Administration in 2004.

In 2004 she wrote, GREED: The NeoConning of America in four months. GREED is a novel that uses her own experiences to explain the NeoCons. She is about to release a book titled, A Star for Christmas about James Dean and a long time family custom started through her experiences with Jimmy. She is also the mother of six children and working on a book about her grandfather, Arthur C. Pillsbury. Arthur C. Pillsbury was an early advocate for the Knowledge Commons and a proponent for freedom in his own time. For more information visit the offsite America Goes Home Radio. is a columnist for the Iconoclast in Texas and the CEO for America Goes Home.

Melinda's own website � blog is at How the NeoCons Stole Freedom.

Her personal blog is at Melinda Pillsbury-Foster.

Her other books are poetry, which is the nasty habit she rarely discusses. Her poetry blog is at Shards of Verse.

The Website for Arthur C. Pillsbury.

The Porterville Post | Off the Grid

(Aug 29 2015) - Explaining Today's Cop Violence :
Melinda Pillsbury-Foster by Post Columnist : Melinda Pillsbury-Foster
Why and How The Meaning of Words are Changed Intentionally. Remember the term, Peace Officer ?" A Peace Officer was charged with ensuring the safety of those in their community. A policeman was someone you could trust, someone who protected the rights of individuals. When did our understanding change ? A Peace Officer knew their job could entail placing themselves between potential victims of crime and the criminal. The Officer signed an oath to uphold the Constitution and was assumed to be familiar with that and other American founding documents. Today few sign such an oath ...

(Jun 06 2015) - The Plain Truth - Santa Barbara Spills :
by Post Columnist : Melinda Pillsbury-Foster
In 1968 Union Oil decided they needs a new kind of PR representative so they went into local schools to find boy scouts who would like to learn about the oil business. One young man, named David Lincoln, then fourteen, was useful to them the next year in the wake of the Santa Barbara Spill. The PR Representative, who also made an unsuccessful run for State Senate from Compton, took Dave and a few other boys up to Santa Barbara to watch the clean-up. Young Dave, who had just turned fifteen, did a series of appearances on radio shows, reading a script he shared with the show host, presenting Union Oil as a responsible company, extremely concerned about the environment.

(May 28 2015) - The Ghost of Smedley Butler :
by Post Columnist : Melinda Pillsbury-Foster
General Butler, the most decorated American military figure of the first half of the 20th Century, wrote a book about his military service titled, War is a Racket. The corporate cabal, which reportedly included a du Pont and Prescott Bush, asked him to assist in removing FDR from office in 1934, were deceived by Butler's vocal criticisms of FDR, and unfamiliar with his belief his service to his country had actually made him an enforcer for the corporations. Smedley was alive to the impropriety of using America's military might to intimidate small central and south American countries for the profit of corporations controlled by these men.

(Apr 03 2012) - anti-Christ {spirit} among us :
The anti-Christ is among us. Our survival depends on learning to recognize him -- Psychopaths, they do evil for evil's sake. Today we are witnessing the complete breakdown of our institutions. This is true in finance, banking, and government. The bald fact confronts us at the gas pump and in the supermarket. It is true in education, where we pay heavily to ensure our children learn only to find, instead, they are being propagandized and their presence in schools used to assert control over how they are raised. War has become our continual condition.

(Jun 07 2011) - Vets Coming Home to Tragedy :
On Jan. 19 an announcement from the U.S. Army, noting the sharp increase in suicide rates among National Guard and Reserve veterans. This was nothing new, it has been happening for years, but the announcement, flutter and drums will likely peter out into nothing yet again. The title of the proposed bill was given in memory of yet another lost life. Called the Sergeant Coleman Bean Reserve Component Suicide Prevention Act for Sgt. Coieman Bean, a returning serviceman who committed suicide Sept. 6, 2008, after returning from his second tour in Iraq. He was 25 the day he took his own life.

(Oct 06 2010) - A Review of "The Last Circle" :
The Octopus, Promis, and their offspring, molding the future of America -- Cheri Seymour lived the events in "The Last Circle," not usual for a journalist. Her book, which extends and provides essential elements for understanding the murder of journalist, Danny Casolaro, the author of "The Octopus," along with so many others, is frighteningly personal. Her life threatened, Seymour continued to dig for the facts after Danny was found dead in a Martinsburg, VA, hotel room on August 10, 1991. Seymour has spent over twenty years immersed in a world fractured by nightmares. Her experiences touch all of us, ripping the cover off events which, finally, reveal unsuspected connections between many events.

(Mar 08 2009) - A Hero for Today in Tulare County :
The knight in shining amour came into my life on a wintry road as the blades of snow descended on my four wheel drive Chevy truck. The truck had groaned coming up the hill from our snow bound cabin to Highway 190. The snow had been pristine, no plow had touched it, something I had grown used to. Our satellite had been out for nearly two weeks due to vandalism. Often times we associate vandalism with kids. No kids here. I was very sure about the guilty party. When it is a matter of ripping out the coaxial cables from an instillation located on a two story house that was unoccupied for only a few days during a snow storm it has to be someone local. People from 'down in the flats,' do not come up when it is storming because they get stuck in the snow up Highway 190.

(Oct 12 2008) - Americans Declare their Independence :
They had been expecting it since the unrest that rippled across America in the wake of the massive Bank Bail Out in early October. It was shorter than the one received by King George, III but this one had more signatures and was landing on the desk of every head of state. The one addressed to Buckingham Palace was one of many, neatly addressed and sent under ordinary mail and via email just to make sure they arrived. Clever of those yanks to do it like this, the Under Secretary had said. Most of the paper was names in thriftily small print. Thick.

(Sept 29 2008) - Protect yourself, your family and America :
When your drug-sodden brother starts taking out loans and expects you to pay your remedy is to run a notice in the paper under LEGAL NOTICES. We have all seen them. The time has come for all of us to do just that. Do it today. Protect yourself and let Congress, and the world, know we are not going to stand for it. Get on record. LEGAL NOTICES : We, the Undersigned, hereby notice all that we are not responsible for the debts assumed by Congress by bailing out the banks.

(Feb 06 2008) - Lessons on the Road to Liberty :
The examples of how they steal elections are now thick upon the ground. Now, the most credulous and trusting have to see that elections are easily fixed. Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and now the swath of states that comprise Super Tuesday, the number of elections stolen is mind boggling. We can still elect Ron president but elections are a problem we need to solve.

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