KC-area Brothers' Activist Organization Spreads to Forty States

Bill of Rights watchdog site Loyal9.org has spread to its fortieth state in just two months. The organization, started in part by Blue Springs High grads Luke and Josh Jackson, catches Constitution-violating language buried in US legislation and then mobilizes its members to act in seconds.

"The feedback has been amazing," says Luke. "We have heard back from those who have joined with us, 'I have never felt so empowered in my life,' and '3 letters to 3 dudes in 3 minutes 2 cool.'"

Adds Josh, "Too often, before, we didn't know how politicians voted beyond their flag-and-eagle covered campaign postcard that tells us they 'voted for a strong America,' but we now find out that really means they voted to lock up US citizens without lawyers, or to put trackers in new cars, or create a national ID, all recent legislation."

Truly grassroots, Loyal9.org accepts no advertising, accepts no grants, and promises to never sell member information. After the first month, they do invite people who love the site to contribute three dollars for its continued operation.

Loyal 9 invites all people worried about the direction of our country to take two minutes to check out its empowering, time-saving solution. If you love it, join with us and spread the word.

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