Times in America have been worse, much worse. We still have much to be thankful for and the tradition of giving thanks goes back to the founding of our country. Published 8:57 a.m. November 21, 2012 - Comments
Al Maurer is a former military officer, an assistant professor of political science, and a technologist. While technology is his business, politics is his passion. Involved in the Tea Party movement since the beginning, he is helping to grow the ...Read More
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Al Maurer is a former military officer, an assistant professor of political science, and a technologist. While technology is his business, politics is his passion. Involved in the Tea Party movement since the beginning, he is helping to grow the alternative media online by writing, blogging, and editing at The Voice of Liberty (http://thevoiceofliberty.us). His perspective is generally libertarian and socially conservative, in the tradition of the Founders.
He has lived in Washington D.C. and around the world but he has found a home in Colorado where he lives with his wife and two cats.