Tisha Casida is a Native Coloradan who believes in individual sovereignty, protecting property rights, and holding the federal government accountable to the Constitution of the United States of America.
She has worked for eight years as an entrepreneur engaging in creating wealth by educating people through marketing, advertising, and promotions. She is a stanch advocate for food and medicine freedom. That's Natural! is dedicated to marketing, promoting, and enlightening our communities about free markets' role in sustainability. Rebellion is dedicated to fostering the next generation of political thinkers and leaders.
She is a former Independent candidate for Colorado's Congressional District Three, and a firm believer protecting individuals, farmers, and small business owners by making sure that important decisions affecting them can be made at the State and local level of government where the actions of government are more transparent and "officials" are easier to hold accountable.
She advocates for Americans to be liberty-curious and have sound and peaceful discussions about liberty, constitutional government, and sound currency.
By Susan Fries “For children, nature comes in many forms. Unlike television, nature does not steal time; it amplifies it. It (nature) serves as a blank slate upon which a child draws and reinterprets the culture’s fantasies.” This begins Richard Louv’s appeal in “Last Child in the Woods” […]
Blue Star Recyclers, LLC is a locally owned and operated electronics recycling business located in El Paso County. The company is owned by Tony and Mary Fagnant, who also own and operate Qualtek Manufacturing in Colorado Springs http://www.qualtekmfg.com. Qualtek is a 50-year old Colorado Springs based specialty metals […]
By: Brian Fritz The first training for Transition Town in the United States took place in Boulder, Colorado, in September 2008. Since then there have been multiple Transition Town Initiatives emerging throughout the country, with 15 of those in Colorado alone. The Transition Town Initiative was developed in […]