Liberation Day
Restoring freedom in the United States
The Liberation Day Movement
Our goal is to restore freedom for the people of America and their states by limiting the federal government according to the Constitution.
Why do we need a Liberation Day
in the United States right now?
We are heading towards $64 trillion of debt in less than 15 years
Our federal government has over $20 trillion of debt right now and at recent growth rates we will hit $64 trillion within the next 15 years. Without the drastic action that Liberation Day would provide we will soon see a default on our debt or hyperinflation.
Our unconstitutional government is illegal
Every unconstitutional action that the federal government does is illegal. It undermines the power of government since government is not following its own law. Morally, the Constitution must be followed and Liberation Day helps us get on a constitutional path in a single day.
Millions of babies are being murdered

In the plan a president must sign an executive order that immediately negates the effects of the Roe v. Wade decision. The people and the states will be empowered, as the Constitution demands, to illegalize, legalize, or regulate abortion as they see fit.
Our economy is being strangled

Regulations on "interstate commerce" are rampant, as is the regulatory state, where bureaucrats write law rather than the only people constitutionally allowed to write them: Senators and Representatives. Liberation Day immediately ends all interstate commerce regulations.
Our education system is struggling to keep up with other advanced nations
Liberation Day gets rid of the federal department of Education (and other departments as well). Every state has thier own department of education, so we need to free the people and the states to educate as they see fit. Education is not a power given to the federal government in the Constitution.
We are in undeclared wars

Liberation Day immediately ends all undeclared wars, brings the troops home, and closes every U.S. military base on foreign soil unless it is part of a declared war. Undeclared war and permanent foreign bases are unconstitutional.
Who is Eric Martin?
Christian, Libertarian, Constitutionalist
Eric Martin knows that the best government is that which governs least. A libertarian and a follower of Jesus, he campaigned on a less government platform when he ran for the United States House of Representatives in the 2012 Republican primary. Bloomberg Businessweek included him that year in "The Ron Paul Effect," and in 2015 he made national headlines by winning first place in's Insider competition. He lives in York, Pennsylvania with his beautiful wife, Melody, and their three wonderful daughters.
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