I was raised in Las Vegas, NV for a very long time and moved to Illinois my sophomore year of high school. I've worked as an EMT and currently work in insurance. I've always been interested in politics and I avidly fight for gun rights in Illinois.
I'm a single mother, to my beautiful daughter Liberty, who was born on December 26 of 2013. My two grandfathers were both in the military. One in the Air Force, he retired after 20 years as a master sargeant. Afterwards, he worked in the Pentagon for 20 years in the Chief of Staff's office, then later went on to run for South Carolina Senate. My other grandpa was in the army during the Korean War and was a weapons expert. He still continues to shoot guns and drive a semi across America. I was once a conservative but have now found that my ideals have progressed to Voluntaryism. Seems as if that's how the natural progression of a free minded person works. You go from advocating the state (neocon), to advocating less of the state (libertarian/minarchist), to advocating no state (Voluntaryism). Why? Because the state is not voluntary. It uses force and coercion to create profit for the government and the people that run it.