You may know Anita MonCrief as the ACORN whistleblower, but she’s also a free market warrior who does community organizing the right way. She stops by to talk to Teri about the continuing struggles in Flint, MI, and what she’s doing to bring some much-needed Christmas cheer to the community.

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  1. Profile photo of connorfamilyr1 Coolidge

    Great information in this podcast. Just insane that the people of Flint have to suffer like this. I haven’t heard very much about the crisis since the campaigns ended.

    I can’t believe the EPA has not been held more responsible for this.

    So grateful there are strong leaders like Anita MonCrief empowering these communities, thank you for all the work you do!

    Really enjoyed learning about Solutions Institute.

    I always think the strength of conservatism stems the encouragement of local solutions from community leaders. The more conservatives can spread this idea of civic responsibility and participation, the stronger our communities will become!

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    • December 16, 2016 at 5:58 am
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    connorfamilyr1

    I always think the strength of conservatism stems the encouragement of local solutions from community leaders. The more conservatives can spread this idea of civic responsibility and participation, the stronger our communities will become!

    YES, YES, YES!! It’s a blessing to our side to have folks like Anita on the ground, raising an army of activists ready to take back their communities.

    And it is enraging to see how the government — at all levels — isn’t willing to take responsibility for what has happened to the people of Flint.

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    • December 16, 2016 at 7:37 am
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