Introducing, the Classy Libertarian

Do the clothes make the man? Or does the man make the clothes? We at the Classy Libertarian believe that at the heart of every man should be a dedication to Servant Leadership. Serving others while leading yourself and your community has been the hallmark of the male identity for centuries, yet it seems to be lost in our culture today. Stories of brave men rescuing their loved ones have faded, often being replaced by a sense of pride at the expense of respect for women.

For the sake, and in the name, of the future of our great Nation, gentlemen like us can, and will, put the ‘class’ back into ‘classical liberal.’ –Jon Plante, Brand Ambassador

At their core, Libertarians are some of the kindest people you will ever meet. Vehemently they will defend your liberties and the right to live the way you want to live, provided that we are not hurting anybody. I’ve found that most people come to be a Libertarian in their later years after humbly recognizing that they don’t really know as much as they think they know. Unfortunately, coming to this realization takes time and patience and cannot be forced. Our organization stands to guide Libertarians in developing their identity through honest personal inquiry and self-reflection while offering a base for their personal brand to grow.

“Our American republic is defined by the activity of its citizens. The Classy Libertarian is a fellowship of men, that by knowing their own worth, act so to make our republic more worthy of praise. If you have goodness to offer, join this fellowship and help us define our American republic.” –Samuel Mariscal, Brand Ambassador

Anyone can put on a suit and drink champagne and think they are classy because they look the part, but without real compassion, we are merely hollow illusions. Conversely, naked people have little to no influence in our society, and to make liberty win we must be dressed accordingly.

“We can only Make Liberty Win if we Make Liberty Respectable. The Classy Libertarian will accept nothing less than accomplishing this paradigm shift. Are you in?” –Sean Themea, Brand Ambassador

The Classy Libertarian is first and foremost a political fraternal organization of men who’ve devoted their lives to defending the United States Constitution. Our publication is a representation of our identity but does not stop there. In our digital era, identity is ubiquitous, and for that reason, all of our members pledge to strive to uphold the values of our organization in everything that they do.

“I love The Classy Libertarian because it inspires the next generation of great men to come together and be apart of something greater than ourselves. Anyone who loves liberty and wants to better themselves and their community should join The Classy Libertarian!” –Michael Huling, Brand Ambassador

As Brand Ambassadors our members are bound together by our commitment to servant leadership, emboldening one another to let their individuality shine in public settings. This means setting a proper foundation in love and fraternity. Being a servant leader is about denying the self and not attempting to dominate others in the Nietzschean fashion. Instead, we advocate broadening the scope of your self-interest from the individual to the community with yourself as a member thereof. Servant Leaders are those who recognize that we are stronger together, self-sacrificing as others self-sacrifice for us.

“I like the concept of The Classy Libertarian because it helps paint a clear picture of and clears up misconceptions about a political ideology that gets very little, if any, representation in the political sphere.” –Max Winters, Brand Ambassador

Here our publication offers reporting on current events from around the world, analysis from a libertarian perspective, and lifestyle content to enrich and develop our fraternity. While other identity groups pursue their tyrannical interests, Classy Libertarians as Servant Leaders stand to safeguard the right to be who you want to be, bringing light to the darkness and love to heal the hate.


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