Grassfire Vault

The "Vault" is an archive of some of the most impactful and interesting Grassfire campaigns and initiatives. Scroll below or click here for a list of vault items.

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So God Made A Patriot (2013)

Like millions of other Americans, I was minding my own business watching the 2013 Super Bowl when a stunning ad featuring the late Paul Harvey and his iconic voice took over the entire evening... So God Made a Farmer.

It got us thinking... 

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Les Deplorables (2016)

Of all the ReStickers we have created, this one may be the best. Shortly after Hillary Clinton's statement that "you could put half of Trump's supporters into what I call a 'basket of deplorables,'" then-candidate Trump showed up at a campaign rally to the music of Les Miserables and the "song of angry men."

It was the perfect symbol of the 2016 election — the Hillary Establishment v. Trump's Deplorables. So we went to work...

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Thriving Series (2015)

What started from an email I wrote the morning after President Obama's re-election has developed into a way of thinking that found expression in series of Grassfire books and a framework for the future.

The Thriving series...

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Liberty News (2010)

In the aftermath of Obama's first election, a patriotic resistance emerged that became known as the Tea Party movement. This movement was not a political "party." Rather, this was truly a grassroots movement. As momentum built, organizations like Grassfire looked for more ways to take the message of liberty and limited government into the mainstream discussion.

Enter Liberty News...

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Trump/Revolt TV Spot (2016)

Grassfire proved to be on the leading edge of forecasting a "citizen revolt" that would elect an "outsider" to the White House in 2016. We even named Donald Trump as the most likely candidate in a book written and published in December 2015 -- when most were still not giving much credibility to his campaign.

By January, we were "all in"...

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Snipers Save Lives (2015)

When the movie "American Sniper" came under attack from Hollywood elites, we decided to take action and send a message directly to the epicenter of the entertainment industry.

A big message...

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Beck Reads "Thriving" Email (2012)

For me and millions of conservatives, the result of the 2012 presidential election was actually more shocking than 2008. It was hard for us to fathom that, after four years of Obama, the country chose to stay the course with him. 

That election night, I was actually driving back from a volleyball state tournament match (we lost) with another family, listening as the returns came in. Silence. Then, something hit me. Actually, a message I had shared with my church a year prior suddenly came flooding into my mind....

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Glenn Beck Feature (2006)

Back in 2006, Grassfire was in the midst of a massive "Stop The Invasion" grassroots campaign that involved the placement of massive billboards across the country. Today, President Trump openly uses the word "invasion" to describe the the crisis of open borders and illegal immigration. But back in 2006, using the word "invasion" was shocking even for conservatives.

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Carbon Belch Day (2006)

In 2006, it global warming extremism had reached an apex. Al Gore was running around the country with his unsubstantiated video, a Republican President was on board, and it seemed world progress would soon be haulted in favor of saving the planet.

Enter Grassfire, with our innovative and somewhat tongue-in-cheek effort to expose the lunacy called "Carbon Belch Day." It was sheer brilliance...

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