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Fight Back: Anthony Gucciardi Gives $1,000 to Church Targeted By Govt for Feeding Homeless

In what amounts to a concerning attack on basic human rights, we have told you about the church groups and other organizations that have been targeted and harassed by various government entities simply for feeding the homeless. And in the case of the Acts 2 Worship Center, which Storyleak’s Anthony Gucciardi has directly supported to feed even more homeless individuals in the face of opposition, the group was told that they could not even offer free meals to those in need on Thanksgiving day.

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Quite simply, this is beyond what many would consider ‘insanity’ and very much so into the dimension of Orwellian. It is for this reason that it is essential we draw attention to these matters, as we have achieved recently thanks to the support of Storyleak readers who have spread the word surrounding not only the attack on Acts 2 Worship Center’s ability to feed the homeless, but street groups like ‘Crazy Faith’ as well — a grassroots family-based group that was halted from delivering 5,000 meals a month to those in need.

In an effort to encourage others to feed those in need and support real charities that actually offer the powerful fruit of benevolence to those who need it, Storyleak’s Anthony Gucciardi has provided Acts 2 Worship Center $1,000 for the sole purpose of feeding even more homeless in the face of tyrannical attack by bureaucratic control freaks. When in doubt as to how you can support the homeless, however, always be aware that the best way to support the needy directly is to offer food, clothing, and other items (not cash) directly to them.

Here is a recent report by Anthony Gucciardi regarding the attack on church groups and others who have attempted to feed the homeless among government crackdown:

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  1. thank you anthony

  2. 13 Problems Only Libertarians Will Understand — in GIFs By Robert Taylor
    http://www.policymic.com/articles/77877/13-proble

    • Agree with almost all of those and still can't bring myself to trust RP.

      • What scares you about freedom? He is the only one that speaks the truth in the government. Here are just two examples I have.

        September 6, 1984: Ron Paul Warns of Surveillance State – Don't Ever Say We Weren't Warned.
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dkRu6BctHWk

        Ron Paul: A History – For Those Who Want To Learn More About This True American Hero!
        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9LN-CDRtCE&fe

        • I am very concerned about the growing disparity of wealth, a byproduct of the systemic pillaging of our economy. Politically, there are few attractive options – the two major parties are complicit and Paul's libertarian views on regulation would effectively amount to putting the foxes in charge of the hen house. Free markets may by self-regulating over time but it doesn't take long to raid a cookie jar.

          • The disparity is brought on my the marxists and their crony capitalist friends.

            We need more capitalist ideals to let people be rewarded by individual effort and less by who they know.

          • In his book “Capitalism and Freedom” (1962) Milton Friedman (1912-2006) advocated minimizing the role of government in a free market as a means of creating political and social freedom.

            An excerpt from an interview with Phil Donahue in 1979.

            http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RWsx1X8PV_A&fe

            Milton Friedman’s Brilliant Response To Phil Donahue’s Question About Greed

            http://www.businessinsider.com/milton-friedman-on

          • Friedman paints with rather a broad brush here and doesn't say anything I disagree with (yay, capitalism). Notice, however, that he does not advocate for no regulation whatsovever. All of government is an abridgement of freedom, the billion dollar questions are where to draw the lines.

            I think we need far less government intervention across the board; I don't believe allowing markets to be entirely self-policing would benefit the majority of the population.

          • Can you explain where Friedman diverged from the limited government model the founding father's laid out?

            And the brilliance of Friedman is that he understood the quicker more rapidly reacting private markets would always thrive more than state controlled ones. How much success do you think this country deserves?

          • Your comment has nothing to do with the self-aggrandizing topic of this article. Why are you here to derail and disturb this website> You and your posse of trolls should refrain from spewing your affluent effluent from under the bridge, Stick to growling from your funded work terminals.

            Mmm k?

          • Do you have so little to say that you now want to do it in a less noticeable story?

          • "Anthony, I applaud your generosity."

            You are hilarious!
            A disingenuous fraud.
            Anything to ingratiate yourself with the Site Admins, eh?

            I remember exactly how you work, and I know your sociopathic MO.

          • Still can't remember anything? I said much the same thing the last time he covered that charity.

            I remember exactly how the trolls work, and if you were just sociopathic in natre then you'd be a much better person IMO.

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