Three Ways To Help Liberty And Prosperity This Giving Tuesday

Above Image:  21 Year Old Benjamin Franklin Forms The Junto (Leather Apron) Club in Philadelphia in 1727. It proved that ordinary Americans did extraordinary things when they had open and honest conversations and learned from each other. This is why we have breakfast discussions every Saturday at Sal’s in Somers Point, NJ before making decisions.

Liberty And Prosperity 1776, Inc. of Somers Point, NJ has been recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3) charity since 2003.  Donations to us are tax deductible.  We can receive gifts from charitable trusts.

As a tax-exempt charity, we cannot take sides in elections to support or oppose any candidate. However, we do explain which issues are important, and where candidates stand on them.

We identify the most important issues at open breakfast discussions every Saturday morning. We then discuss and suggest solutions. We apply common sense (“Yankee ingenuity”), Judeo-Christian values, and American principles of liberty and limited constitutional government.  This American tradition began when Benjamin Franklin formed the Junto (Leather Apron) Club in Philadelphia in 1727.  High priced consultants today use “focus groups” to do what we do on our own.

When we reach a consensus, we share our views with as many people as we can. We send emails like this. We post our views on our website, Facebook, and Twitter. We sponsor radio programs on WOND 1400AM, WPGTalkRadio 95.5FM and WVLT 92.1FM in South Jersey.  We print and distribute postcards and sponsor special events and projects.

Every July 4, we remind people of the “self-evident” truths that created America. Every September 4, we remember local hero Richard Somers and explain how and why he fought and died that day during America’s first war against Islamic aggression in 804.  We sponsor seminars and advise ordinary citizens on how to be effective and winning candidates for public office.

This year, we supplied information that helped many community leaders and groups raise awareness and opposition to ocean wind turbines. We also created our Teaching Calendar on South Jersey history.

We spend roughly $2,500 each month to do this. On Giving Tuesday, November 28, please help us in these three ways:

1. If you haven’t done so already, please make a financial contribution. Please become a $30 supporting member or make a tax-deductible gift of any amount. Please click this link to the “Donate” tab of our website. Or send a check payable to “Liberty and Prosperity” to our office at 453 Shore Road, Somers Point, NJ    Please contact us at or leave a voicemail for Seth Grossman at (609) 927-7333 for more details.

2. Please visit our website at least twice each week. Please read the new posts on the home page. Please also use the Search Bar for older posts on specific topics. Or use these links to scroll down for older Guest Posts or posts by Seth Grossman. If you like a post, please use the Facebook or X (Twitter) icon at the bottom to share it with your friends or followers. If you don’t, please let us know!

3. Please help us distribute our 2024 Teaching Calendar between now and Christmas. Please give them to friends and family. Please also help us have them displayed and distributed at your local school, library, historical society, church, synagogue or community organization.


Seth Grossman, Executive Director.

  • Mr Seth Grossman

    Atlantic City, NJ Attorney since 1975. Executive Director of Liberty and Prosperity since 2003. GOP Candidate for Congress, NJ State 2021, 2018. Adjunct Professor of Government & History at Atlantic Cape Community College 2010-2017. Contact (609) 927-7333

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