We think of the McCarthy Era in American politics as one of oppression, paranoia, and unfounded witch hunts that ruined lives and destroyed careers.
Sam Martin is the Creative Director at Free the People. Sam has over a decade of experience in cinematic storytelling, acting, and production. He has produced everything from full-length and mini-documentaries to presidential campaign ads, short films, commercials, scripted web series, music videos, and online promotional content. Sam directed Free the People’s How to Love Your Enemy, a full-length documentary about restorative justice which has garnered numerous awards at film festivals across the country.
Sam also hosts three series at Free the People: Freedom Over Fear, Cult of Wokeness, and Liberty Beats which have together accumulated hundreds of thousands of views on social media.
Sam completed Stella Adler Art of Acting Studio’s two-year professional conservatory program, studied at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center, and received his B.A. in Theatre Arts from Westmont College. Sam is an enterprising problem-solver, dynamic Creative, and principled communicator; passionate about spreading the ideas of liberty in fresh and innovative ways.
Over the past few years, there’s been a radical shift in the way people talk about sex and gender in America.
Mahsa Amini’s death sparked a wave of protests that are being described as a Berlin Wall moment for Iran.
December 5th marks the anniversary of the end of Prohibition.
China has erupted in protest after an apartment fire in the city of Urumqi killed 10 people and injured 9 others. Residents were unable to escape due to the continuing quarantines imposed by the Chinese government.
Like so many government policies, the Patriot Act is a shell game, promising to protect us from enemies abroad but instead being turned inward to persecute American citizens.
Sam Martin traces the recent trend of fat celebration back to universities and the relatively new branch of critical theory called fatness studies.
Eric Flannery, owner of The Big Board in Washington, DC, has reopened his doors and is finally getting his day in federal court to challenge the unconstitutional closure of his bar/restaurant during the pandemic lockdowns.
We’re seeing a shift from framing disability as a condition, to framing disability as an in-vogue identity.
After more than two years of suffering through the COVID-19 pandemic, brutal lockdowns, riots, and shortages, the American economy is now collapsing.