About LL1885 Blog

About LL1885:

Why the “1885”?  Learn some “Lady” history.

A.P. Dillon was a Co-Founder and Managing Editor of American Lens from late 2016 through the end of 2017. She is the founder of the popular North Carolina-based blog, LadyLiberty1885.com. Currently, she’s reporting at North State Journal.

A.P. Dillon has been a contributor at IJ Review, DaTechGuy Blog, Civitas Institute, and The Heartland Institute. Her writing has been cited by Conservative Review, The Daily Caller, PJ Media, The Blaze, Michelle Malkin, Twitchy, Truth In American Education, Breitbart, and FOX news. She has been a leading voice of Common Core opposition in North Carolina since 2011.

Mrs. Dillon can be found most days on Twitter – @APDillon_

Tips & ​encrypted correspondance – APDillon@protonmail.com

A.P. Dillon’s Professional Service Offerings
A.P. Dillon is available for speaking engagements on a number of topics and offers free-lance articles and also offers political research and consulting services. Contact her directly for details and pricing: TheLL1885@gmail.com

About Liberty Speaks:

In the summer of 2010, Glenn Beck issued the 40-day challenge to his audience. Stand up, make a difference be BOLD and speak the truth. That is when I made my decision to begin Liberty Speaks and to have an individual voice in the game. I am a married, self-described “Conservatarian” woman with a tenacity for finding the truth. A great debate will inspire but it’s not for the faint of heart. Come and join me.

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39 Responses to About LL1885 Blog

  1. lfox328 says:

    Thanks for the idea about the Reading List – I’m going to set up on of them on my blog.


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  4. Darlene says:

    Very glad I stumbled on to this page. I want to help in any way I can making sure we don’t just get a re-brand of Common Core in NC. Please email me as events approach where I can be of help.


  5. mrbubba1961 says:

    Hey Lady, there was an article in the Charlotte Observer concerning some 35,000 people who may have come into this state (NC) to vote in the 2012 election and who had already voted in another state in that same election:


    I wrote a certified letter to Kim Strach, Democrat, requesting demographics only on these people – like party affiliation, race, etc. – only to be told by her publicity officer that since the cases are all being “investigated” they would NOT give me the information. To date, they still have not given me the information.

    Something tells me these Democrats have something to HIDE.

    You got any ideas, short of filing suit against her?

    Please advise.


  6. Reclaim says:

    Lady Liberty could you post our Kay Hagan Video


  7. Patrick says:

    Great Blog. Adding you to the blogroll.


  8. It’s MORON MONDAY, not Moral Monday…..


  9. Jason Gentile says:

    I was banned from commenting or liking anything on your Facebook page for what you seemed to believe was trolling. I never troll and was genuinely expressing what I believe on the issue of Islam and its portrayal. If you disagree with me, that’s fine and you have every right to ask me kindly not to be disrespectful if that’s how you perceive logical debate. But banning me from the page when I did nothing wrong is very unprofessional of you. Despite your best attempts to make me look bad (deleting the argument and dismissing it as trolling), I was one of your regular readers until now. It’s unfortunate and, in my opinion, unprofessional that you chose to handle this in such a way.

    Farewell for now.


  10. Jason says:

    Excellent blog, Lady! I’m glad I stumbled across this!


  11. Jack says:

    Love you blog on Andrew, keep up the good fight!


  12. emma says:

    I stumbled upon your site (as I do most everything interesting in life!) by sheer happenstance (I left a comment about your HILARIOUS photo of the couture-challenged First Lady) and am glad to make your cyber-acquaintance. As for the lefties who have (bless their hearts) not only drunk, but GULPED the PC Kool-Aid, y’all need to re-read the tale of The Emperor’s New Clothes. It takes a brave, clear-headed, common-sensical person (like you, LL) to speak up and tell the truth as (s)he sees it! Brava!


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  14. Kelli says:

    My heart breaks when there is no desire to connect with people who think differently – just a desire to demonize. Why does conservatism mean that you have to speak your “truth” with such venom? May God bless and keep your soul. Respectfully submitted. Kelli


    • Conservatism doesn’t mean speaking the truth with “venom”, that is something you assigned to it. Facts and the truth often are confused for being demonizing by those who resent hearing them. The Left has made it clear they do not wish to connect at all, but instead to dictate. What you see here in this blog is a refusal to take it anymore.

      Respectfully, take your politically correct attempt to shame me elsewhere.


      • LuAnne says:

        Wouldn’t it be a truth, actually, to say that demonization happens when something is said that ISN’T true? Hence, there was no demonization on this blog. Merely truths that need to be iterated and reiterated.


  15. D . Cotton says:

    May God have mercy on your soul if even he can find it! Your diatribe of lies about the President is sickening and filled with untruths. You are part of the problem in this country!


  16. I’ll be adding you to my blog roll. Should I list you under moms, or the nonmoms? (The only reason I segregate is to try to encourage folks to click over to blog buds. When the list is one huge unbroken wall, I reckon, what are the chances they are going to pick you within it?)



  17. Dick Barr says:

    Thanks for the mention Lady Liberty!

    Love like minded conservatism.

    Take care and good luck!
    -Dick Barr


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