About LL1885 Blog
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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