The Gadsden Press

It's always the darkest just before the dawn.

We Are The Rebellion

the gadsden press

Throughout history the Gadsden Flag has been a symbol of freedom and revolution, and The Gadsden Press is no different. First founded in 2015 and launched in 2020, the Gadsden Press is inspired by liberty, rebellion, and a God who is both powerful and graceful. TGP doesn’t seek to provide one-side of the story; it believes in truth, history, and strong opinions to better the conversation and enlarge the potential vision of opportunity.

TGP understands well the origins and philosophies of the Democrat, Republican, American, and Cabal ideologies. Determined to influence civil discourse and lead the rebellion against the elites, we’ll never be silenced. We’ll never report the news or tell you what to believe. We will tell you to think for yourself and quit being a follower of the demons among us.

We’re not here to put things lightly; we’re not here to tell you what you want to hear: We’re here to push the envelope and voice what everyone wants to say, but never gets the chance to. So, the choice is simple: Rise above the rest and make your legacy mean something, or die as a follower with nothing to show for your years on this Earth. Plant your flag, raise some hell, and believe in something that is going to make a difference. We’ll be the first to tell you that it’s always the darkest just before the dawn, but we’re going to fight so that sunrise is just over the horizon. May the Gadsden Fly Forever.

Latest Posts From The Rebellion:

From The Government

Our 40th president, Ronald Reagan, with all of his faults and success, had a famous, often used quip that “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.” Unfortunately, we…

Preparing For War

Building today so there is hope for tomorrow I know. I know we’ve dropped off the face of the earth as of late. There are a lot of reasons, all of them valid, true, and honorable. I haven’t felt right…


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