Helen’s Page: A Happy Place for Liberty-Minded People to Meet
“A lot of people after the election are feeling more isolated than ever. So I made a place for them to meet each other.”
Many of us were delighted with the news that former President Donald Trump was preparing to launch a social media platform that will allow free discussions of issues and topics of, by, and for independent conservatives.
But Trump is not the only social media innovator. Instapundit’s savvy and multi-talented wife, Dr. Helen Smith, has led the development of a “safe space” for those of us struggling in the current political environment: Welcome to Helen’s Page!
A lot of people after the election are feeling more isolated than ever. So I made a place for them to meet each other. Helen’s Page is a place where people can come to find and help other liberty-minded people across the country—from selling your undiscovered screenplay or advertising your local bakery right down to finding an accountant, electrician, or other professional who shares your love of liberty.
I believe it is imperative that the 74 million + of us who believe in equal opportunity and individual success help each other. Find products and services from people who see the world the way you do. Stop spending your money and time with businesses and people who believe in the cancel culture whenever your politics come into question.
Here’s an example of how it works. You are a libertarian/conservative with a book to sell. Come over and tell readers about it on Helen’s Page in the “Book” section. The more of us who sign up, the more exposure that book will have. Publishers of libertarian or conservative books are also welcome to post. Or maybe you just want a liberty-minded friend to have coffee with or just chat with virtually, come on Helen’s Page in the “Coffee Meetup” section and ask others who are interested to message you.
If you want to buy American, read American, and support fellow Americans, Helen’s Page must be bookmarked.
You can find essentials necessary for independent conservative success:
[Note: King Harv above is a friend of Legal Insurrection]
You are able to select books to promote or review that will not smother you in progressive piffle.
Or, if you are a Blue State refugee, you might be able to locate your Red State dream home.
(Alabama sure looks good).
Smith hosts a regular program on PJ Media, where she discusses social issues and psychology, with a particular emphasis on the problems and experiences of men. In 2014, Smith wrote Men on Strike: Why Men Are Boycotting Marriage, Fatherhood, and the American Dream – and Why It Matters, which is featured on her page and discussed in this video:
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Leslie, thanks for the comment about Alabama. IMO, we’re possibly the most underestimated state in the Union. We enjoy our history and SEC sports, especially football, but we got over the War Between The States long ago and we have much fun with the Auburn/Alabama sports rivalry.
Contrary to popular misbelief, we retain our teeth just as much as everybody else, we have indoor plumbing, and we wear shoes all year long.
Yes indeed. When I left Alabama to attend an out of College it was pretty funny how many folks were surprised that someone from Bama could string sentences together. It was as if they expected everyone from Bama to look and behave like an extra in Deliverance.
Glad to say I moved back to Bama this January from El Paso TX.
TY Leslie… I certainly appreciate and trust your recommendation..
So this website is for commerce, not chat. Got it.
I applaud the innovation, but before I endorse it whole-heartedly, I’d like to know how they intend to keep the non-deplorable riff-raff out.
I thought unwoke.hr was a terrific idea, then I saw how easily it was vandalized and destroyed. I think it took less than 48 hours.
I thought Parler was a proven winner until some commie scraped its entire contents and gave them away to be used in “cancel me / doxx me” lists.
The Internet needs the cyber-equivalent of an electrified fence. Until that happens, I’m not optimistic about being free enough to be left alone there.
I got a response from Helen. She expects vandals to be deterred by their extra-strenuous terms of service. So where she needs an electrified fence for security, she decided to settle for an extra large cardboard “gun-free zone” sign on the door. Sigh.