By Justin Krebs
- looking at MSNBC rather than Fox News
- Powering a pc with a solar–power–generating backpack
- donning the flag with pride
- innovative monetary investmen
- the place and the way to discover a like-minded mate
- aiding liberal businesses
- Embracing a political dialog with a relative instead of keeping off it
- Bringing self sufficient movies to the neighborhood motion picture theater
- begin a consuming Liberally bankruptcy and take a look at many of the group’s signature drinks
- notice how television-watching conduct form the media landscape
Justin Krebs explains that being liberal, or revolutionary, isn’t just a political act—it’s a way of life that’s suited for our altering America.
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Extra resources for 538 Ways to Live, Work, and Play Like a Liberal
When we started we said we were a group for young people looking to socialize around progressive politics. When the Pittsburgh chapter sent us a group photo and we saw six beefy, gray-bearded men at a table, we knew we shouldn’t think of ourselves as a young persons’ club anymore. We’ve become intergenerational. In many of the smaller towns and redder states, the hosts are middle-aged or older, people who have fought liberal battles for decades but often felt alone. Drinking Liberally helps them find their community.
I do look forward to hearing from you about what you know best—because I know there are incredible examples of the liberal life in all fifty states. So where you see those gaps, do the most liberal thing you can: share your knowledge. Share it with me, share it with other friends, share it with whomever you give the book to next. This would be a dull conversation if I were the only person who had anything to say. So Let’s Get Started . . But before we do, I want to share one other pretty good definition of liberal floating around (but if I’d written it first, you would have ignored mine).
You need to know their names and what’s going on in their lives. So, say hello for a healthier life. Look around: who are the people in your neighborhood, the people who you meet as you’re walking down the street? Do you even walk down the street? Or do you depart from an attached garage in a car with windows closed, AC on, and Neighbor Radar turned off? Do you see your neighbors and wave, or has the high fence between your homes successfully hidden you from all contact? My mother recalls growing up in an old neighborhood in East New York, an area of Brooklyn that, at the time, had a large Jewish population.