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Once Steven Andrew saw Facebook block millions of people from getting his posts, he decided to use his Silicon Valley Internet leadership skills and start a new social network that allows users to speak freely about life, liberty and happiness. The new site, USA.Life, is pro-American.

USA.Life is the answer to Facebook and Twitter censoring Christians, conservatives and liberty.

Millions of conservative messages censored

Andrew believes Facebook lied to Congress about being “a platform for all ideas,” since they restrict Christians and conservatives. “Facebook blocks 99% of my reach, which means 5 million people are missing per month from my account alone,” he said.

USA.Life is needed now, because “Big Tech censorship affects people’s finances, lives and relationships; what they are doing is unAmerican,” Andrew said.

Crowdfunding campaign to launch

Andrew set up a crowdfunding page to fund and launch the project, and he provides an assessment of risks and answers frequently asked questions. The campaign has already exceeded $200,000.

“Freedom and privacy could be lost forever without USA.Life. However, we can save the Internet if 58,000 people give $10, or if 5,800 supporters donate $100. If people want liberty, they need USA.Life,” Andrew said.

New members are joining every day by signing up for a free account. Users get access to preferred usernames and project updates by joining now.

Andrew shows the distribution of the funds in a financial chart

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5 star reviews

“People are excited and give 5 star reviews,” Andrew said.

The many positive comments include:

  • Jennifer in Concord, California: “Will give us freedom and privacy. We need it.”
  • Arthur in Kimberly, Idaho: “Will save America.”

USA.Life is for all who love America.

“Most of the enthusiasm comes from Christians, conservatives, families, pro-lifers, pastors, homeschoolers, constitutionalists and traditional marriage supporters, who have been Big Tech’s target for massive blocking. People across the world are joining,” he said.

Andrew is also building a search engine, 1776Free.com. He calls it “America’s new search engine,” and he is working to provide better results than Google. Users will get life-changing Christian and conservative sites and real news that has been hidden. Many conservative blogs and sites will see a significant traffic increase, without Google’s censorship, he said.

Thank you gifts

Special rewards are given to supporters:

  • $10: Gives you a keepsake American Hero postcard, for saving the Internet.
  • $25: Lists your name in the credits section of the computer code and gives you a keepsake PDF you can print and frame. Plus the American Hero postcard.
  • $100: Provides you with a one year pro-version of both USA.Life and 1776Free and a collector’s T-Shirt. Plus all other rewards.

Your name, loved one or business will be on the founders wall, permanent on both USA.Life and 1776Free.com, for giving $1,000 to $10,000. And you get all the other rewards.

Naming rights are available. Your name or business will be displayed on every page of both USA.Life and 1776Free.com permanently in a special credits section, for giving $100,000 or more. You also get the other rewards.

Andrew hears from people who understand the importance of the new sites.

“A lady was very happy to give $10 to save freedom. And a patriotic veteran said if he was a millionaire he would give a million dollars. He gave $1,000. Every gift, small or large, that people are giving today will make a difference,” Andrew said.

Andrew passionately believes, as did the Founders, that liberty is granted by God. In addition to being a Christian leader, he has extensive business and technical leadership experience with Fortune 500 companies and start ups, including Cisco, Stanford, Sega and Better Homes and Gardens, where he has successfully led and provided strategy for multi-million dollar initiatives.

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For full reward descriptions, see the USA.Life crowdfunding page.

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