Our Founder is Milton L. Jefferson, owner of “The Blade” a blog on law and the constitution. Milton bring 8 years of legal knowledge and a background of consistently standing for freedom and the principles of the constitution. He maintains that he is a classic liberal like John Locke, John Milton, and Thomas Jefferson. He is not a PROGRESSIVE and hates the fact that liberal ideology has been hi jacked by the progressive movement , to the point he cringes when hearing the word progressive.
One of TARTs Co-Founders is Michael Stone, owner of “Aspiring to Inspire” a blog on inspiring others by bringing others to see the best in themselves. Michael has accumulated many inspirational experiences during his time working as a graphic designer in the private sector. He has since went back to school furthering his knowledge and sharpening his skills to become an expert entrepreneur and marketeer. Michael has worked hand in hand with many government organizations and charities that seek to further the number of successes being accomplished by Americans with Disabilities. Michael has stated many times that the path to a better America and a stable economy, is to provide jobs to those on disability so they themselves may know the feeling of success and hard work. It is this spirit of faith and inspiration that drives Mike to be the Jeffersonian-conservative he is.
Another Co-Founder is John Henry, owner of “Innovations Hammer” a blog dedicated to Business and the Economy. He is a hard working entrepreneur that knows just how tough things are in the private sector and he has seen the collapsing spirit of the american dream. John had worked in the private sector for over 10 years and has helped several small businesses survive the 08′ collapse by re-innovating the way they do business he has held jobs ranging from admin to jobs as crazy as a clown advertiser. He knows what it takes to create and maintain long lasting jobs. John also believes heavily in the spirit of individualism, individual responsibility, and individual consequence. It is these experiences and ideals that brings John to the belief that anything government can do, the private sector can do better, he believes this because in his heart he believes in Reaganomics.
Here we are they key three, the founders. We did BUILD TART and we want everyone to feel a part of it because TART’s mission isn’t to just further a set of principles nor to bash/support candidates its to bring to the forefront stories of politics that need to be discussed not only at the round table but at every dinner table of every american family. We at Tart define our mission as; “Speaking truth in times of great moral conflict and universal deciet, will always be a TART mission.” To accomplish this mission TART intends to carry on the principles of our founding fathers. Principles like, questioning with boldness, holing to the truth, and speaking without fear. These are the core founding principles on TART, “and on these principles there will be no compromise.”–Ronald Reagan.