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ForAmerica's Story

Mission and Purpose


The times may change, but ForAmerica is dedicated to the same mission: we come to work each day to fill your heart with the power, the glory, the joy, the happiness and the deadly seriousness of being an American.


To meet that goal, ForAmerica is building a movement. We seek to activate, educate, entertain, and inspire our audience with useful content that can be shared in one click of a button.  


Objectives and Scope of Activity


The key objectives of ForAmerica are to:


  • Never give the Left a free day;

  • Get Big Government off your back;

  • Prioritize Families;

  • Promote Life;

  • Deliver wins on the cultural, electoral, and legislative fronts;

  • Design and share creative storytelling on the world's most popular communications platforms;

  • Activate our audience to action


ForAmerica believes in guaranteed constitutional rights, including the right to life at every stage of life. We believe America should have unlimited education and economic opportunities. We believe America should be energy independent using American resources. We demand the freedom to speak and practice our faith. We will accept nothing less than fair and honest elections, and a government that is transparent, accountable, and stays off the backs of the American people as much as possible.

Measuring Results


ForAmerica uses the following metrics to measure our effectiveness:

  • The retail and wholesale reach of our content, including impressions on social media and website visits

  • The quantity and quality of our social media engagements, including reactions, comments, shares, and video views

  • The quantity and quality of other influencers in the effort that utilize For America's content

  • Surveys and polling that measure our ability to help the audience persuade their peers and the public

On the Right, Breitbart said of ForAmerica: “By virtually any statistical measure, the For America community is one of the largest voices on the right.”


On the Left, the New York Times said of ForAmerica: “One of the great unexpected influences on the election was…For America.”


If both Breitbart and New York Times agree, we think ForAmerica is putting lead on the target.


Creative storytelling—marrying the issues-of-the-day to pop culture—on the world’s most popular communications platforms creates political and cultural impact. Our activism is second-to-none.


As Senator Ted Cruz said, “What ForAmerica does so well is to light up the phones in Congress, to light up Facebook, to light up Twitter, to speak out, and to do what we did so well during the Reagan Revolution.”

We are for freedom. We are for prosperity. We are for virtue. We are ForAmerica. Are you?

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Vice President Mike Pence

President Trump and I are truly grateful for your work...

Senator Ted Cruz

What ForAmerica does so well is to light up the phones in Congress, to light up Facebook, to light up Twitter, to speak out, to do what we did in the late 1970s in the Reagan Revolution.

The New York Times

One of the great unexpected influences on the election was...ForAmerica.

Congressman Jim Jordan

There's a ton of grassroots support out there for me, and we wouldn't be here without you. 



For America's Anti-Hillary Videos Went Viral

  • 93,591,377 total views

  • 82,909,315 unique views

For America Is A Leader In Electoral Impact


"One of the great unexpected influences on the election was ... ForAmerica."

"These sites serve to energize their readers..."

"...they do it thanks to the publishing reach of social media like Facebook and Twitter, which enable readers to repost stories at the click of a button..."

" media understood that it was an insurgent force...on social media on an unprecedented scale..."


"A wave of negative tweets, Facebook posts, YouTubes, and other social media aimed at Hillary Rodham Clinton helped turned enough voters against the Democrat to switch close states like Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Florida for President-elect Trump, according to a new analysis.

"In addition to the Trump campaign, several outside groups went on the attack. Among the leaders was For America, which published 69 videos aimed at raising Clinton's negatives."



Video Views

On average, ForAmerica garners over 108 Million Video Views per year.



On average, ForAmerica garners over 83 Million Engagements (likes, comments, and shares) per year.


Social Media Reach

On average, ForAmerica reaches over 19 Million people per week. 

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