Lee Bellinger

Publisher, Independent Living

Lee Bellinger is the founder and publisher of Independent Living, a monthly newsletter serving readers “to the max” with hard-to-find information to help them protect their assets, health, freedom, and privacy from a rapidly growing number of threats and bureaucratic red tape.

Lee has been a publisher and newsletter editor for 26 years. He is a graduate of Hillsdale College, where he studied Political Economy and History and also participated in the college’s prestigious Washington-Hillsdale Internship Program.

He worked in politics for many years, serving as an aide to then-Congressman Dan Coats of Indiana, covering science and technology, as well as the House tax-writing body, the Ways and Means Committee. He also served as Special Assistant to Congressman Toby Roth of Wisconsin, on intelligence and defense issues.

Lee is a graduate of the National Journalism Center and worked for columnist and author Donald Lambro as well as the Leadership Institute.

As Lee says, “It really took me quite a while to realize that a political knight in shining armor riding into Washington on a white horse was not going to happen. So I refocused my investigative skills onto becoming a first rate self-reliant problem solver. Ever since then, my emphasis has been on truly serving my readers with advanced defensive information that is actually useful.

I’ve been publishing newsletters and books on this subject for 26 years now, and I’ve never seen a more pressing need for this material.

I’ve made it my mission to serve my readers “to the max” with hard-to-find information to help them protect their assets, health, freedom, and privacy from a rapidly growing number of threats and bureaucratic red tape.

The assault on the privacy and personal autonomy of law-abiding American citizens is intense right now and continues to build every day.

My absolute belief is that greater self-reliance planning by more American families and individuals is the best course for those who are concerned with maintaining their freedom.”

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