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Our Mission







In 1776, fifty-six courageous men, prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice for their country, declared these immortal words with solemn determination:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. –That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it.”

Our mission is their mission–to defend our unalienable rights and to a secure a prosperous future for America. We believe this is our duty as Americans and heirs of liberty. To do so, we work to rally, educate, and engage conservatives on key issues pertaining to liberty, and help organizations and individuals to “connect, unite, and win” in their communities. The Freedom Action Center, we hope, will be a powerful force and resource in the liberty movement moving forward. 


Our Work 


Public Outreach

Conservative Networking



About Us

Jacob Householder

President, Co-Founder
Jacob is a public speaker, researcher, and writer who believes America can be healed through civil public discourse and proper education. He seeks to unify America by promoting and highlighting bipartisan solutions instead of partisan problems. He has assisted with various projects, such as the Harvard Divinity School’s Religious Literacy Project. Jacob is currently studying Financial Economics and is preparing to apply to graduate school to attain a PhD in Economics. He has assisted with the creation of half a dozen educational nonprofits over the past several years. Jacob is an advocate of liberty and has dedicated his life to teaching principles of successful government and making hopeful solutions popular.

Heather Nielsen 

Vice President, Co-founder

As a mother of three, Heather considers parenting her most important responsibility and the inspiration for her activism. She attended Brigham Young University majoring in International Relations with a Non-Profit minor. Professionally, she has worked in multi-media and marketing for nearly a decade. Her passions include political technology and sustainable agriculture which, though seemingly unrelated, she feels are essential for the future and prosperity of America. 

Core Beliefs

Our greatest problems in America can be traced to abandoning the principles of limited government.

We believe that the success of our nation depends upon our commitment to choosing leaders who are truly committed to liberty, defending the rights of their constituents, and are good, wise, and honest.

It is our right and obligation as citizens to defend the moral and social values necessary to maintain a free and healthy society.

We believe the family is the foundation of successful communities and nations, and that it must be protected and strengthened.

It is our obligation as citizens to study and promote the original intent of the Founding Fathers as the key to our American prosperity and freedom.

Balancing conservatism and classical liberalism is a key step to the healing of America.

Protecting our land and resources is essential to maintaining our nation’s health, agricultural system, and independence.