Chris Lippe


Chris’ journey began in San Diego, CA and continues there today. While attending San Diego State University, he started his first company, eventually selling it 15 years later.

Today he owns four companies primarily in the lifestyle and healthcare space. Fascinated with United States history, he travels the country visiting historic sites, museums, and places of interest. Chris continually strives to learn from his interactions with people from across America.

He is also a passionate father, supporting his two children in all their endeavors, believing in Parental Commitment. He is the Co-Founder of “1776 Forever Free”, a community organization which promotes supporting the Constitution of America and the Freedoms it provides us.

Dr. Cordie Williams


Dr. Cordie Williams is a US Marine and Chiropractor. At the beginning of the COVID pandemic in 2020, Dr. Cordie felt the state of California was violating his right and the rights of other Americans. As a father, veteran, and business owner, he knew he had to be the man to stand up. Dr. Cordie picked up a megaphone and began speaking up at protests all across California, gaining him the name #megaphonemarine.

His message was loud and clear and caught the attention of millions. His speech from May 1, 2020, at the state capitol in Sacramento, CA, has received more than 8 million hits on Facebook and has generated over 15 million views across all platforms. “In the face of tyranny, in the face of freedom, are you going to sit there in your riot gear against peaceful protesters?” asked Williams. “Or are you going to say, ‘you know what, it’s time to stand up for my country? Because I took an oath of office and it said, ‘I will defend against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

Emboldened by government overreach plaguing America, Dr. Cordie was inspired to found 1776 Forever Free to help protect all Americans’ freedom. Just like he raised his voice for the people, the movement has increased the volume on the importance of Constitutional Rights to all Americans, regardless of race, religion, creed, or color. In September 2020, 1776 Forever Free began a journey, The Freedom Tour, which crisscrossed the country from California, across the heartland, to the south and landing in D.C. right before the Presidential election. The strength of the movement that Dr. Cordie founded is evident in the involvement of its supporters.

Jamie Allman


Jamie Allman is the host of Allman in the morning.

Allman in the Morning was a staple in the St. Louis diet for 17 years and Jamie introduced many new faces to the radio market including Dana Loesch, Kevin Jackson, Stacey Washington, and Former House Speaker Tim Jones among others. Jamie Allman’s guests have enjoyed huge success among his audience: Judge Andrew Napolitano, former Sen. Jim Talent, warrior and Wildman Doug Giles, Daily Signal columnist Genevieve Wood, Jim Hoft of the Gateway Pundit and foreign affairs specialist Jim Carafano. Even his bumper music is legendary. “Allman in the Morning” is heard weekday mornings from 6am-10am on 1380AM and 105.3FM

Dr. Tania Williams, DC


Originally from Long Island, New York, Dr. Tania Williams decided to become a holistic doctor when her dad passed away at the young age of 60 from pancreatic cancer. It was at that time that she began looking into alternative and holistic approaches to health. She soon became a patient of Dr. Ray Omid in Garden City, New York, who taught her the importance of building health and prevention as opposed to treating symptoms and managing disease. Dr. Williams saw so many miracles and so many people getting well that she decided to work for Dr. Ray Omid as the marketing coordinator and soon after, she decided to become a holistic doctor herself.

Once Dr. Williams declared that she would marry a holistic doctor she met her now husband and sweetheart, Dr. Cordie Williams at Life University in Marietta, Georgia. Once they graduated with high honors, Drs. Tania and Cordie Williams moved to Carlsbad, California as a husband and wife team, creating the Health From Within Family Wellness Center.

Dr. Tania Williams takes care of families and individuals of all ages with a specialty in pediatrics and pregnancy. Together with Dr. Cordie Williams, her mission is to serve the masses so that every person she comes in contact with has the best opportunity to create the life of their dreams through optimal health.

Advisory Board

Col Jeffrey A Powers, USMC Ret.


Colonel Powers was born on 17 Jan 1955 in New York, NY. He was commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Marine Corps following graduation from Villanova University. Since his commissioning, he has served in the Fleet Marine Force and supporting establishments.

In January 1978 he assumed duties as Platoon Commander, A Company, 1st Battalion 7th Marines.
In January 1979 he assumed duties as Platoon Commander in B Co 1st Recon Battalion.
In May 1979 he was promoted to 1st lieutenant. He assumed duties as the Company Executive Officer at B Co 1st Recon Battalion in January 1981.
In August 1981, he was transferred to 3d Recon Battalion and was initially assigned as assistant operations officer.
In December 1981, he was assigned as a Company Commander for C Co, 3d Recon Battalion and promoted to Captain in April 1982.
In July 1982 he assumed the duties as Marine Officer Instructor at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute until May 1985 when he attended the Infantry Officer’s Advance Course at Ft Benning Ga.
In January 1986 he attended the Defense Language School (Dutch) followed by a two-year assignment to the Royal Netherlands Marine Corps initially as the assistant operations officer.
In April 1987 he commanded the 11th Company 1st Amphibious Combat Group RNLMC until his transfer to 29 Palms in August 1988.
In September 1988 he assumed the duties as a Company Commander, B Co 3d Light Armor Infantry (LAI), Battalion 29 Palms and Camp Fuji Japan. He was promoted to Major in July 1989.
In November 1989 he served as the Detachment Commander of Detachment 3d LAI Battalion 29 Palms and deployed to Saudi Arabia in August 1990 as Task Force Commander, Task Force Lima, 7th MEB (Desert Shield).
In September 1990 he was assigned as Task Force Operations Officer (Desert Shield/Storm) Task Force Shepherd. In March 1991 he served again as Detachment Commander Det. 3d LAI Bn. and in April 1991 he assumed command of 3d Light Armor Infantry, Battalion call sign “Wolfpack.”
In September 1991 he was assigned to the U.S. Army JFK SWCS at Ft Bragg, NC and attended the Special Forces Detachment Officers Course earning the Green Beret.
In June 1992 he served as Company Commander for B Co.1st Battalion, 1st Special Force Training Group.
In August 1994 he attended the Marine Corps Command and Staff College and was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in April 1995.
In August 1995 he was assigned as Officer in Charge, Special Operations Training Group (SOTG), I MEF Camp Pendleton CA. From January 1998 until January 2000 he commanded 1st Light Armor Reconnaissance Battalion I“Highlanders.”
In January 2000 he assumed the duties as the Deputy Future Operations, I Marine Expeditionary Force G-3 and in March 2000 he was promoted to Colonel. He attended the Naval War College, Newport RI. from August 2000 until June 2001.
In July 2001 he served as the Director, Naval Expeditionary Warfare (N5), EWTGPAC Coronado CA. Colonel Powers retired in June, 2003.
In 2004, Colonel Powers was an analyst for Boeing. He was CEO of Homeland Security Technology International from 2004-2008.
From 2008 until the present he has been a range consultant for International Program Group.

Colonel Powers’ Personal decorations include the Legion of Merit, Bronze Star with Combat V, Meritorious Service Medal w/2 Stars, Combat Action Ribbon. Colonel Powers is married to the former Heidi Hulst of Laguna Beach CA. Colonel Powers has two daughters, Amanda and Brittany and a son, Bjørn.

Krystal Tini


Krystal Tini is multi-talented with a range of skills landing her jobs in front of and behind the camera, which include: actress, model, costume designer, CEO of the popular yoga mat company My Soul Mat, as well as celebrity make-up and hair stylist. In recent months, she has gained international attraction to her social media discussing the tyrannical measures being taken regarding the coronavirus, mask wearing and its health hazards, and the dangers of 5G. She has found like-minded leaders in a movement for freedom and will continue to advocate for our world and its future. If we don’t take action, who will?

1776 Forever Free Staff

Julie Marie Miller


With over 30 years of experience Julie brings a vast knowledge base in several industries with well-rounded business acumen. Early in her career a gift for public relations was discovered; she was a multiple pageant title holder, spokes-model and a cable television show hostess, Straight Talk with Art Levine, in Long Beach, CA. Julie founded and served as President of a nationally recognized animal rescue. Her foresight when requesting non-profit status created several sub-divisions of her corporation; a programs included BullNannies – raising Pit Bull puppies as therapy dogs for children with autism; Rescue Retirement – placing senior dogs with retired individuals at reduced adoption fees; Bow Wow Bid Now – an online auction fundraising site; Bones & Scones a retail store; Beauregard Stubbs’ merchandise (w/ Karen Halker). These programs created a profit center to fund the nonprofit’s Mission.
Julie founded Lady Luck Consulting, LLC a Public Relations firm that served many clients; during this time she was responsible for the collaboration and inception Shorty’s Charities Inc., the non-profit philanthropic organization, with Shorty Rossi of Pit Boss. Her “A Dog A Day Campaign” helped rescue groups across the nation gain exposure for their adoptable dogs through the use of Shorty’s celebrity. Her campaign “Fund-A-Pitty” assisted bully breed groups in need of urgent need of funding for dogs in their care. She spearheaded the fundraising effort in 2013 “Spyder the burn victim” which was captured by ABC10 News for her client Shadowridge Veterinary Hospital, generating over $20,000 in a matter of four days. The reunion with the dog’s owner was covered by the media as well. One of her publicity projects includes the internationally viral campaign to #savePupcakesChristmas After closing Lady Luck Consulting, Julie partnered up with Karen Halker Miller again creating a Brand Management firm, Wag the Dog, Inc for which Julie served as CFO and Director or Personal Brand for Performing Artists, Radio Personalities, Authors and Public Speakers. She co-founded TRIO Consultants, and served as the COO and “The Family” for this advocacy firm for individuals with hidden disabilities. Simultaneously, from 2014 – 2018 she served as a Board Member for Hoaloha Foundation, an Autism Charity for Adults.

In 2018, Julie Founded Hold My Beer Foundation as CKO which serves the caretakers of those affected by disabilities defined under SAMHSA in honor of her personal experiences and struggles with her own children; biological and foster.

She currently serves in the role of Director of Fundraising & Events for 1776 Forever Free and lends her expertise in the areas of nonprofit compliance in the area of fundraising for Dr. Cordie’s nonprofit.