Digging further into the idea of an "economic insurgency" or individuals fighting through economic means for "economic liberty" I've started digging deeper into the American Open Currency Standard. I've researched it before, and looked into the "Free Lakotah Bank" when it came on line a few years back (I was honestly surprised to see they are still around, and still doing good business by all reports).
The idea is simple, coin "barter medallions" that have intrinsic value in terms of a commodity metal. Gold, silver, and copper. It becomes a "store of wealth" against inflation as you cannot destroy the intrinsic value of a commodity, although the value of a commodity will fluctuate against other commodities based on market forces. Don't let that scare you, the value of any currency fluctuates based on market forces.
Now the idea that communities should be able to store wealth in the form of a local currency has appeal to folks of all political stripes. Looking at the AOCS Community Currency page, http://www.opencurrency.com/directory/currencies/community-currencies/ You'll notice that "Liberal Bastions" such as Fort Collins, CO and Cape Cod, MA are on the list. I don't know if it gets much bluer than either of those locations in terms of a voting block.
Now those are only the local currencies using the AOCS precious metal barter concept. When you look at the other types of currency models (such as hours banking) you get a much larger list. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_community_currencies_in_the_United_States
I guess if you are in the process of trying to restore liberty it wouldn't hurt to get your local chamber of commerce to buy off on the idea of barter medallions. A commodity currency that can be redeemed into fiat currency pretty at much any stage in the cycle of trade, which will keep wealth in the community. Encouraging people to convert fiat currency into barter medallions for local use will gradually transition money into wealth. It is a sound principle, and one that liberals and conservatives seem to agree on.
What if the Fed raised or lowered interest rates, and nobody cared? What if your local gas station started accepting barter medallions at a "spot price" and people were smart enough to turn dollars into barter medallions, and watch the price of gas go up (as the value of the dollar goes down) but see their wealth protected? What if your local bank started offering the "spot conversion" between the barter medallion and a fiat currency?
I've talked a lot about marksmanship being just a tool, one that is largely unimportant at the strategic level (you can win without good marksmanship, you cannot win without good strategy). But if you could take power away from the Fed simply by using an alternate currency? It seems like getting involved with your local chamber of commerce and selling this idea is something that 20 million deer hunters could do now, today, with little to no organization to support their efforts.