Once upon a time, there was a land of great promise and hope. A land rich in resources, ripe for innovation, and resolute in spirit. This was the land that would become the United States of America. The path to forming this union was not an easy one; it was a path paved with sacrifices, courage, and an unwavering belief in the cause for liberty.

In the late 18th century, Britain’s stronghold was a noose tightening around the neck of our nascent nation. The Founding Fathers, however, held steadfast in their pursuit of a free, just, and Constitutional Republic. They believed in the intrinsic rights of the individual, rights that were God-given and thus, unalienable. In the face of intense adversity, they rallied for freedom from British rule, sparking the Revolutionary War.

Despite being outnumbered, outgunned, and having seemingly insurmountable odds stacked against them, they emerged victorious. How? They remained resolute in their principles and values. This historic victory marked the birth of a new nation, one founded on the principles of God, liberty, justice, and the pursuit of happiness.

Fast forward to the 20th century. The dark shadow of Nazism and totalitarianism loomed over the world. It was during these tumultuous times that the United States of America, once again, rose to the challenge. Our brave soldiers fought on the shores of Normandy, in the snowy fields of Bastogne, and in countless other theaters, to preserve freedom and democracy. They stared death in the face, yet never faltered in their duty, making the ultimate sacrifice for their country and the world.

Today, we stand at a precipice. Our challenges are not from foreign adversaries but from internal discord and division. We are witnessing the erosion of our fundamental values, the very foundation upon which our nation was built. Our country seems to be losing sight of the principles of God, liberty, and justice, that were once held dear.

Yet, all is not lost. The spirit that fueled our ancestors’ fight for independence, and drove our heroes to stand against the oppressive regimes in the world wars, still runs in our veins. It’s a spirit of resilience, a spirit of unity, a spirit of faith. The call to arms is not for a battlefield against an external enemy, but against the threats we face within.

Now, more than ever, it is crucial that we remember and honor the sacrifices of our fallen heroes. We must embody the values and principles that they lived, fought, and died for. Let us strive to uphold the ideals that our Founding Fathers envisioned – a nation grounded in God, liberty, and justice.

This Memorial Day, as we remember our fallen heroes, let us take a pledge. A pledge to defend our values, to bridge our divides, and to rekindle the spirit of unity. Let us work together, to recapture the glory of our past and secure a brighter future. Only then can we truly honor the memory of our heroes and ensure their sacrifices were not in vain.

If we save our schools, elections and recruit the right leaders, we can save it all. For if we save our county, our country, we save our world. It is not only our duty but our responsibility. The beacon of hope and freedom must continue to shine brightly for all to see. Remember our heroes. They fought not just for us, but for the entire world.

God bless,


These thoughts, statements, and opinions are my own, not of any club, committee, organization, etc.

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