As we move into the 17th of June, a significant day in 1775, we recall the brave actions of our forefathers in the Battle of Bunker Hill. A battle fought not for land, but for the principle of self-governance, of being able to determine our destinies free from the shackles of an oppressive monarchy.

Monarchies, by their very nature, concentrate power in the hands of a few, often with little to no regard for the will of the people. This is antithetical to the core principles of our Constitutional Republic, where power is vested in the people, and leaders are chosen by the people through regular and free elections.

However, we see echoes of the past in the present-day United States. The recent concerns regarding the integrity of our elections, coupled with an increasing perception of an entrenched political class more concerned with holding onto power than serving the populace, are disturbingly reminiscent of the times of King George III.

Samuel Adams, one of our founding fathers, once warned, “The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil constitution, are worth defending against all hazards: And it is our duty to defend them against all attacks.”

Elections are the bedrock of our Constitutional Republic. We must never lose sight of the importance of the election process and the rights of every citizen to have their voice heard and their vote counted. We must be vigilant in protecting the integrity of our elections and resist any and all attempts to undermine our Constitutional Republic.

To Be Continued…


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

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