Lessons of Lexington, 1775

Lessons of Lexington, 1775

by Dan Eichenbaum On the night of April 18, 1775, the lantern’s alarm sent Revere, William Dawes and other riders on the road to spread the news. The messengers cried out the alarm, awakening every house, warning of the British column making its way towards...
Principle or pragmatism?

Principle or pragmatism?

by Michael Maharrey An important decision faces We the People. Will we continue to stand as a nation built on principle? Or will we float aimlessly in a sea of pragmatism? The founders of this great Republic built it upon specific principles, with individual liberty...
Concordia res parvae crescunt
Small things grow great by concord...

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