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These letters are written to Lady Liberty informing her of America’s past, present, and future by a mother who wants to preserve liberty and freedom for her daughter.  

RATIFYING LIBERTY


November 20, 2017


     Over the past 100 years, progressives have shifted America’s focus off of individual rights and liberties, maintaining priorities belong on the collective.  Social Justice warriors champion minority groups, insisting individuals must abandon their rights for the good of societal categories.  However, as Ayn Rand points out: ...READ MORE

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THE ORIGINAL IRON MAN


October 28, 2017


     Johann August was 25 years old when he and his older brother, Frederick Charles “Carl”, stood at the railing, straining to see the shores of their new home.  Their mother did everything to send Johann to Erfurt and Berlin at age 15 to study with the most esteemed professors of mathematics, architecture, engineering and hydraulics....READ MORE

HERE I STAND


October 31, 2017


     For most people, the Reformation consists of a few facts.  Martin Luther nailed 95 Theses, or discussion topics, to a church door on October 31, 1517.  Because of it, he was excommunicated from the Catholic Church because he would not recant his theological writings.  Others joined in the break from the Roman Catholic Church, resulting in the numerous...READ MORE

REIGN OF TERROR


November 9, 2017


     During the American Revolution, France was an important ally to the patriots.  French ships cornered General Charles Cornwallis in Yorktown, forcing him to surrender to General George Washington, ending the American Revolution.  In addition, Marquis de Lafayette offered tremendous military support to Washington, becoming close friends with him...READ MORE

QUESTION WITH BOLDNESS


November 16, 2017


“Fix reason firmly in her seat, and call to her tribunal every fact, every opinion.  Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blindfolded fear.”  

     Thomas Jefferson wrote these words to his nephew in a letter dated August 10, 1787.  So when Benjamin Banneker put them in action...READ MORE