30 Foundational American Principles They Don’t Teach in School Anymore
What does it mean to be an American?
For a couple centuries, it has meant freedom, opportunity, independence.
While Socialism at it’s very core is antithetical to America, more and more candidates across the country are promoting it.
Why? How’d this happen?
Simply stated, we stopped teaching American Exceptionalism. We failed to pass on to each generation the importance of self-governance—in Washington, D.C., our state capitols, as well as in our own lives.
Our schools and streets are now filled with cries of dependence, demands for guaranteed outcomes, astronomical debt, and re-distribution Ponzi schemes that can only be administered through government force.
‘I CHOOSE LIBERTY’ Features:
- 96 Pages at 3” x 5.5” the size of a thick Passport
- 30 Foundational American Principles
- How to Analyze Proposed Legislation with 5 Questions
- Key Articles of 1215 Magna Carta and How They Inspired the Constitution
- The Declaration of Independence
- Signers of the Declaration
- U.S. Constitution
- The Bill of Rights
- Amendments 11-27 with Notes on Modifications
Do you choose slavery or Liberty?
To me, the choice is clear. But to half the voters in America—what are they thinking? Look, you can’t be a little pregnant. You either are, or you aren’t. You either believe in the ideals of America, or you prefer chains of tyranny. You either believe your rights come from God, or you’re comfortable letting unelected nameless faceless bureaucrats decide them for you. You either believe you have the natural right to defend yourself, or you’re fine with the gamble of waiting until someone else shows up to do it. Every generation must make the choice as to what type of country we will be. Only a courageous people will choose Liberty and self-government. As for me…
LEARN HOW TO IDENTIFY ANTI-AMERICAN TALKING POINTS
Have you ever heard someone refer to our country as a “democracy,” or called them “our leaders in Washington,” or suggested we get our rights from laws or from the Constitution? You may not realize this, but that perspective represents everything America is not. The Constitution doesn’t protect you from being offended, from seeing religious symbols—nor does it grant you your rights. Having the right understanding and perspective is paramount in identifying and calling out anti-American sentiment.
LEARN HOW TO AVOID BEING TRICKED BY POLITICIANS & THE MEDIA
The devil is the author of confusion. He changes definitions of words, bends the truth, and assumes he has power over you. The problem is, evil exists everywhere and too many of our fellow Americans are falling for it. As Edmund Burke said, “The only necessary for evil to exist is for good men to do nothing.” Well, it’s time to do something.