The Mission Is To Protect Our Freedom

Our Country Is Already Great

It is our duty to protect our freedom. We inherited our freedom from our parents, grandparents, great grandparents, and great, great grandparents. Because of the sacrifices they made over the last 144 years, we now live in the greatest country in the world. And yes, I said the greatest country. We do not need to make America great again; it is already great.


If you have any doubt about the country you live in, consider this. According to the Pew Research Center, more immigrants live in the United States than any other country in the world. It is estimated that over 50 million immigrants were living here as of 2018, and they make up close to 20% of all the immigrants in the world. They further report that they come from almost every country in the world.


So I ask you, why do so many people often risk their lives to come to the US to live? I doubt it is because they want to live in an inferior country. Isn’t it more likely that they come to pursue liberty and the pursuit of happiness? They want to live the American dream. If we do not protect our freedom, we will not be a great country for long.

Why Do We Need To Protect Our Freedom?

Look around, and you will see our United States of America is quickly spiraling down to be a socialist and eventually communist country. The progressive movement causing our decline is driven mostly by people that want to do good. They believe our country is evil, and they can change it. But, to do that, they want to strip us of our freedom, our history, and anything they believe contributes to the evil our country represents.


We have no illusions that our country is perfect and understand there should be changes. But history tells us that the changes being proposed are doomed to fail. Even worse, they will destroy everything our ancestors sacrificed and even died for. They will ultimately lead this country to become another Venezuela, China, or even North Korea.

What Next?

We cannot protect our freedom alone, but there is strength in numbers. Putting the right political representatives in place and getting the wrong ones out would be a good start. We will then legislate, protest peacefully, use the court system, and educate people about what progressive proposals like the “New Green Deal” and socialized medicine will lead to.


At the same time, we must not become what we are accused of being. We cannot support extremist groups that advocate violence or denigrate people based on race, national origin, religious beliefs, sex, or political beliefs. Groups such as BLM, Antifa, White Supremacy Groups, and like groups or organizations have no place in a peaceful America.


Since we have to start somewhere, let’s get the conversations rolling. And then taking action to keep our country great.


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