I was at Sharpsburg’s Memorial Day Parade yesterday, Saturday. It is the Nation’s oldest, continuous running Memorial Day celebration, 154 years and counting. Kudos to Sharpsburg!
As I was passing the crowd, I couldn’t help but wonder, how many of these people, with flags in their hands and too many with diapers on their faces truly understand why they are out watching that parade.
“Greater love has no one than this; that one lay down his own life for his friends.” John 15:13
No one goes to war to die. We fight for a cause; we fight tyranny, and we fight world domination and we fight for our families. There comes a time that we reach our breaking point; be it Lexington, Pearl Harbor or 9-11.
The war we face today comes from our own Government, our media and it has also infiltrated our morning breakfasts. How appropriate is it that Land O’ Lakes butter removed the American Indian, yet kept the land. Or Aunt Jemima, a real person by the way, is too demeaning for once quality products to grace their labels anymore.
Our children/grandchildren are being taught that if you are white/Caucasian, you are racist. “I have a dream that one day my children will be judged by the content of their character and not the color of their skin.” No doubt that Dr. King is spinning in his grave.
Our war is for the preservation and restoration of Liberty & Freedom of our Country; our battles begin here at home. Gaining control of the party apparatchik, our board of education and our municipal and county governments.
There were 56 signers to the Declaration of Independence who pledged “And for the sake of this declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of devine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.” What will you pledge for your children and grands to live a life of Freedom & Liberty?
Of the nearly 200 of you on this mailing list, what are 20-25 of you willing to give up? Who of you will step up and take that shot?
Our next meeting is on Wednesday June 9th 6pm at Frederick’s newest regional park, Othello Regional Park in Knoxville. 1901A Jefferson Pike, just outside of Brunswick on Rte 180, Pavilion #2. Othello Park Map
All you can eat hamburgers & hot dogs and all the sides and drink for just $10. And yes, we are requesting that you bring a side dish or dessert to share.
We strongly suggest that you bring lawn chairs or blankets to sit on as seating in the pavilion is limited. If you have a pop-up canopy you can bring it would be greatly appreciated
Please make your RSVP’s here and let us know what you can bring.
Our program that night will be ‘The Future of Education: FCPS’ featuring local education activist and publisher of The Tentacle.com, Cindy Rose.
We are also trying to secure the Loudon County teacher who was removed from his class for refusing to tell his students that boys can be girls and girls can be boys.
At our last meeting several of you expressed an interest in volunteering for different committees. We would truly appreciate your membership to participate in reclaiming our Liberty & Freedom.
As always, we encourage you to bring likeminded Patriots with you. We are launching a Membership Drive and Contest with prizes & gift cards for those bringing in the most members.
Those of you that joined us for our first real meeting during the Wuhan Red Death last June, your membership is up for renewal, you can take care of that at the meeting or here.
“The patriot’s blood is the seed of Freedom’s seed.” Thomas Campbell
Frederick County Conservative Club, President