America’s founders risked their lives,
fortunes and sacred honor for a dream.
In a world previously controlled by kings, it
was truly exceptional to think our Creator endowed
each of us with the unalienable right to life,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
It took eight years and the blood of 25,000
patriots for the dream called America to take root.
Six years later, our fledgling experiment in
freedom was near collapse, so America’s framers
gathered to rewrite our national rulebook.
More a constitutional crisis than a
convention, it appeared a nation founded on liberty
and limited government might not be possible.
During a heated debate, Benjamin Franklin
declared, “God truly governs the affairs of men and
if a sparrow cannot fall to the ground without his
notice, can an empire be raised without his aid?”
Mr. Franklin suggested each session begin
with prayer, so the delegates did and thereby gave
birth to our divinely inspired constitutional
concepts they put on paper are as fitting today as
they were in 1789 and their dream survived the Civil
War, two World Wars and dozens of military
America has been a beacon of liberty for 246
years, but our battle for freedom is never won—only
President Reagan warned, “Freedom is never
more than one generation away from extinction,” and
today our republic is engaged in her second
This battle is not fought with blood, bullets
or bayonets but with vile name-calling, protests,
postings and tweets.
Wearing the blue uniform are patriots
desiring to free the American spirit and they
believe in equality of opportunity and the supremacy
Those clad in gray wish to regulate the American
spirit and believe in equality of outcomes and the
supremacy of government.
between the blue and the gray, freedom and free
stuff, has never been more obvious than it was at
President Trump’s State of the Union address.
Other than ceremonial clapping upon the
president’s entry, the gray team refused to applaud
America’s expanding economy, plunging unemployment,
veterans, Old Glory, and God.
For 90 minutes, President Trump spoke how
repealing burdensome regulation has spurred our
The wind is at our backs; prosperity is on the
After an eight-year apology tour blaming America for
the world’s problems, it is such a relief to have a
commander-in-chief who loves his country.
President Trump will go down in history for
stating what patriots have known since 1776,
“Americans are dreamers too!”