July 04, 2021

Independence Day

 
Examples of entrepreneurial heroes resisting the chains of servitude have again sparked the flames of liberty within American souls.

The Declaration of Independence was a formal request to the nations of the world, asking that they not judge Americans by our ancestors, but that they recognize us as a free, self governed people, and independent states.

The tyranny that fed the spirit of 1776 as listed in the declaration, eerily resemble despotic actions taken and pushed, by progressives and other far left government officials nearly 250 years later. Over the last year, Democrats have made overwhelmingly clear the distinction between liberty and subjection.

Fear and oppression left businesses intimidated and crippled by the threat of government dominance for noncompliance. Religion was abolished until further notice as the edicts came down from on high, demanding our obedience to a ruling class of elite decision makers.

It could be years until we can openly speak the truth about this leading to the destruction of families and communities. However, examples of entrepreneurial heroes resisting the chains of servitude have again sparked the flames of liberty within American souls. So I ask you to join me in this moment of national crisis, to renew the fierce independence that first bore the flame of American liberty.

Stand with me to celebrate small businesses and law enforcement officers that have held our country together. Stand with me if you no longer trust typical politicians with our children’s future, or if you see the destruction brought on by Speaker Pelosi and Representatives Tlaib and Ocasio-Cortez. Stand with me if you’ll take on today’s challenges so that your children remain free and independent.

If you’re tired of suffering the evils of big government Democrats and status quo politicians like Fred Upton who simply go along to get along, send me and other constitutional conservatives to Congress and together, we will make America great again.

Happy Independence Day.

S.C.

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