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Louis DeBroux / September 11, 2021

We Said We’d Never Forget. We Lied.

Twenty years after the terrorist attacks, too many Americans have forgotten.

Louis DeBroux / July 5, 2021

Are We Truly Worthy of Our Freedoms?

Reflections on the 245th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.

Publius / December 31, 2020

Happy New Year Fellow Patriots!

We will return Monday, January 4, with our first edition of 2021.

Mark Alexander / December 24, 2020

Merry Christmas!

Our editors and staff take leave between Christmas and New Year’s Day.

Publius / November 11, 2020

Veterans Day 2020

A day set aside in honor of American Patriot Veterans who have carried the banner of Liberty.

Publius / September 17, 2020

Constitution Day

Celebrate the enduring legacy of Liberty enshrined in our nation’s Constitution.

Publius / September 11, 2020

A 9/11 Retrospective

Honoring those who perished and those defending our nation in the Long War today.

Mark Alexander / July 3, 2020

Independence Day 2020

On this, our nation’s Celebration of Independence, I invite you to read about its history. (Regular editions will return Monday, July 6.)

Mark Alexander / June 21, 2020

Father’s Day

Extending the Legacy of Liberty to the next generation begins at home.

Mark Alexander / June 13, 2020

The Founding of Flag Day and the U.S. Army

Celebrating Liberty — honoring our flag and the founding of the U.S. Army.

Publius / June 6, 2020

Remembering D-Day

An epic battle in defense of American Liberty, and by extension, that of all mankind.

Mark Alexander / May 25, 2020

Memorial Day: In Honor of American Patriots

To honor the service and sacrifice of generations of our fellow Armed Forces Patriots, now departed.

Media Editors / May 25, 2020

Video: Visiting Arlington National Cemetery

Since 1860, Arlington National Cemetery has served as a final resting place for veterans from the U.S. and 11 other countries.

Publius / May 16, 2020

Armed Forces Day

Land of the free because of Patriot Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Marines and Coastguardsmen.

Publius / April 18, 2020

Patriots’ Day 2020

On April 19, 1775, American militiamen at Lexington and Concord fired the opening volley for American Liberty.

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