President Ronald Reagan's
"Evil Empire" Speech
"When our Founding Fathers passed the first amendment, they sought to protect churches from government interference.
They never intended to construct a wall of hostility between government and the concept of religious belief itself.
The evidence of this permeates our history and our government..."
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"Open Letter to Americans"
How to Win the War Against Terror
Dr. Tony Kern, Lt Col, USAF (Ret)
Frmr Director of Military History,
USAF Academy, as seen on "48 Hours"
"Teachers constantly talk about getting more money to help kids learn basic skills.
Basic skills are good but don't forget, even the Nazis taught their kids to read--that didn't make it good education...
The teacher unions haven't figured out that they need to "teach freedom."
Of course, first they need to know what freedom is..."
Message from the Alamo, 1836.
"In the name of Liberty, of patriotism, and everything dear to the American character."
As defined by 1951 Government Manual
As we celebrate those who sacrificed in World War II by raising a memorial in Washington, D.C., it is useful to remember what kind of people these Americans were.
The following description of 'character' from a military training manual tells us much more than simply what character is, and how to train a fighting force.
It tells us how our government used to think, and how it related to the religious traditions of the people of the United States.
For years I have been asking my listeners to explain to me why our public schools don't teach our children about the codes and traditions of the US Armed Services.
Why don't we teach American military history in a personal way so that our students learn to honor the sacrifices made for them, often by boys hardly out of their teens?
In addition, young Americans are currently taught only about the violence of war.
They must also learn about the violence of tyranny.
For if we teach only the horrors of war, we teach cowardice.
Honor Guard Clubs
Attention teachers and students: Start an "Honor Guard Club" at your school.
Email us and get on our list of "Honor Guard" schools.
Teach "Duty, Honor, Country," and American military history at your school.
Tell your friends about it.
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