This Memorial Day, we honor those who gave all. They all gave their lives for their country, and we enjoy what freedom we have because of them. Even today, some give all, and all who enjoy their freedom should honor their sacrifice by giving some.
This Memorial Day, we honor those who gave all. They all gave their lives for their country, and we enjoy what freedom we have because of them.
Season 2 of the Liberty Relearned Podcast covered a lot of ground, from Bidens expensive and empty promises, the philosophy of Ayn Rand, to Covid, fascism, and Woke Disney. Included are clips from previous episodes of the podcast.
Will they, should the leftist have their way, and establish some sort of socialist or neo-fascist state be reduced to fighting for their homeland, with not much cause to spill a drop of blood for whatever collectivist ideology takes the place of individual freedom? What would be the rallying cry used to motivate persons to pick up arms in such a place? “FOR EQUITY!”? “FOR THE COLLECTIVE GOOD!”? or “DEATH TO THE INDIVIDUALISTS!”?
Yes, life itself is worth defending, but life itself is not what makes us in God's image. It is freedom, the freedom to choose, and yes, to fail that is worth fighting for. It is free will, not safety that allows humans to achieve greatness.
How would those who died in the War of 1812 react to football players not honoring the Star Spangled Banner, a song written about the flag some of them literally died to defend?
Remember our fallen warriors.
On that day, may it never come, our war dead will have given their last breath for no more a cause than a piece of land, some natural resources, or a border on a map. Memorial Day will be a much different day, a day to mourn more than the loss of American heroes, but of a free country that once existed that was worthy of their sacrifice.
Many have made the ultimate sacrifice for us to live in freedom. Do not squander it. Do not sell it cheaply. Let us strive to be worthy of their sacrifice. This is what we owe them, that and our everlasting gratitude.
When I was younger, Memorial Day was just another holiday, another day off from school or from work. It was the Indy 500 and barbeques. It's not that I wasn't patriotic-- I was, but even though I knew that people had died for my country the idea of a fallen hero was still an abstract.