Today’s highly interesting read (12/16/22): Ten Ways to Strike Back

Today’s read is from Chris Williams in American Thinker. Here’s the obligatory tease:

It’s disheartening to see how quickly we’ve lost our grasp on the historical truths that distinguish free societies.  But what did we expect?  Most of us never provided our children with a historical context to understand or even consider these truths. Instead, we’ve relinquished our role to Yahoo and Google, Facebook, Tik Tok, and Instagram.  We’ve given academia the green light to raise our children and we’ve taught our children not to question authority.  We’ve been lazy and now we’re disappointed about the way the cake turned out.

So, what can we do now?  Namely, what can someone like you or I do?

Let’s focus our attention on a few resolutions that promote vibrant communities and limited government. They are resolutions that “Main Street” Americans can implement without any real time commitment, monetary cost, or risk of reprisal.

What are those ‘resolutions’?

Read the entire column here.

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