'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Lose weight, stop smoking? Uh, no. Revere the U.S. Constitution and save money? You betcha.
Today is the national Bill of Rights Day. This commemoration is necessary to help renew appreciation for liberties threatened by Big Government.
Not so long ago, most Americans regarded the Fourth of July as "Independence Day" and called it that, celebrating liberty and freedom, prizing independence above all. For the graduates of high school and college, their "Independence Day" marks the breaking away from parents, of moving toward responsibility. For many of us, it's a celebration mixed with more than a little concern. Where will this new independence take the young? What kind of adults will they become? Have we "done good" by them?