Memorial Day is a day when we remember the Men and Women of the military that have died serving our country. Way to often, many kids and adults have looked at Memorial Day as a break from school and work.
Due to the COVID-19 virus, most kids are out of school and many adults are out of work. Many states and communities have been shut down with the citizens of our nation experiencing the nasty taste of excessive government control.
At this point, many of us are looking for normalcy. Some states and communities are now loosening their grip on the community with local parks and businesses are slowly reopening. In some states and communities the lock down has continued for an undetermined time.
There is not a better time, than now for each of us to reflect upon the true history of the United States of America. Each one of us should take the time to think about what our nation’s past. Think about what our country would be like today if it were not for our often-forgotten military heroes. Think about what it would be like if we continue to allow our elected officials to change us to a Socialistic society under their control.
Today more than ever, we must protect the freedoms and sacrifices that were made by many of our parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters, aunts and uncles, friends, and neighbors. They made these sacrifices so that we may live in the United States of America as a free society.[Read more…]