In honor of President's Day, Grassfire wants to give you the opportunity to celebrate with one of America's greatest Commanders-in-Chief: Ronald Wilson Reagan. Keep reading to find out how you can receive a "Freedom" print, suitable for framing, in appreciation for your contribution of any amount. --Grassfire
In Ronald Reagan's 1964 speech "A Time for Choosing" delivered at the Republican National Convention, the man who would become America's 40th president warned:
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same."
In these turbulent and troubling times, many wonder, "Will the unhinged, intolerant Left force freedom's extinction in our lifetime?" It's a serious and terrifying question. Radical Democrats have become a "rage mob" that tries to enforce group-think upon every American. Those who don't conform risk falling victim to their "cancel culture," which vilifies, demonizes and marginalizes people who refuse to march in lockstep with progressive, unpatriotic, anti-God ideals.
Ronald Reagan loved America. To him, our great nation was a "shining city on a hill." His vision -- and President Trump's -- are far different than today's radical Democrats. Today, on the 109th anniversary of "The Gipper's" birth, we're making our Reagan "Freedom" print available to team members in appreciation for their contribution of any amount to help Grassfire build. Please see our update below, or click here now to receive yours. --Grassfire
Radical Democrats hate America. For proof of that statement, you don't have to look any further than Tuesday night's State of the Union address.
Even before House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's (D-CA) disgraced herself and her position by tearing up President Trump's completed speech page by page, many Democrats in attendance refused to celebrate America and her heroes: past, present and future. Some liberal, progressive lawmakers failed to stand for or even applaud these victories:
- Record-low unemployment for minorities
- A U.S. service member reuniting with his family
- 100-year-old Tuskegee Airman and World War II veteran,
- His 12-year old great grandson, who hopes to attend the Air Force Academy
- Families still mourning loved ones lost to terrorists and illegal immigrants
- An eight-year-old Philadelphia girl receiving a scholarship to attend the school of her and her family's choice
"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." --Ronald Reagan
The late, great President Ronald Reagan spoke the above memorable words at the Republican National Convention on October 27, 1964. That quote was part of his "A Time for Choosing" speech. According to the late President's official website:
Reagan delivered the address while the country was grappling with the threat of Communism and other foreign adversaries, all while civil rights and other domestic issues were taking center stage at home. With his Freedom Speech, Reagan sought to unify the American people around the shared common goal of pursuing freedom, which he emphasized wasn’t a guarantee.Read more