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THE PAMPHLET ~ Volume 1 Issue 5 ~ ‘Perseverance’

THE PAMPHLET ~ Volume 1 Issue 5 ~ ‘Perseverance’

Today we present to you the latest issue of THE PAMPHLET. Volume 1 Issue 5 “Perseverance” is one that will stick in my memory for quite some time. As we are all coming out of the smoke and haze of what was the most overtly corrupt election periods in our nations history it is important to have some context from our founding fathers. We introduce a new column on Homestead Sufficiency. A slightly more in depth review is below the new issue.

In Perseverance we examine the depth of character that patriots had back during our Revolutionary War. The British were completely corrupt at the Parliamentary and Nobility classes. The oppression against the colonists was consuming. Unreasonable tax burdens and unworkable bureaucratic processes were purposefully designed to dominate and subjugate the populace. Those supporting the notion of personal freedom, and liberty of the people were branded as treasonous criminals. Anyone following the rules in the colonies was treated as a second class citizen in the British Empire. Even a soldier from the America’s who received a commission in the British Army was paid at half the rate of an officer who came from England.

But this hardship forged great men from the common Continental Army Private to Officers like James Monroe and George Washington. It is forging people like you, who have had enough with the corruption and lies. In this issue we show that times of tribulation are the refiners fire and although those periods are difficult the people often are better for their trials. And when true conflict and adversity break out those who learn from the trying times are often those who persist though disorder.

We hope you enjoy this latest issue. If you like what we do please consider subscribing to exclusive content or donating. Thank you so much for doing your important part to support the liberty movement.

God Bless you and God Bless the United States of America.

Wade John Taylor

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