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Restraint, The Next issue of The Pamphlet is out.

Restraint, The Next issue of The Pamphlet is out.

Welcome to March, Patriots!


It is the beginning of the month again! The latest issue of The Pamphlet is out for our subscribers on Patreon! It was released at 12:01 A.M. today. The Newsletter was also just released for our subscribers there as well. The central theme of this issue covers some of the challenges our Founding Fathers had in playing the long game against the British to achieve victory. We also include a little-known bit of history about Abe Lincoln that we think you will enjoy. My wife also makes here debut article and gives you all a little insight as to who we are and how The Pamphlet got started. Caty Greene graces us with another fine ‘Remember the Ladies’. M.R. Beyer has two back-to-back thought-provoking pieces that we believe you will find fascinating.


My pieces focus on Colonial Oppression and Discipline. I also have a piece on Patrick Henry as I try to look at his philosophy with a modern-day perspective. Lastly the ‘Last Thoughts’ & ‘Patriot Reflection’ sections were rolled into one as ‘Wades Reflection’ this month. We hope you enjoy, “Restraint”.

The Full Digital Edition is out on Patreon. Those who subscribe to home delivery will have their copies mailed out over the next two days. The digital edition will be available on our website by the end of the week.

Thank you so very much for your support! We can’t do this without you.

Wade John Taylor

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