Remembrance Day - 11/11/2014 at 11:00 am - Payson High School Auditorium
For years, I have been seeing disturbing signs in America with this message: "America is evil. We're the bad guys." I see it in our K-12 public school system, on the evening news, in the mainstream print media, in our universities, and in films.
On the eve of Veterans Day, Salon.com published an especially insulting article denigrating our service men and women. I won't give credit to their disgusting blog. You can look it up if you wish.
America is not perfect. It is filled with imperfect human beings. But we are blessed to live in a country that was founded on the idea of freedom. Thousands of American men and women have died for that idea. They deserve to be honored!
Dinesh D'Souza recently gave a very important speech about this issue, which I hope you will watch. Click HERE to see Honor our Veterans by Honoring Our Country. In that speech, he said this:
"America's strength is found in our culture, values, and sense of national unity and patriotism. If we don't care about our country, we are not going to have men and women willing to die for it."