Reconsidering and Reigniting our Purpose


For starters, I would like to apologize to readers for the lack of posts for the past two days and over the past couple of weeks. Our writers have been extremely busy and have been unable to give time like they have from the beginning. However, we are back now and wish to continue with our mission. I believe it is time to once more consider the topic of my first article, “What is the Purpose?”

What are we attempting to achieve?  Why does it even matter? What is the reason behind spending so much time writing at this blog? These are all questions that I’ve considered over this summer, and it has only been a short time. Despite having doubts at first, I always came to a conclusion for each one.

For the first, our minuscule contribution to this nation will be one of passionate liberty; a voice speaking truth, justice, and logic. It is an essential part of living in the United States to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity. We want to explain this to as many people as possible. The past generations of our country have faced great trials, but they have overcome every obstacle before them, and we intend to do the same.

For the second; we are patriots, but there are others who feel ashamed to be American or that we are less noble and prosperous than what we are in actuality. For us, it is essential to open the eyes of these people and show them their great heritage. The history of the United States is not always pretty, it isn’t always full of happy endings, but it is a story of men and women succeeding in achieving the happiest, prosperous, and beautifully free society in the history of mankind.

Friday is normally a fiscal day. While thinking about my fiscal article, I contemplated how being fiscal is all about responsibility. I then realized the connection to the answer for my third question, and that is responsibility. That is what inspired this post. Our responsibility as a people is securing life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. I’ve come to understand that it is my responsibility to put some of my time into sharing that message. Acting responsibly, logically, and reasonably are keys to both fiscal security and national prosperity.

Author: James Kurlich

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