I've just returned from Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was there that Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, and more than fifty others pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor not simply to a new nation, but to the principles on which that nation would stand.
Those men have been dead for almost 200 years, but those principles they believed in and expressed in the Declaration of Independence are as alive and relevant today as they were in 1776.
The responsibility is now ours to uphold those principles of freedom, justice, and a government that protects the inalienable rights granted to us by God.
Eternal vigilance is the price of freedom, and our organization has embarked on a campaign to help you do your part in renewing the vision of the Founders and restoring these principles to our government. Our Governing by Principle campaign outlines ten principles by which candidates should govern if they are elected to the legislature this November.
We'll send these principles to all the candidates, but if you'd like, we'll send them to you as well, so you can ask the candidates where they stand on these principles.
To get a copy, go to mspolicy.org, or call us at Triple 8 MS Policy.