Welcome to Secrets of Liberty
We are a collaborative team of concerned, freedom-loving, independent Americans. What is it that has us concerned? America’s current political landscape and the uncertain outcome of decades’ worth of wavering leadership. There is an ever-widening gap between the well-rounded, thoughtful founding of our great nation and the well-funded, tyranny-leaning direction the country appears to be heading today.
It’s no secret that America was founded on simple principles and self-evident truths, “that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” These things are clearly stated in the opening of our Declaration of Independence, and are monotonously quoted to the point that some take them for granted, and others chalk them up to old fashioned and out-of-date clichés.
What is a secret, or should we say, what has been lost over the years, in the ever-deepening sea of American political rhetoric and doublespeak, and therefore seems like a secret, is the broad and sweeping goodness carefully crafted in the documents the founders penned. Even if you are familiar with the language of our country’s Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Independence, there are still many more insightful and powerful words that have passed through the mouths and fingertips of our country’s forefathers and leaders. The framers shared words that helped guide America, words that encouraged and cautioned, and words that shaped American liberty.
The founders knew the power of language and the power of words; theirs were carefully chosen for the protection, fortification and provision of a fledgling nation. Some were even prophetic in nature and spoke of what could happen if the system of checks and balances set in place was not maintained or was manipulated.
In many of today’s typical social circles, these words have been buried by the years since their utterance and distorted by misinterpretation, or worse, misrepresentation. But, these original, foundational thoughts are the secrets we’ve uncovered, the secrets of liberty, the words that we aim to bring to the forefront of the battle for America’s continued greatness and success.
We’ll share the words, but it’s up to you to stand for your liberty and the liberty of our great nation, the United States of America.
Faces in the Feed Podcast
In light of the current attack on legitimate, alternative news sources and conservative voices, it is clear that we must take a stand to ensure that these outlets will not be silenced. Social media plays an important role in how individuals access their information. It’s easy for each of us to recognize the powerful voices in our newsfeeds; the ones with a growing number of followers and lots of engagement; the ones that stand for liberty, speaking boldly in their commentary about today’s social and political issues.
Although we primarily recognize these voices only by association with a tiny profile picture, each one has a story. We created this podcast, Faces in the Feed, to share these stories in order to embolden and promote conservative voices. We should all have access to unlimited news, information and commentary so that we can make an informed decision of our own.
After twenty years in print and digital publishing, Kevin and Amy Bree decided to take the opportunity to host Faces in the Feed. They know what it’s like to go against the grain of mainstream/corporate media. They know what it’s like to sacrifice, to be despised, all because they choose to lean away from the liberal bias that saturates our world. Yet they do not deny the importance of free speech and allowing all sides of a story to be told.
As Americans, we must understand that free speech is currently being threatened in an unprecedented way. We can not stand idly by while the corporate giants attempt to manipulate America, and the world as a whole, into relying solely on them for our news and commentary. We deserve to be fully informed. Not long ago, it was called journalism.