The Children of Liberty, maintaining the integrity of both our founding fathers and the Great American Experiment outlined in the Constitution, hold these five principles in highest regard. Through our thoughts, words and actions, in every aspect of our lives, these shall be our guiding principles.
To reclaim God in our lives, and in so doing, secure His place at the center of our country’s social and political conscience. Natural law is the basis of our liberties, and we have a moral obligation to protect America’s Divine providence.
A society that does not respect life is doomed to failure. We will respect all human life, and promote the right to life from conception to death.
Living by the rule of law not man, and with respect for justice that must be blind and apply to all, we respect the Constitution as written and revere it as the greatest set of governing principles ever written.
Only limited government can allow for Natural law. We must vigilantly defend against those who would expand our government, or discredit our country’s free market principles.
Personal and fiscal responsibilities are the foundation of freedom. We value personal and fiscal responsibility and demand the same from our representatives.
We must always remember what John Adams wrote,
"But a Constitution of Government once changed from Freedom, can never be restored. Liberty, once lost, is lost forever."
John Adams, letter to Abigail Adams, July 17, 1775