Here is a teaser and the link:Porretto's -Our Lives - Our Fortunes and Our Sacred Honor-
I'm no longer sure that any appreciable number of Americans really want to be free. Thomas Szasz once defined freedom as "That which you demand for yourself but would deny to others." Perhaps the majority of us no longer demand it even for ourselves. Perhaps we merely hope that our fetters will sit lightly upon us: that we might gaudeamus until nos habebit humus.
What is it to be, America? On this 235th anniversary of the ratification of the Declaration of Independence, what future do you desire: for yourselves, your fellow citizens, and your posterity?
Oh, forget I said anything. Enjoy your barbecues. Wave your flags without a thought for what they once symbolized: the willingness of free men to die rather than accept a return to bondage.Happy Independence Day, fellow serfs. Sleep peacefully this night; I shall not.