On the Importance of Virtue, Vigilance, and Valor

Aureus       Virtue, Vigilance, and Valor are the three qualities that we, the Restorers of the Forgotten Freedoms, believe to be absolutely crucial to the preservation of individual, societal, and national liberty.       Virtue is the quality of having moral excellence. One who is virtuous will demonstrate characteristics of fidelity, integrity, …

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Restoring a More Perfect Union

Illustro       America began as a vision, shared by a council of people who believed in a haven of both liberty and equality, an asylum against tyranny. When the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence, they transformed the United States of America from a vision into a reality, and later cemented the …

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A Modern Fall of Rome?

Satio       What do Sodom, Pompeii, Rome, Greece, Assyria, Babylon, Egypt, and countless other ancient empires have in common? Each were immensely strong nations that conquered large areas and influenced history in countless ways. Each were what we would today deem as “superpowers.” Each gained extreme wealth, and began to live in luxury …

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Virtue, Vigilance, and Valor: The Motto of the Restorers

Satio, Aletha, and Illustro         The motto that the Restorers of the Forgotten Freedom adopted is Virtue, Vigilance, and Valor. We believe that these three words, when followed by individuals throughout a society, allow for freedom to prevail. When even one part is ignored, it is only a matter of time before …

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