Adams seeks truth and is often involved in the debates of the day. She is no longer content to watch our country fall to harmful ideologies that threaten freedom and God-given rights. She is informed on issues and says it like it is. She is living her dash with a bold faith and ready to stand firm with those who support freedom and the Constitution. Always the salt and the light.


I work behind the scenes to create the symbol of America. Years ago my efforts contributed to the sewing of our great American flag. In present day I focus on providing tech support for Simply American. Like the flag, Simply American represents one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.


As the 1946 battle bearing my name, my efforts in this cause stand as notice to corrupt politicians that Americans have a breaking point that they dare not cross. The people will eventually say enough is enough and take action, especially when it comes to the protection of child innocence. It is my hope that the work we do inspires the ordinary, uninvolved citizen to become an extraordinary, involved patriot.


Having worked on three continents and experienced living conditions in numerous foreign countries, I have no doubt that our constitutional republic is the best form of government ever conceived by man. I believe it is our duty as Americans to learn, understand and live the principles of limited government. Government and its institutions at all levels have embedded themselves into areas in which they do not belong, abridging our Rights. The independent free press needs to lead the way if we are to correct the imbalance.


Franklin is industrious, disciplined and hard working, and believes if you want to change the world, you should pick up a pen and write. In an age where citizen journalism is critical to the success of the nation, Franklin endeavors to support fellow journalists whenever possible. Franklin spends a significant amount of time at Independence Hall in Philadelphia burning the midnight oil. One of Franklin’s favorite quotes is: “What you seem to be, be really.”


Hamilton employs a highly-analytical, pervasively-logical approach to the issues facing America in the 21st Century. Thinking like a lawyer, he gathers facts and information from all sides, relentlessly pursuing the truth. Hamilton has little patience for those who hate America, and is not afraid to debate the Leftists who are destroying our Founding Principles.


Henry is aggravated by the constant lies from government and misrepresentation by the media. Her spirit is on fire with passion to share truth and engage in public debate. For the echo chamber of the current media has propagated a one-sided view of things. Henry’s fiery pieces aim to drive conversation and highlight the double standards in today’s world.


Jefferson enjoys reading and thinking on big topics and ideas, as well as writing about them. He enjoys challenging discussions and debates. He believes: “If a nation expects to be free and ignorant in a state of civilization, it expects what never was and never will be, and that the man who reads nothing at all is better educated than the man who reads nothing but mainstream media sources.” As such, competition to longstanding media sources is required to keep the ideals the nation was founded on alive. He counts Madison as a great and trusted friend.


Madison loves to read and learn about the world. She believes arming people with the power of knowledge will result in true liberty. Tyranny comes in many forms, and it is the job of a limited government to protect the rights of the people. She is great friends with Jefferson, and has an ally in Washington.


I am a defender of freedom, standing firm for the Truth. As I have said in the past, the advancement and diffusion of knowledge is the only guardian of true liberty. As such, I use my God-given talents to write, to encourage and educate others around me. Ergo verum scribo.


Like her namesake, Reagan holds, “Freedom is one of the deepest and noblest aspirations of the human spirit.” She loves America and the American people, and her passion is to restore their belief in themselves and their nation. Reagan hopes to strengthen The People’s resolve to defend America against Marxism, which threatens to lead America into communism. In spite of the great challenges facing our nation, Reagan shares an inspired and optimistic hope for the future, while bringing thought leadership on tough issues.


Washington no longer tolerates the manipulation of the American people. America is heading in a direction which disregards its founding principles of Freedom and Liberty. The nation’s helm must be wrestled back from the grip of the few and returned to We The People. Washington hopes to fan the brushfires of Liberty through the pen and paper, for darkness cannot exist when exposed to the light.