For the past few months we began a collection of PDF documents (located in the far right column) from our nation’s history. In an attempt to spread accurate or forgotten moments in U.S. history, we hope to remind everyone of the freedoms for every color and creed that gave birth to this great nation.
The Liberty Library will consist of a series of posts located under the “Liberty in Action” header in the navigation bar. Clicking on the embedded document will activate the Full Screen Mode for ideal viewing/reading. However, you can also click “Open Publication” to open a new window where you can read in your web browser. You can also view our library by visiting Issuu.com/keyboardmilitia/ where you will have the option to download the document and start your own Liberty Library.
There are many great, recently published books available now through websites like Amazon whose mission is also to restore the accurate knowledge of American history. If you are an author who is interested in submitting your American history book, feel free to contact us for possible acceptance into the Liberty Library sometime in the future. However, in order to provide these ebooks to you for free, and in hopes of presenting the most accurate reflection and reporting of American history, many of the books we provide will be dated back in the 1800′s whose copyright falls under Public Domain. For example, one such book we will release in the future is written by the grandson of a Founding Father. What could be more accurate than that?
For as long as we can find good books we can legally post in the Liberty Library, we will post a new book every week-end.
In light of the FCC and the Obama Administration’s continued push to reign in some kind of control of the Internet, its freedom of speech, and free exchange of ideas, also in the name of this year’s celebration of the Independence of the United States, the Keyboard Militia is launching its own “Liberty Library.”
The first group of documents/books available in our Liberty Library will be:
- The U.S. Declaration of Independence
- The U.S. Constitution
- Common Sense
- The Federalist Papers
- Colored Patriots of the American Revolution
We chose our nation’s founding documents in hopes of reminding the American citizens as well as our leaders of the principles that gave birth to this land of opportunity.
It is becoming increasingly more obvious that the current leaders of our nation are highly lacking in ‘common sense’ therefore a healthy reminder of this is Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense.” “The Federalist Papers” focuses on the exchange of ideas which gave birth to the Constitution.
The Federalist Papers
Many politicians over the years have used tactics to divide us into to win elections. One of the most common, and sadly most effective, tactics has been race. However, the Founding Fathers were not solely whites. Many African-Americans were instrumental in achieving the free nation we enjoy today. Dropped from regular educational curriculums, “The Colored Patriots of the American Revolution” is a textbook long forgotten in schools but must be remembered to show that during the birth of America, the mission was of ALL men to be free.
We hope that the Keyboard Militia Liberty Library will help you gain a better understanding of the truth behind our nation’s history and how the Constitution and the men behind it had the Godly goal for ALL men to live free.
Being aware of our nation’s accurate history and our Founding Fathers is critical. However, being aware of what the slow growth of Progressivism, Socialism, and Communism into our American government looks like is also critical in helping to defend against it. In our Liberty Library we’ve created a section on Progressive Literature. Too many books have resurfaced lately for them to simply be ignored. We will add more books to the Progressives section as they become available.
Other books you will find in the Progressive section of the Liberty Library right now is “Prairie Fire” by the Weather Underground, “Reclaiming Revolution” by STORM – the organization Van Jones founded, and “The Coming Insurrection” by the Invisible Committee.