Today, we honor those brave men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice that the rest of us might continue to enjoy the freedoms promised to us in the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.
In honor of our fallen heroes
Between the bad guys in the world and us stands only one person: the American serviceman. Today, we honor those brave men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice that the rest of us might continue to enjoy the freedoms promised to us in the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.
On this Memorial Day, my family and I join Americans all over our great nation in pausing to honor our country's finest. How inadequate words are to convey our gratitude that these men and women gave their lives so that we can remain safe, prosperous, and free!
Memorial Day should serve as a reminder that the world is a better place because of the millions of selfless Americans who fight for freedom anywhere it needs defending—despite the risks—and do so without asking for anything in return. To the heroes that laid down their lives for our freedom and the freedom of others around the globe, thank you.
Today, I joined "Fox & Friends" for a special Memorial Day episode to talk about a different kind of declaration of independence—Germany's recent one from the United States.
In an obvious slight at Trump, Merkel said this weekend that the "times when [Germany] could fully rely on others are somewhat over." Although Merkel meant these comments in a way that was critical of the United States, I'm ecstatic to see signals that Europe may soon take more responsibility for its own security.
The security agreements in place today were designed in the 1940s when the West had to worry that Germany would try to dominate Eastern Europe. In the modern world, we will have a much healthier alliance with Europe when all the parties involve carry their own weight.
What's so great about America, anyway? Earlier today, Dinesh D'Souza spoke to a packed auditorium with hundreds of Texas public high school students on the topic American Exceptionalism.
STARTING NOW: D'Souza addresses public HS students about American Exceptionalism
What's so great about America, anyway? Earlier today, Dinesh D'Souza spoke to a packed auditorium with hundreds of Texas public high school students on the topic American Exceptionalism. They listened intently as he made the case for America's place in the world and in history, and for the first time, you can now watch this exclusive lecture.
I'm heading to Canyon High School just outside Austin, TX to talk to hundreds of students about why they should love America.
EARLY ACCESS: Watch D'Souza discuss American Exceptionalism TONIGHT
America is the greatest, freest, and most decent society in existence. It is an oasis in a desert of cynicism and barbarism. This country, once an experiment unique in the world, is now the last best hope for the world.
Today, I'm heading to Canyon High School just outside Austin, TX to talk to hundreds of students about why they should love America. As an immigrant, I have a unique appreciation for the American Dream and all that this country has to offer. Join me tonight as I discuss what makes America unique in history with students at this public high school! Click here to be one of the first to sign up to watch.
Today's event is the latest in my D'Souza Unchained lecture tour with Young America's Foundation. This semester I've addressed students at Columbia University, Trinity University, and Brandeis University, and today, I'm excited to reach an even younger group of students with a message of limited government, personal responsibility, and individual liberty. To learn more about Young America's Foundation, click here.
See you tonight!
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