It's a common misconception that if America dies, the cause of freedom and individual liberty dies with it. Nothing could be further from the truth!
There will always be a faithful remnant; a contingent who wish to be free to pursue their own goals for their own benefit, without harming anyone else, and without a brownshirt overlord or welfare caseworker micromanaging every facet of their existence.
It is to this minority of humanity The Colonial Federation is dedicated, and always will be.
John Galt's oath will always remain:
I swear by life, and by my love for it that I will never live for the sake of another man, nor ask another man to live for mine.
The proverbial "$64,000 Question" is, how many in this age of endless government handouts, bail-outs and regulation have the courage to take and keep it?
On this day 233 years ago, from Lexington to Concord to Breeds Hill, a shot was fired in defiance of imperial tyranny that was heard around the world, and the birth pains of a new nation started with ordinary American citizens who took that oath.
Insurrections occur when government looks at individuals as nothing more than exploitable resources to be plundered, murdered and extorted at its whim.