This National Women’s History Month I’d like to highlight not just one woman but a remarkable group whose mission is to hold leaders accountable, promote liberty, oppose government overreach, spread awareness, engage on key issues and activate the public to serve. It is in this way that these women fight for their children, their community and their country. Moms for Liberty is a non-profit founded by Tiffany Justice and Tina Descovich, moms on a mission to stoke the fires of liberty. As former school board members, they witnessed how short-sighted and destructive policies directly hurt children and families. Now they are using their first-hand knowledge and experience to unite parents who are ready to fight those that stand in the way of liberty. 

We’d like to not only acknowledge these women but thank them for: fighting against school lockdowns and closures; educating the public about the long-term effects on children for decades to come. They are exposing the organizations funding SEL (social emotional learning) which is teaching children that they are racist based on the color of their skin. We want to thank them for exposing schools that are hosting drag shows, and for flipping dozens of school boards across the county. These boards are now enacting conservative priorities and amending school policies to increase transparency in the classroom, where instruction has not only become questionable but alarming. These conservative women are considered rebels like any other group who fought against the mainstream opinion and government regulation of their time. They are fighting a battle waged as an against an assault on the minds of our children and as such it is an assault on our country and it’s future. One of the ways Hitler was most successful in gaining control of Germany and using its citizens for his own gain was in the way he shaped the youth. This quote is before WWII began: “These boys and girls enter our organizations at ten years of age, and often for the first time get a little fresh air; after four years of the Young Folk they go on to the Hitler Youth, where we have them for another four years . . . And even if they are still not complete National Socialists, they go to Labor Service and are smoothed out there for another six, seven months . . . And whatever class consciousness or social status might still be left . . . the Wehrmacht [German armed forces] will take care of that.” —Adolf Hitler (1938)