David Bray On today’s youth 2014 – I think that the smartest of our youth will figure this out and they will learn how to empower themselves at a young age instead of waiting until in there 30’s. Realize that you need to be concerned with politics and that you need to get involved, I think that’s the message.
David Bray “The Constitution, to me, is something that I swore an oath to. As a military guy, you swear an oath to that Constitution, to the law inside of that Constitution. When you swear that oath, you swear it for life…..I keep the pocket Constitution on me when I travel; I keep it with me. It’s something that I like to go to and just reflect on the ideas of America and why it was successful. Like I said, I am honestly concerned about the well being of this country.”
In the bustling world of American media, voices advocating for the education and empowerment of the nation’s youth sometimes shine less brightly than others. However, on a recent segment of American Statesman Blog Talk Radio, […]
In South Bend, Judy Frazier and the participants of the youth program she initiated, We the Kids, distributed 11 milkweed plants and approximately 20 bags of milkweed seeds in June during the WNIT Kids Club […]