At the Freedom Foundation, we revere not just the words but also the motivations of the great men who formed this nation, and our mission is to preserve their work in as nearly pristine a condition as possible.
To that end, in January we introduced Freedom Matters, the latest weapon in the Freedom Foundation's arsenal, and we hope its periodic collection of essays will both enrich the dialogue of freedom and embolden those who endeavor to protect it.
Freedom Matters is a 40-page, full-color, glossy magazine written by the dedicated men and women of the Freedom Foundation, and while its content will undoubtedly chronicle our persistent struggle to free public-sector workers from the bondage of forced unionization, the new publication will include much, much more.
For the most part, it's a discussion of freedom and the ever-present need to protect it.
Copies of the magazine were mailed out in December to our members, in addition other conservative think tanks around the country and lawmakers in Washington, Oregon and California.
The next issue will be published next spring. In the meantime, a digital version of Freedom Matters has been posted at the Freedom Foundation's website and can be accessed here.
Please take a few minutes to look it over and let us know what you think.
Thanks for sharing our first issue.