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October 17th marks the 222nd anniversary of the death of John Wilkes.
A patriot and advocate for liberty, he was known and supported among the American rebels especially after his pamphlet series, “The North Briton”, number 45 being of notable fame.
Today, let us carry on the torch of liberty and remember those before us who have sacrificed their lives and sacred honor to allow us even a glimpse of its bright flame. Remember, remember that freedom is worth every drop of blood required to preserve it, for it has been bestowed upon us by that same God who gave us life.
For more information on John Wilkes and how his writings apply to us, check out this article written by a friend of our cause: https://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/20959-john-wilkes-45-and-the-fourth-amendment