Welcome to Licentia Loquendi, founded January 2009. L2 is a team blog that focuses primarily on political, military and Constitutional issues with a Conservative Christian slant. We are two college students, a Navy corpsman, an Army sniper and a Vietnam era Army veteran.

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02 February 2010

WLF & When They Come Back

Last night while chatting with my best friend about:
Ranger Up,
Obama bowing to Tampa mayor Pam Iorio (60% who voted in NYDailyNews.com's poll believes he was merely photographed in an awkward position), and
"the 10 U.S. Baptists who tried to take 33 Haitian children out of the quake-ravaged country" (FNC) . . . without proper documentation from the Haitian government (regardless of whether or not their intentions were pure, it was reckless and imbecilic for them to simply scoop up a bunch of kids and try to rush them to the Dominican Republic. Since they claimed they haven't been following the news, they clearly must not have noticed that the government has already organized the rescue of several orphans,

I found Warrior Legacy Foundation.
The Warrior Legacy Foundation is an organization (filing for 501C4 status) that is steadfastly committed to changing the perception of the America’s Warrior Class. WLF passionately defends the dignity of this noble profession regardless of the era of service. Across every generation, at war and at peace, America has asked her citizens to protect liberty and defend freedom at all costs. No matter the terrain or political climate, America’s Warriors have met every challenge, sacrificed everything that was asked in order to defeat their enemies and protect our shared way of life. WLF advocates for the everlastingly preservation of the hallowed legacy of the American Warrior and the limitless support of their success.

Welcome to our ranks. Join us and stand firmly in defense of the heritage of those brave souls who have preserved and protected our sovereignty throughout our great nation’s history.

They have asked for nothing and have given us everything.

About 1/3 of the way down the page, there's "The Warrior Song," which I've been listening to all morning while waiting for my 11:00 class.

Through WLF, I also came across the When They Come Back Campaign. When They Come Back doesn't want money, "We want your pictures and your stories about what you have done to give back. Even if it is something as small as saying 'thank you' or 'sharing a hug' with the military men/women in your life, we want to hear about it! . . . We want you to know that giving back to the military is THE thing to do!" You can follow them on Twitter.

[EDIT 9:58AM]
"The Warrior Song" can be purchased on iTunes. The song/video can be purchased at thewarriorsong.com. Members of the U.S. military can download it for free.

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