Andrew Kloster outlines 28 'rules' for all young patriots to live by.

  1. I will, whenever possible, buy American.
  2. I will reduce my consumption.
  3. I will meet my neighbors.
  4. If I am a business owner, I will pay attention to hiring and firing.  I will not fire anyone due to mere public pressure.  If I fire someone, it will be because I want to, and because I disagree with their speech or work performance, not because someone else thinks it’s embarrassing.  I will not hire or support anyone who hates me, or my family, or my values.  I will only hire or support people who want to preserve my community.  I will not delegate hiring decisions if I don’t have to.  I will not be bullied into hiring or supporting someone I am not comfortable with.  I will not be impressed by college degrees.
  5. I will donate my time to causes before I donate money.  I will not write a check and consider my job done.
  6. I will read the Bible to my children and grandchildren.  I will read traditional fairy tales and stories that I loved growing up.
  7. Today, I will do one concrete task to improve my home.
  8. Today, I will do one concrete task to improve my body. I will learn about what I put in my body.
  9. When I feel uncomfortable, I will speak up.  If a parent is not teaching their children right in public, I will speak up.  If someone litters, or curses, or claims that something wrong is right, I will speak up.  I will only be silent if I legitimately fear for my safety.  I will not be silent and say something is not my problem, or not my business.
  10. I will visit local public meetings and I will speak up.  If my library is having an immoral event, or the local school is proposing something wrong, I will get a few friends and speak up.

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