Dominic MacAulay

“All it takes is one match to start a fire; likewise, it only takes one person to stand for liberty.” 

This quote, though it may have the ring of an 18th-century patriot, is, in fact, the words of fifteen-year-old Dominic Mcauly. This week, Dominic published an article outlining a concept most adults in America fail to grasp: we are all responsible for the actions of our government. His article, a dissertation on George Orwell’s Animal Farm, recognizes that, in order to avoid tyranny, common citizens must be brave and take actions to promote liberty. If more people understood and acted on this truth, where would our country be today?

Dominic is part of a group of hundreds of teens that have taken this principle to heart. There are groups of teenagers in high schools across the country who have banded together to learn about our duty as citizens of the United States and to actively perform those duties. As American Clubs continue to grow and teens begin to exercise their rights to testify and take part in their country’s government, we can have hope that the next generation will move towards greater freedom as they inherit our great nation.

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April 21, 2018

Teens for liberty – There is hope for the future of America!

“All it takes is one match to start a fire; likewise, it only takes one person to stand for liberty.”  This quote, though it may have the ring of an 18th-century patriot, is, in fact, […]
April 20, 2018

Who are to Blame for Tyrannical Circumstances?

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing. 
October 20, 2017

15-year-old Invents New “Pilgrims Progress” Character: Forgiven

If I were in the story of Pilgrim’s Progress, my name would be Forgiven; Forgiven would come into play when Christian is sinking deep into the river of doubt; and Forgiven will be there to show Christian that he is truly forgiven. Forgiven helps Christian get across the river because he showed Christian the importance of knowing that he is forgiven. This principle not only applies to Christian, but the whole world itself.
September 10, 2015

Poem about Sin and Redemption by Dominic MacAulay

13-year-old Dominic MacAulay wrote this poem about Sin and Redemption as part of his home school curriculum. We hope it speaks to your heart the way it did ours!