Yesterday was National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, a day in which 2,403 American servicemen perished, I am sharing this incredibly special video with you.
Frank Palamara is a Center for Arizona Policy (CAP) ministry friend. He’s 92 years old, and he served in the United States Navy in World War II. I know this two-minute video will bless you.
Frank epitomizes the Greatest Generation. After the War, he went on to raise a family, succeed in business at the New York Stock Exchange, and live out his faith. Frank inspires me as one whose life truly is leaving a legacy to the next generation.
Frank understands the importance of freedom. As we remember Pearl Harbor, we are grateful to men like Frank Palamara for preserving the blessings of freedom we enjoy here in the United States of America!
His love for freedom motivates Frank to support CAP. Would you join Frank in his financial support with a generous year-end contribution?
Families like the Palamaras are so generous with CAP, and because of this, the CAP team is able to be your advocate! Your voice. Your champion of freedom. You make it possible for us to remain vigilant, day-in and day-out, at the Capitol, courthouses, and city councils across Arizona.
Remember – it’s not equal gifts but equal sacrifice! I hope you’ll join Frank in championing freedom for the next generation today with your gift to Center for Arizona Policy.
ICYMI – Latest News & Articles of Interest
- Statement of cake artist Jack Phillips following oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court. Click here.
- “Four Promising Takeaways from the Masterpiece Cakeshop Oral Argument” by David French.
- Congresswoman Martha McSally’s statement on Masterpiece Cakeshop.
- Amicus brief in support of Jack Phillips signed on by U.S. Congressmen Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar.