“What can I do to help?”

We at the COS Project love this question. It gives us hope. It tells us that there are people out there—people like you—who care about the future of this country.

Kevin Thibault is one of these people. As you can see, Kevin decided to be proactive. No one told Kevin to make a sign and hang it on an overpass. Kevin didn’t wait for someone to tell him what to do. Kevin went out and got things done.

And Kevin’s not the only one. Volunteers have made Powerpoints and graphics; they’ve invited us to conferences and meetings; they’ve called and written their state representatives. One thing we’ve known from the very beginning: proactive people will make this Project a success. When American citizens see their country in trouble, they take the initiative and solve the problem. From George Washington to Martin Luther King, Jr., from Paul Revere to George Patton, Americans have always taken a stand when their country needs them.

What can you do to help? Right now, spread the word. Write a letter to the editor. Tell your church group. Host a meeting. Email your journalist friend. Call your state representative. Do whatever it takes to tell as many people as possible.

The country needs us—the country needs you—to do our bit to preserve liberty. Kevin can’t do it alone.

Let’s find an overpass and get to work.

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