Profiles in Freedom: Heroes Who Shaped America with a Foreword by Senator Markwayne Mullin

THE TRUTH WILL ENDURE. IT MUST. But our history is in danger of being rewritten by the progressive left and the “woke” mob.

Carl Higbie

6/10/20241 min read


But our history is in danger of being rewritten by the progressive left and the “woke” mob.

In PROFILES IN FREEDOM: HEROES WHO SHAPED AMERICA , Carl Higbie shines a light on the real heros of American history.

Ronald Reagan warned in his 1989 farewell address: “If we forget what we did, we won’t know who we are. I’m warning of an eradication of the American memory that could result, ultimately, in an erosion of the American spirit.”

The “woke” mob tries to silence voices of reason. They try to remeasure by their liberal, progressive standards our historical heroes who made an impact on our country. They must redefine everything to fit their narrative. They don’t teach our actual history because they hope that by ignoring it, we will forget, for when it’s forgotten, it is effectively erased. But people should not be erased, nor should our history. We should learn from it and grow, always climbing higher than the previous generation.

Carl Higbie, a former Navy SEAL and national news anchor of Carl Higbie Frontline on Newsmax TV, believes in REAL America and the need to remember the heroes who made this country great. In Profiles in Freedom, he reintroduces some of the Americans who made this great country what it is today. People such as:

  • William Penn, Ben Franklin, and George Washington

  • William Clark, Samuel Colt, and Ulysses S. Grant

  • Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony,

  • and George Washington Carver

  • And more

To simply cancel others, especially our nation’s history and the people who made this nation great, is cowardice. It is small-minded thinking. And it is futile. After all, to forget history is to repeat it. The problem is that it takes an awfully long time to get back to a point of strength.

Those who helped build this country lived and died for their ideals so that we could have a better life. The wise will not only build onto that, but they will teach their children to do the same.

“As you journey through the histories of these American heroes, my sincere hope is that you are encouraged, revitalized, and made more confident. Every history you read is really your own history, no matter when you came to this great country. We are in this together.”

—from the foreword by U.S. Sen. Markwayne Mullin