July 6, 2018
Medal of Honor Grove honors chaplains as well
Ever-bustling Route 23 goes past the Freedoms Foundation and takes you right into Valley Forge National Historical Park. Intent on arriving at the monuments, trails and re-created Revolutionary War barracks, many tourists probably drive past the turnoff for an organization that promotes constitutional literacy and civic engagement in a way that appeals to a nation vastly more diverse, but just as contentious, as that of the 18th-century founders.
The first thing you notice as you walk past the red-brick dormitories and offices into the trees of the Medal of Honor Grove is the silence.
Divided by fundamental cultural and political disagreements, America is a cacophonous, often angry place right now.
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