Bryan Fischer here with today’s Life and Liberty Minute. Here’s an excerpt from a column in National Review, written by an American woman. “American men! They’re the kindest, most decent, most loving men there are. They treat you like a human being, in a free, natural way. Alexis de Tocqueville wrote that a young American woman could make a long trip alone in perfect security - woe to anyone who touched her. During a snowstorm one year, two young men at a Pennsylvania bus station helped me cross the icy parking lot with my luggage and then stood near me under the awning, talking to each other about frontier history. I realized I didn’t have to worry. They had no notion of a right to either hurt me or drive me away.” I’ve written the Boy to Man Book to produce more American young men just like this. Order your copy today at afastore.net. That’s afastore.net.