On This Day in History: January 29, 

1861 – Kansas admitted as the 34th state


William J. Dell, the Editor and Publisher, is an ardent patriot and a retired Navy Master Chief who served his nation for 25 years during the Viet Nam era.  He has over the past 50 years made a concerted study of the Constitution, the Founding Fathers, and the history of our Constitutional Republic.  He has three imperatives in his life: God – Family – Country.  He makes no apology for his Christian faith.  He knows beyond any shadow of doubt that God raised up our Founding Fathers to establish our Constitutional Republic to be a beacon of freedom to the world.  He is a strict Constitutionalist as it was interpreted for the first 150 years of our history.  He believes that it is the responsibility of We the People, as individuals and as a nation, to be vigilant in the preservation of our Constitutional Republic, our Judeo-Christian heritage, and the unalienable rights each of us received from God to Life, Liberty, and Property.

Will was editor and publisher of the Freedom-Fighters Forum which was an educational effort to save our Constitutional Republic from its slide toward a Welfare Socialist State.  He was also a commentator weekly at the Dialog East Coast West Coast virtual roundtable discussing national and economic security issues on BlogTalkRadio.  His purpose is to provide understanding of our times on issues related to this effort for his extended family and other interested parties.  Will published the Patriarchal Advocate, a direct mail effort, from 1992 – 1995 and Light for the Journey, an e-mail effort, from 2004 – 2008.  Will published the Freedom-Fighters Forum from 2009 – 2013 at the request of his following to enable them to have on-line access to past and present opines.

Will is an enthusiastic family history buff.  He has discovered direct ancestors on his family tree who have served in every major conflict our nation has been in since the Revolutionary War.  A family tradition that has now extended two more generations as sons-in-law, a daughter, and grandchildren have donned the uniform of their country in defense of liberty.

Throughout his naval career, Will traveled around the world and lived in both Europe and Asia.  He has also traveled extensively within the United States having visited museums, libraries, and historical sites in 48 of the 50 states.  Will has a degree in business information systems and has taught operation and maintenance of real-time flight simulators to engineers and scientists at a number of major defense corporations and several universities.

Will is a life member of both the Disabled American Veterans and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.  Will is retired and makes his home with his wife, Fran, in Utah when they are not traveling, doing family history research, or visiting their children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren.