An Anniversary Message from The Minuteman

This was our first logo when The Minuteman was first published in 2016.

Dear Friends,

We wanted to take the opportunity to say “Thank You” for following us. One year ago, The Minuteman website went live. After nearly 300 articles published during this time, it is still astonishing at how quickly the last year has gone by.

Our purpose of “Advocating for Limited Government on the Northern Plains” is no secret. And I truly believe that, in spite of the opposition, we have made some wonderful strides this year.

In recent months, it became evident to us that perhaps it was time to step it up a notch with the website. So, we are pleased to announce, that in the coming days, The Minuteman Blog will go live with a newly designed web page.

In addition to a new logo; we will also have older articles archived by the month, a subscribe button, and a new platform to run off of. This should make for a more user friendly experience for our readers.

Our thanks goes out to those who have been working tirelessly to transition the current site into the new one. Whether it was consulting, logo design, web development, or beginning to establish an expanded view for the future of The Minuteman Blog; the contributions of those involved has been invaluable.

I cannot help but think of the words of Samuel Adams:

“It does not take a majority to prevail… but rather an irate, tireless minority, keen on setting brushfires of freedom in the minds of men.”

Again, thank you. We look forward to 2018 and hope that you will not only subscribe to the new site when it’s up and running, but that you will share it with others. We must be the “tireless minority”. Our future and the future of our posterity depends upon it.

God bless you and yours.

For Liberty,
The Minuteman

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About T. Arthur Mason 874 Articles
T. Arthur Mason is a native North Dakotan who has spent nearly all of his life in the Peace Garden State. As the third of four children in Western North Dakota, Mason grew to appreciate family and the outdoors. Some of his fondest memories are annual deer hunts with family and friends. In his early teenage years, faith became a central part of T. Arthur Mason's life. He and the majority of his family attend church together on a weekly basis and find this a fulfilling aspect of their lives. Through the influence of his father, T. Arthur Mason became intrigued with politics. As a boy, he attended political events with his father and enjoyed the friendships that resulted as a byproduct of those political associations. As Mason grew older, he became convinced that the quote often attributed to Thomas Jefferson was true, "That government is best which governs least." Today, T. Arthur Mason enjoys time with his wife and children, an occasional hunt, and an increasingly active life on the political scene. This blog is the fulfillment of a dream to design a web site in the realm of politics and to advocate for the principles of Liberty and constitutionally limited government. On behalf of all those that contribute to The Minuteman, we hope you enjoy your time on the site and will share the message with others.