The Freemen

"Our immediate concern, however, is not with parties, groups, or persons, but with principles. We therefore commend and encourage every person and every group who are sincerely seeking to study Constitutional principles and awaken a sleeping and apathetic people to the alarming conditions that are rapidly advancing about us."

- President David O. McKay

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Who are the Freemen?

A Freeman, according to the Book of Mormon, is someone who, " . . . [has] sworn or covenanted to maintain their rights and the privileges of their religion by a free government." (Alma 51:6)

If you are willing to do that, you are a Freeman.

"We wish all of our citizens throughout the land were participating in some type of organized self-education in order that they could better appreciate what is happening and know what they can do about it."

- President David O. McKay

The Freemen List

As a resource to Freemen everywhere, and according to David O. McKay's recommendation of "organized self-education", The Freeman Mailing List was started to distribute the words of the prophets and apostles about freedom, as well as to share selected thoughts from non-LDS pro-freedom writers.

In addition, all members of the list are invited to share appropriate submitions and ideas about the topics presented as well, for inclusion into the list.

To join the list, visit the LDS Freemen Sign up page.

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