Courage to seek the truth
Courage to speak the truth
WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL HOME OF APRIL MOSS
A leading voice for parents and Patriots on all things faith, facts, and freedom!
It’s our duty to be courageous for our kids and for our country
Our nation is at a crossroads on which direction to go in, and it’s our duty to stand up for our values, our faith, our God-given rights, and our pursuit of the truth. From blowing the whistle on fake news to shining a light on the facts, April Moss is a leading voice for parents and patriots who are
standing up for a better tomorrow.
Educates Rather Than
Help keep the United States the land of the free and the home of the brave for our children by learning how and why more and more parents are using homeschooling to create the next generation of courageous leaders.
Asking the Real
Questions on Face
Discover real stories and perspectives from America’s patriots who are affecting positive change while exposing the truth that the media isn’t showing… and learn how you can become part of the solution by watching Face the Facts
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“If we are shaping the American public’s mind then we need to be seeking truth. We are supposed to be the people that bring light to topics, and if we’re seeing people in power not getting questioned then that’s a problem. People are starting to see that it’s not the truth that the mainstream media is always putting out. I’m grateful for being employed by CBS for nine years, but there comes a time where you have to take a stand for something and you have to say ‘it’s my duty to ask the real questions.’ I realized that I could be somebody to affect change for others.”