Liberty Nation GenZ: News For Kids

News and Current Events Through the Lens of America’s Founding Principles

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About Us

Liberty Nation GenZ  is an educational website for young Americans that seeks to give the next generation accurate and unbiased information on issues of the day. Our mission is to convey news and current events in an understandable and entertaining format.

Our website is designed for students and teachers to read, participate in, and download. Our open-source content is available for use without fear of copyright or republishing infringement. Liberty Nation GenZ  news for kids is set up for easy access to information so that teachable moments swiftly become opportunities to stimulate intelligent student/teacher/parent discussion and civil discourse.

We believe it’s never too early to introduce ideas and concepts about our world in a format that young people can comprehend easily. We encourage thinking skills that foster – not stifle — compelling dialogue with young readers. We desire to promote a respectful conversation that lets freedom ring.

We believe the next generation deserves an opportunity to learn in an open and safe educational environment – free of name-calling, bullying, and obscene gestures.  We do not seek to hegemonize, tyrannize, or oppress individual thought.

We believe the best learning can and does occur in fun and free environments where there is something to interest everyone. LNGenZ.com seeks to engage learners with thought-proving articles, encouraging critical thinking and stimulating their curiosity about what’s going on in the world today. This is achieved through a variety of disciplines:

We encourage young people to read utilizing a simple format that includes audio read-along tracks and a glossary to assist in vocabulary development.

We provide a library of short, sharp, and engaging videos to inform and entertain a class or individual student on a range of topics.

Students have an opportunity to consolidate reading comprehension and test their knowledge in short quizzes based on the articles they read.

LNGenZ.com is a project of One Generation Away, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. 

TIM DONNER

Founder & President

Tim Donner is a radio talk show host, former candidate for the US Senate, and longtime entrpreneur conservatarian policy advocate, and broadcast journalist. He is the founder of One Generation Away and host of the syndicated radio show Liberty Nation heard on WRC, Washington DC and dozens of stations across the land.

LEESA K. DONNER

Editor-in-Chief

Leesa K. Donner is Editor-in-Chief of Liberty Nation. Her writing has been published in American Thinker, CNS News, and Yahoo News among others. She previously worked in the broadcast news industry as a television news anchor, reporter and producer at NBC, CBS and FOX affiliates in Charlotte, Pittsburgh and Washington, DC. Leesa is the author of “Free At Last: A Life-Changing Journey through the Gospel of Luke.”

LAURA VALKOVIC

Managing Editor

Laura Valkovic is Managing Editor of LNGenZ.com and Socio-political Correspondent at LibertyNation.com.  Eclectic in interests and political philosophies, Laura came to journalism after years of working as an educator. Her background as a historian has informed her research and writing styles, as well as her approach to current affairs. Born and raised in Australia, Laura currently resides in Great Britain.

JAMES FITE

Editor-at-Large

James Fite is the Editor-at-Large of Liberty Nation. Jim is a legislation hound and lover of all things self-reliant and free. An author of politics and fiction (often one and the same) he homesteads in the Arkansas wilderness.

SCOTT D. COSENZA, ESQ.

Legal Affairs Editor

Scott Cosenza is Legal Affairs Editor of Liberty Nation. He is Co-Editor of “Roots of Liberty: Unlocking the Federalist Papers” and is the Policy Director for One Generation Away.  An attorney who received his law degree from Villanova University. Scott has broad experience in the constitutional realm from his work in the Maryland legislation, Cato Institute, and at the Bill of Rights Institute, where he co-authored “The Bill of Rights and You.”