Dona Cesarina, an Enemy of TFP

“I don’t like the motto of your society,” quipped Dona Cesarina (see footnote), an acquaintance I had not seen in many years, as I met her by chance near the Conde Prates Building. Dona Cesarina is still a young grandmother … Continue reading

Celebrating Our Military Tradition

Military musicians have always been an integral part of the American armed forces. However, for the first 100 years, military bands bore little resemblance to the marching ensembles of today. When the British began to colonize the New World, their … Continue reading

A Trip to Brazil

I just returned from Brazil with five other American students. The 20-day program, A Trip to Brazil, the Birthplace of the First TFP, sponsored by The American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property — TFP, was incredible! … Continue reading