Country singer Craig Morgan says young people don’t appreciate freedom of 'this great nation'

Many Americans, especially youth, take their freedoms for granted, says Craig Morgan. The country musician, who rewrote "God, Family, Country," spoke Fox News Digital about being American.   

Morgan remarked, “Freedom—it's that simple. The "That's What I Love About Sunday" singer disappointed that not all Americans can agree. Morgan witnessed disrespect for America's founding liberties.  

"I see it on TV," he explained. The way people don't appreciate our luck makes me shake my head. Lack of education may be to blame.  

Morgan said "I'm not calling anybody stupid." "I'm just saying there's some ignorance in the world, in our society, in particular in the states where people don't understand the importance of the freedoms that we celebrate."  

Morgan said "I'm not calling anybody stupid." "I'm just saying there's some ignorance in the world, in our society, in particular in the states where people don't understand the importance of the freedoms that we celebrate."  

"I see these young folks out there that are doing things, and I just don't — I'm dumbfounded by it," he told. Do not comprehend. Still, I do. Accusing ignorance again.   

College kids act without understanding half their phrases. Slow and learn. Life—not college. See other countries. They'd recognize how lucky and free we are in this magnificent nation.  

"I've had that honor and that privilege, most of which I attribute to my time in service in the United States Army," told.   

"And now I can say honestly that things that I've got to do in the music industry have allowed me to have a different perspective on how fortunate we are in this country."  

I like law enforcement, Morgan said. Saving lives is my goal. I'm me. Every time I considered that, God kept me in this industry. And I knew God wanted me to impact society, others, my family, and everything. Share music and stories to encourage dreams with this book."  

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