Category Archives: History

Constitution Day 2022

Although we celebrate July 4, 1776, as the birth of our nation, I think it is more properly  the day of conception. Today, September 17, celebrates the true birth of the United States of America, the day our Constitution was … Continue reading

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9/11 First Responders Have A Message For Politicians Who Forget 9/11

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09.11.01: The towers are hit

As it happened. I think each of us remembers when they first realized what was happening. I was at work. When the second plane hit, my boss ran into my office and said, “It’s terrorism!”

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Memories of Sept 11, 2001, & the American spirit – is it lost?

What I mourn most deeply is our loss of  innocence and unity. The thing that really stands out in my memories of Sept 11, 2001, is the astonishing unity of the majority of Americans – sadness, love of country, enormous … Continue reading

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The Watergate story was one big lie

Did you know this? I didn’t, and I always wondered about it, since it made no sense. Nixon was going to win the election, and he knew it, so why would he order his people to burgle the Democrat Party … Continue reading

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I cry when I listen to this song, but I feel pride at the same time. I’m celebrating my country today, its Independence, its beauty, and essential goodness. You all know that about half of the population says that they … Continue reading

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Behind “The Separation of Church & State”

This week we are hearing this being quoted in social media, mostly as a way to insinuate that it is religion (Christianity) that has improperly influenced the Supreme Court decision on Roe v Wade and Casey, and that Thomas Jefferson … Continue reading

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In Honor Of Our Country – And Her Flag!

Today, June 14, is Flag Day.  In her honor, a bit of music and a bit of history. On September 14 it will be 206 years since the Battle of Baltimore, and the siege on Ft. McHenry.  At the famous … Continue reading

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D-Day. June 6, 1944

78 years ago today, on Tuesday, June 6, 1944, the Allied invasion of Normandy began with Operation Overlord. Better known as D-Day , it was the largest seaborne invasion in history. The operation began the liberation of German-occupied northwestern Europe … Continue reading

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Memorial Day – Remembering Those Who Gave All

Memorial Day originated as Decoration Day after the Civil War, established as a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the war dead with flowers and flags.

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