Category Archives: Patriotism

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

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Tweet of the day – Maximo Alvarez

Important words. The last 30 seconds. 🙌🏽🇺🇸 Maximo Alvarez knows what’s at stake. pic.twitter.com/LdGNJIciy1 — Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi) August 25, 2020

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Video of the day: Home Free – God Bless the U.S.A. (featuring Lee Greenwood and The United States Air Force Band)

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1976 American Freedom Train

Launched on the 200th anniversary of the USA, the American Freedom Train traveled the country carrying artifacts that represent what America is and was. My very best friend, a GM executive at the time, was on the board of the … Continue reading

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Quote of the day …

(Courtesy of Powerline) President Calvin Coolidge celebrated the 150th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1926, with a speech providing a magisterial review of the history and thought underlying the Declaration. His speech on the occasion deserves … Continue reading

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Song of the day – “America!”

The way it used to be. I hope it still is.

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This Day in History: The three-day Battle of Gettysburg

Tara Ross Blog: On this day in 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg begins. Our nation should have been celebrating its 87th birthday that week. Instead, we were engaged in a brutal, 3-day battle that would end with as many as … Continue reading

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Song of the day …

A new version of “God Bless The USA”, featuring Lee Greenwood, Home Free, and the United States Air Force Band.

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President Trump Honors Veterans, POW’s and MIA’s in a Rolling to Remember Ceremony

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Quote of the day – pandemic edition

What has been commonly called rebellion has more often been nothing but a manly and glorious struggle in opposition to the lawless power of rebellious kings and princes. If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better … Continue reading

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