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Independence Day and what it means to all Americans

It is unfortunate that, for many Americans, Independence Day has simply become a holiday known as July 4th, and revolves around a gathering of family and friends with food and fireworks. There have been various polls over the years and a couple of interesting videos that point out the declining knowledge of Americans as to […]

Achieving President Ronald Reagan’s “Informed Patriotism”

President Ronald Reagan was a Patriot. He loved America. And he knew he was serving “We the People.”  He was also very aware of the fact that our freedom is very precious and delicate. When he was being being inaugurated for his first term as the Governor of California in 1967, Reagan said, “Freedom is a […]

Memorial Day 2018 – Recognizing Those Who Died While Serving

Decorating graves of soldiers with flowers is an ancient tradition.  In America, while there is some evidence it occurred prior to, the practice took on a more-known and more-practiced tradition during and after the United States Civil War. Memorial Day, earlier known as Decoration Day, is a tradition of remembering, honoring and decorating the graves […]

We Must Remain A Free People – The Only On Planet Earth

The unanimous decision of the City Council of Boulder, Colorado, to make it illegal, after June 15, 2018, to have in one’s possession, to buy or sell or otherwise transfer ownership of “semiautomatic firearms designed with military features to allow rapid spray firing for the quick and efficient killing of humans” is a direct assault on […]

Our Founding Fathers – Slavery – American History – World Culture

In recent times there have been protests over statues and memorials that were created to remember people who wore the Confederate uniform, because they were fighting the North in an attempt to keep slavery intact.  Following some of that, there were activists intent upon smearing our Founding Fathers because some of them were, indeed, slave […]

Will the Supreme Court get it right regarding the First Amendment?

Will the Supreme Court get it right regarding the First Amendment? There are three cases being heard by the Supreme Court of the United States in 2018 that have Landmark Decision written all over them. Each of them, on their own, and all of them, collectively, will undoubtedly leave a lasting mark on the freedoms […]

In Search of Liberty accepted at Hoboken Film Festival 2018

The Educational Dramatic Comedy movie In Search of Liberty, has been accepted to screen at the Hoboken International Film Festival 2018.  Hailed as one of the top 10 film festivals in the world, HIFF runs from May 18-24 and is hosted by Greenwood Lake, NY, and held at the Thomas Morahan Waterfront Park – On […]

Federal Judge Tramples on the Right to Bear Arms

Using language that is contrary to the Second Amendment, U.S. District Judge William Young has trampled on some citizens right to bear arms. His ruling to ban military-style and large capacity weapons in Massachusetts is because they are “designed and intended to be particularly suitable for combat rather than sporting applications.”  He then wrote that those […]

Unwarranted Hysteria Over Guns

It is unfortunate that people who must harbor some type of secret agenda come out in droves, actively and loudly, protesting the American citizen’s right to bear arms following mass shootings and other forms of violence where guns are involved.  The blame, for them, is always, always on the gun.  And, that hysteria is not […]