Category Archives: Revolutionary War

Happy Independence Day!

It’s not just the Fourth of July … it’s INDEPENDENCE DAY!

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Thousands of Bikers in Washington for Rally on POW-MIAs

(AGENCE FRANCE-PRESSE) — WASHINGTON — Thousands of bikers roared through Washington for the annual Rolling Thunder rally Sunday, given added fervor this year amid anger over an ongoing scandal concerning medical care for veterans. Organizers estimated around 750,000 bikers and spectators … Continue reading

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Memorial Day

     

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Happy 238th Birthday United States Marine Corps!

“On November 10, 1775, the Continental Congress approved the resolution to establish two battalions of Marines able to fight for independence at sea and on shore. This date marks the official formation of the Continental Marines.” 1st Commandant: Major Samuel … Continue reading

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Obama Admin: Ban on the ‘Don’t Tread on Me’ Navy Jack Because It Is Too Radical [Video]

I’m so outraged over this, I can’t see straight! Once again, the paranoid and vindictive Marxian socialists of the Obama regime assault another rich symbol of American history and long-standing tradition. This just makes me sick. I don’t have words … Continue reading

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7 Leadership Lessons of the American Revolution [FULL LENGTH VIDEO]

YouTube/The Heritage Foundation: In “7 Leadership Lessons”, John Antal reflects on seven defining leadership moments from the American Revolution — moments that helped to win liberty during the struggle for Independence. He details how real people facing real challenges overcame … Continue reading

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All Rise for the National Anthem

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Patrick Henry: ‘Give Me Liberty Or Give Me Death!

St. John’s Church, Richmond, Virginia March 23, 1775. MR. PRESIDENT: No man thinks more highly than I do of the patriotism, as well as abilities, of the very worthy gentlemen who have just addressed the House. But different men often … Continue reading

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Sard Mix: Bridge of Sighs

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Faces of Liberty: Amazing Early Photos of Heroes of the Revolutionary War in Their Old Age

Daily Mail These stunning images are early photographs of some of the men who bravely fought for their country in the Revolutionary War some 237 years ago. Images of Americans who fought in the Revolution are exceptionally rare because few … Continue reading

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