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July 4, 2012

Our Independence Day 2012 compilation: Happy 4th- be Safe, be Free, be Vigilant, and God Bless… (and tomorrow, get back to the work of saving our beloved Republic!)

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Independence Day — Advice from a Patriot Warrior in Afghanistan

2012-07-03-independence-thumbnailPatriot Post – Tuesday, July  3, 2012 PDF

In honor of our nation’s birthday, we offer some thoughts from our Founding Fathers as a fitting reminder of the Liberty we must preserve in America. Have a blessed and safe Independence Day!

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Independence Day 2012

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We are blessed to live in a land that affords such freedom and opportunity, and that is protected by such brave men and women.  These famous quotes on patriotism celebrate our nation and our love of country:

Honoring the USA on Independence Day

American Thinker – July 4, 2012 By Elise  Cooper

Independence  Day, better known as July Fourth, is a national holiday established to honor the  founding of America.  The holiday also commemorates the adoption of the  Declaration of Independence.  American Thinker interviewed a few  patriots who have served their country, asking them what this holiday means to  them, as well as how current events affect American values: …

Morning Bell: Does the Declaration of Independence Still Matter? (You bet it does, and now more than ever!)

Heritage Foundation July 4, 2012 at 8:27 am

The Declaration of Independence was partly intended as a list of grievances against a distant monarch. And both George III and the colonists who disagreed with his rule are long dead. But so are many of those who’ve argued that the Declaration is obsolete. In fact, this is exactly what those who called themselves “progressives” were saying a century ago. Woodrow Wilson, one of the most famous early progressives, argued during the 1912 presidential campaign that “all that Progressives ask or desire is permission…to interpret the Constitution according to the …

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On July 5, 1776, John Adams wrote, “Yesterday was decided the greatest  question which was ever decided among men. A resolution was passed unanimously ‘that these United States are, and of right ought to be, free and independent  states.’ Read more…

Happy 4th of July: Celebrities, politicians honor Independence  Day

July 04, 2012  08:29 AM – Ha! Others from across the pond also took to Twitter to  send their best wishes to Americans on Independence Day. Happy Independence Day  to all American readers. Keep the flame of British liberty burning.  blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhan…— Daniel Hannan (@DanHannanMEP) July 04,  2012 Mr. Hannan also penned a wonderful piece for The Telegraph. “They saw  themselves, not […]

Tea Party Tribune message for Independence Day

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We at the Tea Party Tribune want to remind each of you, boat safely, drive safely and be careful where that bottle rocket lands.

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tea_party_nationOn a hot Summer Day, July 4, 1776 to be exact, a group of men met in Philadelphia.  Each man signed his own name to a document.  In an age of illiteracy, that was unusual enough. As each man signed, he knew either their great venture would be a success or they had just signed their death warrants.  If they were not considered traitors by the British before this, they certainly were now.Those men may have been the greatest gathering of the greatest men this nation has ever produced.  Their Declaration stands the test of time and unfortunately many of the complaints sounded by those patriots of 246 years ago, sound very familiar today.  Continue reading…

The Last Fourth of July ???

PJ Media by Roger L Simon

America, the window of the world, is in danger of closing.

Happy Independence Day

PJ Media. Rick Moran, July 4, 2012

There is perhaps no holiday I look forward to more in my adulthood than the 4th. I have several traditions that have taken hold over the years; watching the wonderful series “The Revolution” on the History Channel all day, playing patriotic music both old and new, steaks on the barbecue, watching the White Sox, and finally a trip to the local fireworks show.

And never far below the surface is a powerful emotion that can emerge at the most unexpected of times. Read on…

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