Category Archives: History

21 Apr

Our Concord Bridge

Has the audacity of the Obama Administration and the sanctimonious stooges; Reid, Pelosi, and Biden pushed America to the Concord Bridge of the Twenty-First Century. Our Concord Bridge is no wooden bridge over the Concord River in Massachusetts, a bridge … Continue reading

Posted in 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment, American Exceptionalism, Barack Obama, Constitution, Economy, Energy, Freedom, Global Warming, History, Law Enforcement, Military, POWER GRAB!, Taxes, True Heroes | Tagged , , , | 27 Comments | 540 views
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17 Apr

Long Live The Republic (Guest Post)

For over two hundred and thirty years the Republic has weathered wars, epidemics, hostile neighbors, worldwide conflicts, economic disasters, internal struggles, and competing ideologies. Its birth was a long and desperate struggle for independence against the strongest and most advanced … Continue reading

Posted in American Exceptionalism, Constitution, History | Tagged , , | 7 Comments | 276 views
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15 Mar

Articles Of Impeachment Ignored By The Press

Posted in Barack Obama, Constitution, History, MSM Bias, Politics | 10 Comments | 454 views
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17 Feb

The Original, Right-Wing Extremist (Guest Post)

One can reasonably presume how today’s Left would characterize and attack the person I am about to describe to you. Without a doubt, he would be characterized as some sort of dangerous, right-wing, tea-bagging, homophobic, Christian Neanderthal who should be … Continue reading

Posted in Conservatism, History, Military, military history, Politics, Religion | Tagged , , , , | 16 Comments | 799 views
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12 Feb

Happy Birthday, President #16

“Don’t believe everything you read on the internet.” -President Abraham Lincoln I remember walking into Barnes & Nobles and being captivated by the jacket cover of this novel. I didn’t purchase the book, but thought it was a great concept. … Continue reading

Posted in Book Review, Daily Distraction, Entertainment, History, movie review | 13 Comments | 243 views
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9 Feb

Ladies and gentlemen…50 years later- the Beatles!

50 years ago this evening I sat in my parent’s living room as a youngster and watched on the only TV we had the Beatles appear on the Ed Sullivan show. It was electrifying. My parents regularly watched the Ed … Continue reading

Posted in History, On This Day, Personal, This Day in History, Uncategorized | Tagged , , | 7 Comments | 289 views
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15 Jan

Mohammed Atta wasn’t “core Al Qaeda” either

The Obama regime has made much of the assertion that “Core Al Qaeda” was not part of the Benghazi attacks on September 11, 2012. The State Department confirmed Wednesday that two Libyan groups reportedly set to be designated as terrorists … Continue reading

Posted in 9/11, American Intelligence, Benghazi Attack, History, propaganda bureau, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 8 Comments | 194 views
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7 Dec

Mandela- beyond the image

Nelson Mandela wrote about his feelings when he left prison in 1990: “As I walked out of the door toward the gate that would lead to my freedom, I knew that if I didn’t leave my bitterness and hatred behind, … Continue reading

Posted in Africa, History, independence, Media, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 260 Comments | 1,337 views
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4 Nov

“Marg bar Amrika”

“President Carter inherited an impossible situation — and he and his advisers made the worst of it.”-Gaddis Smith

On this day in history 34 years ago, remember, remember the 4th of November; when militant Islamic students stormed the U.S. embassy, holding 52 Americans hostage for 444 days.

To commemorate that takeover, and to demonstrate opposition to the new president’s call to “tone down” the common, daily-expressed slogan, “Death to America” chants, “tens of thousands” of protesters gathered in Tehran outside the old U.S. embassy in their own “million Islamist march” (or, as they call it, “National Day to Fight Global Arrogance”):

Posted in Anti-Americanism, Fanatical Islam, Hollywood Limousine & Learjet Liberals, Iran, movie review, On This Day, This Day in History | 5 Comments | 201 views
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24 Oct

She Wore Silver Thimbles

July 12, 1860 An excerpt from the Oregon Trail Journal of Sable Murphree: : My beloved Caleb came down with the Cholera two nights ago; I fear he will die in a few hours. He fights bravely to hang on, … Continue reading

Posted in Culture, Daily Distraction, Feminism, Freedom, Gay Marriage, History, Race | Tagged , , | 13 Comments | 335 views
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