Category Archives: Patriotism

Remembering The Honored Dead

I sat on an ancient stool at the bar and ordered a dark ale.  A gas pipe hung low over the bar.  As I looked up at it I was mesmerized by the long row of chicken wishbones draped on it with strands of dust that were so long that it could have been Spanish moss if this was bayou country.  My curiosity got the better of me as I pointed up to the sight and asked the bartender what this was.

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The People’s Revolution

JULY 4, 1776:  THE CONTINENTAL CONGRESS DECLARES AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE!

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Respecting Donald Trump

“There is one thing, my dear sir, that must be attempted and most sacredly observed or we are all undone. There must be decency and respect, and veneration introduced for persons of authority of every rank, or we are undone. In a popular government, this is our only way.”

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Memorial Day Remembrances

Here is my story of The Lads. If you can read this without choking up and having a tear come to your eye, you don’t understand what it means to be an American in a free country.

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A New Hope For America

The long national nightmare has come to an end.

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Remembering 911

After months of sifting through rubble, workers found part of the face of a murdered fireman. His fourteen year old son was quoted in the paper saying “Now I can bury my father.”

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