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McLintock!

Well, it’s Sunday after the Fourth, and we’ll survive the weekend, even if we don’t cure it today, so settle back and enjoy.

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For the GOP Candidates: Saving the Character of the Nation Through Common Purpose

“We are placed among the Nations, and have a national character to establish” (George Washington, 1783) “At this auspicious period, the United States came into existence, and if their Citizens should not be completely free and happy, the fault will be entirely their own.” (GW) “A Republic…if you can keepRead More

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Diagramming Our First Revolution, The “Redcoats” Are Coming, Again

The War for Independence, the Revolutionary War, was not a spontaneous fire, set by a bolt of lightning. I don’t know how, or even if, school children are taught the story of America’s leap for freedom in 1776. I doubt there’s as much brass bands and fanfare in the teachingRead More

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This Day in History

On 7 June 1776 Richard Henry Lee, delegate of Virginia, introduced a resolution in the Continental Congress. It was seconded by John Adams of Massachusetts. Because many members wished to ask for guidance from their colonies the vote delayed until today. The resolution is below in its entirety That these United Colonies are, and of […]

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