Tag Archives: July 4th

Frederick Douglass’ Fourth of July Speech

As you listen to this, it is almost unbelievable that a black man had enough courage to make a speech like this in pre-Civil War America. One of the greatest American speeches of all times. Some of it is sadly … Continue reading

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“Old Glory” Still Flies Over A Changing Nation

This Old Flag by Larry Hodgden Nothing better represents the freedoms and liberty we enjoy as Americans than “Old Glory.” In 1776 when George Washington asked Betsy Ross to sew a flag with 13 stars and stripes they could not … Continue reading

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Yer Marching Orders!

  Get out and march in your local Independence Day Parade. Be proud to stand up for what Democrats believe in. We are what made America great! Find your local parade and join in with the local Democrats. If there … Continue reading

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Weekly Observations July 4th Edition.

The big central question this election is quite simple and also quite akin to what sparked the original Revolutionary War two hundred plus years ago. The central question is whether or not our government is for the rich and powerful. … Continue reading

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Sunday Funday – It’s July 4th Already?

I think most people know the stories of July 4th. I love July 4th. So let’s have some hot dogs, some cold ones and lots of fun! 1) Rumors are that 1776 was a hot and miserable summer. What was … Continue reading

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