Only the Ignorant Get Offended (RR)

Only the Ignorant Get Offended (RR)

“A DISEASE OF THE MIND” by OPOVV, ©2019 (Jul. 7, 2019) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the place where your mind can take a break; let us do the thinking for you; think of it as watching a TV commercial without the hype, lies and the sex: ‘The Pulse of the […]

A Unique Washington’s Birthday Message

A Unique Washington’s Birthday Message

AMERICA’S FIRST PRESIDENT RETURNS, DECRIES “POLITICS AND POLITICAL PARTIES” by Sharon Rondeau (Feb. 22, 2019) — The Full Disclosure Network has posted a video of “George Washington” addressing the United States of America on Presidents’ Day, February 16, based on his observations of what has occurred since the American Revolution. Washington was born on this […]

Laus Deo

Laus Deo

“PRAISE BE TO GOD!” February 5, 2019 My guess is that 95% of those receiving this email know the meaning of “Laus Deo.”  For those of you who do not know or have forgotten, please read on: One detail that is seldom mentioned is that in Washington, D.C. there can never be a building of […]

Franco-American Alliance (1778)

Franco-American Alliance (1778)

“LONG LIVE THE KING OF FRANCE!” by James Still, ©2018, RetraceOurSteps.com (Sep. 1, 2018) — Following the American victory at Saratoga, negotiations between French and U.S. Diplomats culminated in the signing of two treaties.  The Treaty of Amity and Commerce encouraged trade between France and America.  The Treaty of Alliance provided a military alliance against Great […]

First Presidential Inauguration (1789)

First Presidential Inauguration (1789)

“THE CHARACTER OF AN INDEPENDENT NATION” by James Still, ©2018, RetraceOurSteps.com (Jun. 1, 2018) — On April 30, 1789, citizens crowded the streets and rooftops to witness our Nation’s First Presidential Inauguration.  Dressed in a dark-brown suit with white silk stockings, George Washington placed his hand on the Bible and took the oath of office on […]

First Presidential Election (1789)

First Presidential Election (1789)

“SERVICE TO MY COUNTRY” by James Still, RetraceOurSteps.com, ©2018 (May 1, 2018) — On April 6, 1789, as prescribed by the U.S. Constitution, “… [Congress] counted the votes of the electors for President and Vice President of the United States…”  George Washington was unanimously voted President and John Adams was voted Vice President.  (The terms “Electoral” […]

Historical Influences of Pres. George Washington in Modern Day

Historical Influences of Pres. George Washington in Modern Day

THE “ROOT” OF THE “NATURAL BORN CITIZEN” REQUIREMENT by Cody Robert Judy, ©2017 (Dec. 11, 2017) — Dear Mr. Bradburn- President Mount Vernon Ms. Carol Borchet Cadou- Senior V.P. Historic Preservation Mt. Vernon Ms. Allison Wickens – Education – Mt. Vernon Ms. Melissa Wood – Press/Media Inquires Re: Historical Influences of Pres. George Washington in […]

First National Thanksgiving (1777)

First National Thanksgiving (1777)

“MANIFOLD BLESSINGS” by James Still, RetraceOurSteps.com (Nov. 1, 2017) — In the fall of 1777, American and British forces engaged in two battles near Saratoga, NY.  After suffering heavy losses, the British army fled to Saratoga and surrendered when surrounded by additional American forces.  In recognition of this victory, Congress proclaimed America’s First National Thanksgiving. […]

Marquis de Lafayette: America Loved Lafayette (1834)

Marquis de Lafayette:  America Loved Lafayette (1834)

“A LONG AND EVENTFUL LIFE” by James Still, RetraceOurSteps.com, ©2017 (Oct. 1, 2017) — Marquis de Lafayette served passionately during America’s Revolution.   Along with Benjamin Franklin, Lafayette helped to obtain France’s involvement in our Revolution.  Lafayette also helped secure a victory at Yorktown.  During his final visit to America in 1824, Lafayette became the first […]

Who was George Washington? (1732–1799)

Who was George Washington?  (1732–1799)

“HIS INTEGRITY WAS MOST PURE” by James Still, ©2017, RetraceOurSteps.com (Feb. 1, 2017) — George Washington was born in Virginia on February 22, 1732.  He was appointed County Surveyor at the age of 17 and joined the British Army at 21.  Washington was a Virginia Delegate to the First Continental Congress, Commander-in-Chief of the Continental […]

Would Elite Hollywood Celebrities Sing “God Bless America” Today?

Would Elite Hollywood Celebrities Sing “God Bless America” Today?

“REJECTING THE PEACEFUL TRANSITION OF GOVERNMENT” by Capt Joseph R. John (Ret), Chairman, CombatVeteransForCongress.org (Jan. 18, 2017) — Since April 30, 1789, when George Washington was inaugurated in New York City as the first President of the Republic, there have been 57 peaceful celebrations of the inaugurations of the President of the United States.  Over […]

Patriots vs. Politicians

Patriots vs. Politicians

“SO THAT FUTURE GENERATIONS MIGHT LIVE A BETTER LIFE” by Tom DeWeese, ©2016, The DeWeese Report (Sep. 1, 2016) — Many of the younger generation must be truly bewildered over the emotions older Americans display when expressing love, devotion, respect and reverence for our country. A tear in the eye for a patriotic song… a […]

Proclaim Our Independence! (1776)

Proclaim Our Independence! (1776)

“OUR NEW CHARACTER” by James Still, RetraceOurSteps.com, ©2016 (Sep. 1, 2016) — During the night of July 4, 1776, John Dunlap, the official printer to the Continental Congress, printed approximately 200 single-sided copies, called broadsides, of the Declaration of Independence.  Congress had ordered, “… copies of the declaration [of Independence] be sent to the several […]

The Danger of the Misconception

The Danger of the Misconception

RELIGION, PARTY POLITICS, GOVERNMENT:  DO AMERICANS ACCEPT THE “STATUS QUO?” by Dr. Thomas E. Davis, Colonel, USA (Ret), ©2016 (Aug. 8, 2016) — First, precisely, what is a misconception? Most Americans understand the meaning of the word.  However, I will refine the term “misconception” by the use of synonyms. A misconception is clearly a misunderstanding, misinterpretation, […]

Attention, You Supposed-to-be GOP Leaders

Attention, You Supposed-to-be GOP Leaders

“BIG CHANGE” NEEDED by Dr. Thomas E. Davis, Col., USA (Ret.), ©2016 (Jun. 2, 2016) — Speaking of Sen. Jeff Sessions, Cathy Burke of Newsmax wrote on Tuesday, “In an interview on Politico’s ‘Off Message’ podcast, the Alabama lawmaker — an early backer of the real estate billionaire — says Republican lawmakers have to ‘adjust […]

Demonization of an Icon for State’s Rights

Demonization of an Icon for State’s Rights

“THE HEEL OF TYRANNY” by Michael Gaddy, ©2016, blogging at The Rebel Madman (May 15, 2016) — *Author’s note: With the recent events surrounding allowing perverts and sexual deviants unfettered access to potential victims now being dictated by the central government as vividly seen with the lawsuit against North Carolina for having a governor and […]

Factionalism, Friction, Philandering

Factionalism, Friction, Philandering

THE FALLACY OF TWO-PARTY POLITICS by Dr. Thomas E. Davis, Col., USA (Ret.) (May 15, 2016) — [Editor’s Note:  The following is Part 1 of a new book currently being written by World War II veteran and columnist Dr. Thomas E. Davis, Col., USA (Ret.)] The Remedy 4:22 AM, March 16, 2014 I have just […]

The Poison of Party Politics

The Poison of Party Politics

“PHILOSOPHICAL REPUBLICANS” by Dr. Thomas E. Davis, Col., USA (Ret.), ©2016 (May 14, 2016) — From the left-tilted magazine “Politico” comes this: “Do the Democrats Have a Next Act? Forget the Republican squabble—it’s Hillary’s party that needs to find new ideas,” by Todd S. Purdum,1/15/2016. “Search “Todd S. Purdum-Politico” for more on this writer. The content […]

Ted Cruz Announces Run for Second Term in U.S. Senate, But Is He Eligible?

Ted Cruz Announces Run for Second Term in U.S. Senate, But Is He Eligible?

SOURCE:  CRUZ’S MOTHER TOOK CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP by Sharon Rondeau (May 11, 2016) — On Wednesday, former Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz announced in an email that although his presidential campaign is no longer active, he filed the necessary documents to seek re-election to the U.S. Senate in 2018, when his current six-year term will conclude. […]

Common Sense: Independence (1776)

Common Sense:  Independence (1776)

“THE FATE OF AMERICA” by James Still, RetraceOurSteps.com, ©2016 (May 1, 2016) — After reading Thomas Paine’s Common Sense, many citizens shared the pamphlet with friends.  George Washington described the general reaction to Common Sense: “My countrymen I know, from their form of government, and steady attachment heretofore to royalty, will come reluctantly into the […]

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