799 years ago today...

Ted Cruz Facebook 6/15/2014

799 years ago today a band of English barons forced the despotic King John to grant rights to “all the freeman in our kingdom” in a document that became a catalyst for freedom for millions of people around the world.

Magna Carta, as it is known, represented a revolution in governance. […]

Princeton Physicist Dr. Will Happer Refutes Claims that Global Warming is Causing Record Cold

‘Polar vortices have been around forever. They have almost nothing to do with more CO2 in the atmosphere’

Marc Morano Climate Depot 1/7/2014

Award-winning Princeton University Physicist Dr. Will Happer rejected the media and some scientists claims that the record U.S. cold is due to man-made global warming. Happer, explained the science in an exclusive […]

23 December 1776

24 December 2013

“The Crisis Today,” by Thomas Paine, was read to General George Washington’s troops, shortly before the battle of Trenton.

THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, […]

Never give up

Matt Kibbe FreedomWorks for America 11/7/2012



A slightly larger view of Matt Kibbe’s email is here.

Related: “Damn the Torpedoes” a video by Wild Bill for America.

Obama gets another four years and Americans must now stand stronger than ever before to protect our traditional faith and values.

Update: ‘We Must Never […]

July 3, 1775, Cambridge, Massachusetts

Lexington Green Chicago Boyz 7/3/2012

General Washington took command of the Continental Army on this date. He found the army to be “a mixed multitude of people under very little discipline, order or government.”

Through many defeats and hardships, Washington and his officers eventually transformed an armed mob into a war-winning weapon.

Thank, you […]

Maybe if Mayor Bloomberg had studied American history, he might not have excluded clergy from 9/11 commemoration

B. Daniel Blatt Gay Patriot 8/29/2011

As I drive to Colorado to celebrate my father’s upcoming birthday, I have been listening to Ron Chernow’s wonderful biography of George Washington. Last night, when crossing Nevada in the dead of night, but with the temperature fluctuating from the mid-90s to low 100s, I learned of the trials […]