Tag: Declaration of Independence
A number of our social problems and political divisions come from the inability of people to formulate and conform to a national identity. Minorities fail to assimilate properly because they’re not taught what it means to be an American. Even non-immigrant students are sometimes confused about what is right with America, what is wrong about our history, and whether or not they should be proud of their country.
The History of repeated Injuries and Usurpations by the guy whose middle name is Hussein is not unlike that which the Founding Fathers enumerated as justification for declaring independence from George III’s England.
Since the inception of what would become the United States of America, the declaration, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,” redefined forever the phenomenon of “government,” as well as the justification of war.
The most formidable American revolutionaries are armed with resolve, and a love for freedom, and yes, a love for people. Let’s look at the psycho/social characteristics of the most effective fighters in the New Revolution. (Unlike those on the Left–Occupy Wall Street–they are not prone to unnecessary violence or destructive acts.)
“What can we do to get these books into classrooms and libraries?” After a time I made a little sign that said, “Please buy two books and donate the extra one to your local school.” Like any worthy endeavor, selling books is a grassroots
Barak Obama is not a King, but his behavior is that of a tyrant. Our American primogenitors, during the torrid summer of 1776, understood the stakes of their gamble with the lives and liberty of the Colonists.
There will be a movement in which individual states, and in some cases, regions of states, will secede from The United States. It will be a sort of Secessionist Club, whose front of battle is one more of the ideological warfare of the pen and less the bloodletting of the sword.
My life had veered off the beloved path of companionship and shared history with a man whom I loved, and that my single status would become the status quo for me, and a generation of displaced, disoriented, and dispossessed Boomers.