Posted by PP

To whom it may concern:
This is the day we celebrate our independence from tyranny. Savor it. It’s coming to an end.
The gay pride flag and the Mexican flag will fly alongside Old Glory soon,in the name of almighty diversity.
Your children and children’s children will be taught that this is the day that white Europeans officialy stole land rightfully belonging to minorities and brought in slaves to enrich themselves and became the bullies of the world.
I hate to sound like an Eeyore but I’m just being pragmatic. I have seen nothing to give me hope that things will ever get better. As conservatives we face an adversarial media,educational system,the democrat party and republican elites who have insulated themselves against their base with tons of corporate money. The other side will do anything to win; our side doesn’t seem to care anymore, if it ever truly did.
We are being invaded by massive swarms of low income,low educated people to put an unsustainable drag on our welfare system and there is nothing we can do to stop it. One party wants the votes to continue in power in perpetuity and the other is being financed by corporate entities who want a continuous influx of cheap labor. All the sacrifices that have been made the last 238 years are being stolen because too many people stood by and did nothing.

I have posted a few of my favorite patriotic videos if anybody cared.






On This Day in 1776
On this day in 1776, the Declaration of Independence was signed and the door to the United States of America opened even wider. Nobler pens than mine have graced this event with prose, but I think it is worthwhile to reflect that however impossible the American Dream might seem to us today, it seemed a great deal less plausible to the Founding Fathers then. I defer to John Adams, who penned the following letter (shown here in part) to his wife, Abigail, describing the tumultuous events he helped orchestrate


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  2. Pistol Pete

    Independence Day, 2014
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