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28 Days of Black History Month: Crispus Attucks

28 Days of Black History Month (February 1st)


Crispus Attucks of Boston, Massachusetts was a Pioneer and Martyr of the American Revolution. He was widely considered to be the 1st casualty of the now infamous Boston Massacre. 157 more words


The Statue of Liberty, a false beacon for Mass Immigration

A brief excerpt from Wikipedia on the Statue:

The Statue of Liberty (Liberty Enlightening the World; French: La Liberté éclairant le monde) is a colossal neoclassical sculpture on Liberty Island in the middle of New York Harbor, in Manhattan, New York City. 596 more words

Sons of Liberty: Accuracy and Story

Last night I finished watching the third and final part of the History Channel’s “Sons of Liberty” series.  I know I’m a bit late to the game since the episode aired Tuesday night, but I’m still hearing mixed reviews about the show that portrayed the American Revolution’s early days. 845 more words


How Accurate is the Sons of Liberty Miniseries?

As I was granted early access to the series, you can find my review at the Journal of the American Revolution at this link below: 58 more words

American History

History Lessons With Goldfish: American Revolution Part 5

Welcome to even more of the American Revolution, the topic that keeps on giving, unfortunately. Here we are in part supteen or whatever it is. I’m sincerely hoping this will be the last post on this subject. 1,687 more words

Funny Business

VIDEO: Hitch and Go Shooting

Use an extra net as your defender.

Using the cage does two things to help younger shooters.

1) If you use cones, younger athletes tend to look down at their feet to make sure they are stepping around the cones instead of keeping their head up. 153 more words


A Bunker Hill Commemoration

Ah, but the fragrance of love in the night

A gentle sweeping curve of ardor

A love gently returned, softly, sweetly

The thrill so joyous as to savor each moment… 259 more words