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  • Trump Who’s Next Washington? Jefferson?

    The Historical Marker Database lists more than 13,000 monuments and memorials across the county

    God bless President Trump

    History Happened Here

    Confederate Memorial – Arlington National Cemetery

    www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/Explore/Monuments-and…/Confederate-Memorial

    Not for fame or reward
    Not for place or for rank
    Not lured by ambition
    Or goaded by necessity
    But in simple
    Obedience to duty
    As they understood it
    These men suffered all
    Sacrificed all
    Dared all-and died

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    Confederate Memorial

    By the end of 1901 all the Confederate soldiers buried in the national cemeteries at Alexandria, Virginia, and at the Soldiers’ Home in Washington were brought together with the soldiers buried at Arlington and reinterred in the Confederate section.

    The history of Arlington National Cemetery is steeped in the Civil War, for it was this great national struggle that necessitated the establishment of this cemetery to bury its many dead. For many years following the war, the bitter feelings between North and South remained, and although hundreds of Confederate soldiers were buried at Arlington, it was considered a Union cemetery. Family members of Confederate soldiers were denied permission to decorate their loved ones’ graves and in extreme cases were even denied entrance to the cemetery.

    These ill feelings were slow to die but over time they did begin to fade. Many historians believe it was the national call to arms during the Spanish-American War that brought northerners and southerners together at last. In that war numerous Confederate veterans volunteered their services and joined their Northern brothers on the battlefield in the common defense of our nation. In June 1900, in this spirit of national reconciliation, the U.S. Congress authorized that a section of Arlington National Cemetery be set aside for the burial of Confederate dead.

    By the end of 1901 all the Confederate soldiers buried in the national cemeteries at Alexandria, Virginia, and at the Soldiers’ Home in Washington were brought together with the soldiers buried at Arlington and reinterred in the Confederate section. Among the 482 persons buried there are 46 officers, 351 enlisted men, 58 wives, 15 southern civilians, and 12 unknowns. They are buried in concentric circles around the Confederate Monument, and their graves are marked with headstones that are distinct for their pointed tops. Legend attributes these pointed-top tombstones to a Confederate belief that the points would “keep Yankees from sitting on them.”

    To further honor these citizens of the South, the United Daughters of the Confederacy petitioned to erect a major monument to the Confederate dead. On March 4, 1906 Secretary of War William Howard Taft granted their request. The cornerstone was laid on Nov. 12, 1912 at a ceremony featuring speakers William Jennings Bryan and James A. Tanner, a former Union corporal who lost both legs at the second Battle of Bull Run. He was commander in chief of the Union veterans group, The Grand Army of the Republic. That same evening, President William Howard Taft addressed the United Daughters of the Confederacy at a reception in the Daughters of the American Revolution’s Centennial Hall.

    Chosen to design the memorial was the world-renowned sculptor, Moses Ezekiel. Ezekiel brought more than just his artistic talents to this project for he was also a Confederate veteran who knew firsthand the horrors of the Civil War. He is now buried at the base of the famous monument which he created.

    The Confederate Monument was unveiled before a large crowd of northerners and southerners on June 4, 1914, the 106th anniversary of the birthday of the president of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis. President Woodrow Wilson delivered an address and veterans of both the Union and Confederacy placed wreaths on the graves of their former foes, symbolizing the reconciliation between the North and South, the memorial’s central theme.

    Ezekiel created a monument rich in symbols. Standing atop the 32-foot monument is a larger-than-life figure of a woman representing the South. Her head is crowned with olive leaves, her left hand extends a laurel wreath toward the South, acknowledging the sacrifice of her fallen sons. Her right hand holds a pruning hook resting on a plow stock. These symbols bring to life the biblical passage inscribed at her feet: “And they shall beat their swords into plow shares and their spears into pruning hooks.”

    The plinth on which she stands is embossed with four cinerary urns symbolizing the four years of the Civil War. Supporting the plinth is a frieze of 14 inclined shields, each depicts the coat of arms of one of the 13 Confederate states and Maryland, which did not join the Confederacy but supported the South in the war.

    Below the plinth is another frieze of life-sized figures depicting mythical gods and Southern soldiers. At the front of the monument, the panoplied figure of Minerva, Goddess of War and Wisdom, attempts to hold up the figure of a fallen woman (“The South”) who is resting upon her shield, “The Constitution.” Behind “The South,” the Spirits of War are trumpeting in every direction calling the sons and daughters of the South to aid their falling mother. On either side of the fallen woman are figures depicting those sons and daughters who came to her aid and who represent each branch of the Confederate service: Soldiers, Sailor, Sapper and Miner.

    Completing the frieze are six vignettes illustrating the effect of the war on Southerners of all races. The vignettes include a black slave following his young master; an officer kissing his infant child in the arms of her mammy; a blacksmith leaving his bellows and workshop as his sorrowful wife looks on; a young lady binding the sword and sash on her beau; and a young officer standing alone.

    The base of the memorial features several inscriptions. On its front face are the seal of the Confederacy and a tribute by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, followed by the Latin phrase: “Victrix Causa Diis Placuit Sed Victa Caton.” This phrase means: “The Victorious Cause was Pleasing to the Gods, But the Lost Cause to Cato.” On the rear of the monument is an inscription attributed to the Reverend Randolph Harrison McKim, who was a Confederate chaplain and who served as pastor of the Epiphany Church in Washington for 32 years. It reads:

    Not for fame or reward
    Not for place or for rank
    Not lured by ambition
    Or goaded by necessity
    But in simple
    Obedience to duty
    As they understood it
    These men suffered all
    Sacrificed all
    Dared all-and died

    In addition to Moses Ezekiel, three other Confederate soldiers are buried at the base of the monument. They are Lt. Harry C. Marmaduke who served in the Confederate Navy, Capt. John M. Hickey of the Second Missouri Infantry and Brig. Gen. Marcus J. Wright who commanded brigades at Shiloh and Chickamauga.

    Peters, James Edward. Arlington National Cemetery: Shrine to America’s Heroes. Woodbine House, 1986.

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    ‘Is It George Washington Next Week?’: Trump Blasts Monument Removals as ‘Changing History’

    Tucker on Fate of Slaveholders Washington, Jefferson: ‘If That’s the …

    insider.foxnews.com/…/tucker-carlson-washington-jefferson-slave-holders-memorials…

    2 hours ago – Tucker Carlson said President Trump mentioned an often-overlooked idea on the left during his press conference Tuesday.

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    More than 13,000 monuments and memorials across the county (cont.)

    National and global events all happened some­where, and historical markers mark the place where many occurred. But the richness of history is in its local details, details that can be insignificant on the global stage: the home of an in­di­vi­dual who made a dif­fe­rence; a natural feature, building, byway; or just some­thing in­te­res­ting that happened nearby. History is not just about the high and mighty.

    Markers tell stories and point out facts. There is one at the site the northernmost battle of the U.S. Civil War and another at the southernmost point in the United States (can you guess where?). There is one next to a 17th century Japanese stone lantern symbolizing 20th century peace, and another one less than 20 miles away reminding us of the Nike missile sites that were built the same year the lantern was dedicated. They tell of battles,  massacres and hangings; of hu­ma­ni­ta­rians, educators, and a beloved stagecoach horse; of mountains, lakes, rivers, bridges, roads, and other natural and man-made wonders.

    There are countless thousands of great stories marked by markers—and some boring ones too. Some markers simply recite facts while others are insightful, obscure, cryptic, patriotic, fas­ci­na­ting, sad, funny, or just downright bizarre. Many of those markers are on these pages, others are waiting for you to discover and add them to this database.

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  • July 4, 2017 Still Waving over my Hometown

    I received a beautiful picture of the American flag waving over my home town.

    I  am sharing this with you on my website, as a proud, patriotic American grandmother, my grandson Josh took the picture, and he shared it.

    Indeed on, July 4, 2017,  Independence Day, Old Glory will Still be Waving over my Hometown, Port Angeles WA USA.

    joni howard: Picture of PA Josh took
    View photo

    https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipNTyViZc9uFv6ME5dGwP2iTjpNdvLS64EbL1KO9owOsvRWzBHZypMtEWD8GRFPswg?key=RmY0UmJUbVhqQnVfQXVIR1BhQU1YWXNOTjdmZ0Rn

    On your social media, face book, please share my picture and your picture of  the American flag, Old Glory “STILL WAVING OVER YOUR HOMETOWN”.

    This video is worth 10,000 words

    All American Citizens need to be reminded…..

    My Name Is Old Glory – YouTube

    ▶ 2:52

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUqLAIsybTk

    Sep 30, 2013 – Uploaded by DeRon Johnson

    My Name Is Old Glory I am the flag of the United States of America My … By far this is my most favorite poem of …

    I stand with President Trump. “I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.”

    The pledge of allegiance to the flag  is my American heritage, it was originally published in The Youth’s Companion on September 8, 1892.

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    The National Anthem? The Star Spangled Banner?

    1814, WAS INSPIRED BY THE SIGHT OF THE AMERICAN FLAG STILL FLYING OVER  Fort McHenry after a night of heavy British bombardment.

    July 4, 2017 this, my Independence Day posting WAS INSPIRED BY THE SIGHT OF THE AMERICAN FLAG STILL WAVING OVER MY HOMETOWN PORT ANGELES WA USA. after months of heavy bombardment on President Trump,  by the politico establishment, democrat’s and the liberal news media.

    Be Inspired, On your social media, face book  please share my picture and your pictures of  the American flag, Old Glory “STILL WAVING OVER OUR HOMETOWNS”.

    July 4, 2017, Where does that star-spangled banner yet wave
    O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

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    The Old Glory video above is worth 10,000 words

    full unedited text

    My name is Old Glory

    I am the flag of the United States of America
    My name is Old Glory.

    I fly atop the world’s tallest buildings.
    I stand watch in America’s halls of justice.
    I fly majestically over great institutes of learning.
    I stand guard with the greatest military power in the world.
    Look up! And see me!

    I stand for peace, honor, truth, and justice.
    I stand for freedom.
    I am confident . . . I am arrogant.
    I am proud.

    When I am flown with my fellow banners,
    my head is a little higher,
    my colors a little truer.

    I bow to no one.
    I am recognized all over the world.
    I am worshipped.
    I am saluted.
    I am respected.
    I am revered. I am loved.
    And I am feared.

    I have fought every battle of every war for more than 200 years…
    Gettysburg, Shilo, Appomatox, San Juan Hill, the trenches of France,
    the Argonne Forest, Anzio, Rome, the beaches of Normandy,
    the deserts of Africa, the cane fields of the Philippines,
    the rice paddies and jungles of Guam, Okinawa, Japan, Korea, Vietnam,
    and a score of places long forgotten by all but those who were with me.

    I was there!

    I led my soldiers.
    I followed them.
    I watched over them…
    They loved me.

    I was dirty, battle-worn and tired,
    but my soldiers cheered me,
    and I was proud.

    I have been soiled, burned, torn and trampled on the streets of countries
    I have helped set free.
    It does not hurt . . . for I am invincible.
    I have been soiled, burned, torn and trampled on the streets of my country,
    and when it is by those with whom I have served in battle . . . it hurts.
    But I shall overcome . . . for I am strong.

    I have slipped the bonds of Earth
    and stand watch over the uncharted new frontiers of space
    from my vantage point on the moon.

    I have been a silent witness to all of America’s finest hours.
    But my finest hour comes
    when I am torn into strips to be used for bandages
    for my wounded comrades on the field of battle.
    when I fly at half mast to honor my soldiers…
    and when I lie in the trembling arms
    of a grieving mother at the graveside of her fallen son.

    I am proud.
    My name is Old Glory.
    Dear God . . . Long may I wave!

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    USA national anthem (with lyrics) – YouTube

    ▶ 2:05

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PK7xF1RGCQY

    Oct 17, 2008 – Uploaded by CortezFL

    Carmelo33: http://www.youtube.com/user/Carmelo33 Oh, say, can you see, by the dawn’s early light

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     The U.S. National Anthem

    “The Star Spangled Banner”, was ordered played at military and naval occasions by President Woodrow Wilson in 1916, but was not designated the national anthem by an Act of Congress until 1931.

    The words were written in 1814 by Francis Scott Key, who had been inspired by the sight of the American flag still flying over Fort McHenry after a night of heavy British bombardment. The text was immediately set to a popular melody of the time, “To Anacreon in Heaven.”

    The National Anthem consists of four verses. On almost every occasion only the first verse is sung.

    HAVE YOU EVER READ ALL FOUR VERSES?

    Oh, say can you see by the dawn’s early light
    What so proudly we hailed at the twilight’s last gleaming?
    Whose broad stripes and bright stars thru the perilous fight,
    O’er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming?
    And the rockets’ red glare, the bombs bursting in air,
    Gave proof through the night that our flag was still there.
    Oh, say does that star-spangled banner yet wave
    O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave?

    On the shore, dimly seen through the mists of the deep,
    Where the foe’s haughty host in dread silence reposes,
    What is that which the breeze, o’er the towering steep,
    As it fitfully blows, half conceals, half discloses?
    Now it catches the gleam of the morning’s first beam,
    In full glory reflected now shines in the stream:
    ‘Tis the star-spangled banner! Oh long may it wave
    O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

    And where is that band who so vauntingly swore
    That the havoc of war and the battle’s confusion,
    A home and a country should leave us no more!
    Their blood has washed out their foul footsteps’ pollution.
    No refuge could save the hireling and slave’
    From the terror of flight and the gloom of the grave:
    And the star-spangled banner in triumph doth wave
    O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

    Oh! thus be it ever, when freemen shall stand
    Between their loved home and the war’s desolation!
    Blest with victory and peace, may the heav’n rescued land
    Praise the Power that hath made and preserved us a nation.
    Then conquer we must, when our cause it is just,
    And this be our motto: “In God is our trust.”
    And the star-spangled banner in triumph shall wave
    O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

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    “In God we trust.”

    Long may Old Glory wave!

    O’er the land of the free and the home of the brave.

    Amen


  • President Trump’s Industrial Resolution

    JUNE 1, 2017 President Trump’s Industrial Resolution

    America First, jobs, jobs, jobs…

    I watched President Trump’s  full speech, and his decision, as an American taxpayer it made a lot of CENTS to me, in fact SPENDING MILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF DOLLARS OF AMERICAN TAXPAYER’S  MONEY AND LOSING TENS OF THOUSANDS OF AMERICAN  JOBS, TO SUBSIDIZE  AND SUPPORT THE WORLD’S BIGGEST GLOBAL POLLUTERS.

    AMERICA PAYS WHILE  THEY CONTINUE TO POLLUTE

    Donald Trump: U.S. leaves the Paris climate agreement 2017-06-01 …

    ▶ 28:02

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8TDM_Z52RM

    17 hours ago – Uploaded by JJ Arkiv

    Donald Trump: U.S. leaves the Paris climate agreement 2017-06-01. … Accord.” (C-SPAN) – Duration: 27 …

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    The bottom line….

    By definition President Trump’s INDUSTRIAL RESOLUTION, was a firm decision to do something or not to do something. period

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    HOW WAS THE  WA DC DEMOCRAT PROGRESSIVE UNITED NATIONS GLOBALIZATION ‘EDICT SYSTEM’ WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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    President Trump could have said, “I represent Port Angeles not Paris”

    Behind My Back | Trump Jr Human Toll Issues – WA DC Edicts

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/06/11/5111/

    Jun 11, 2016 – Donald Trump Jr has been informed of the issues. Toni Webb’s issues are… THE SOCIAL, ECONOMIC CATASTROPHE CAUSED BY …

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    Behind My Back | The Human Toll of WA DC Edicts 2012-2016

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/06/10/the-human-toll-of-wa-dc-edicts-2012-2016/

    Jun 10, 2016The Human Toll of WA DC Edicts 2012-2016. APR 26, 2016 – LET ME ASK AMERICA A QUESTION. HOW HAS THE ‘SYSTEM’ BEEN WORKING OUT FOR YOU …

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    Behind My Back | Doing Local Business From WA D.C. Edicts?

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/05/19/doing-local-business-from-wa-d-c-edicts/

    May 19, 2016 – My website, behindmyback.org, is dedicated to investigating, researching, documenting and disseminating information and reporting. EVERYTHING GOVERNMENT FROM SOUP TO NUTS.… is posted on my website. This was my 721st posting on my website,… Obama’s … Under The bipartisan Healthy Sustainable Food Act. In 2015 THE …

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    Pie N Politics » Human toll of Washington D.C. edicts — especially …

    pienpolitics.com/?p=25786

    Jun 11, 2016 – PNP comment: The below info was recently brought to our attention by Pearl Hewett in Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington, who stated her county has …

    PNP comment: The below info was recently brought to our attention by Pearl Hewett in Port Angeles, Clallam County, Washington, who stated her county has the same problems as Siskiyou in California and Josephine Co. in Oregon. Below is the link to Pearl’s webpage connecting the dots. Also, a BIG thank you to our local KARE Assoc. for putting these facts together. They have followed and documented the destruction to the environment by the Greenies and government for more than 25 years! — Editor Liz Bowen

    http://www.behindmyback.org/2016/06/10/the-human-toll-of-wa-dc-edicts-2012-2016

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    DONALD J. TRUMP  ASKED AMERICA A  QUESTION

    “Let me ask America a question” – Donald J Trump – YouTube

    ▶ 5:41

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6IMbfy-Ytmw

    Apr 16, 2016 – Uploaded by The Australian Patriarchy

    Article: http://www.wsj.com/articles/letmeaskamerica-a-question-1460675882 Archive: http …

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    JUNE 2, 2017 LET ME ASK AMERICA  TWO QUESTIONS.

    HOW DID THE  WA DC DEMOCRAT PROGRESSIVE UNITED NATIONS GLOBALIZATION ‘EDICT SYSTEM’ WORK OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

    HOW IS PRESIDENT TRUMP’S, AMERICA FIRST, INDUSTRIAL RESOLUTION WORKING OUT FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?

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    As President of the U.S.A, Donald Trump  left the Paris climate agreement 2017-06-01 an action  solving a big problem, dispute, and a contentious matter.

    The bottom line….

    By definition President Trump’s INDUSTRIAL RESOLUTION, was a firm decision to do something or not to do something. period


  • Lincoln -Trump Veteran’s Remembrance

    Lincoln -Trump Veteran’s Remembrance

    Memorial Day is a solemn day of remembrance for everyone who has died serving in the American armed forces. The holiday, originally known as Decoration Day, started May 30, 1868  after the Civil War to honor the Union and Confederate dead.

    PRESIDENT ABRAHAM LINCOLN’S DAY OF VETERAN’S REMEMBRANCE WAS THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS NOV 19, 1863 NEARLY FIVE YEARS EARLIER

    DONALD J. TRUMP’S DAY OF VETERAN’S  REMEMBRANCE WAS JAN 28, 2016 NINE MONTHS BEFORE HE WAS ELECTED PRESIDENT.

    Watch full Video of Donald Trump’s veterans event | FOX2now.com

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    WHEN THE GOVERNMENT  SAID,  IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

    On Nov 8, 2016 PATRIOTIC American’s silent citizens remembered, our Veterans et al and Voted for Trump

    IT WAS GOLDEN,  WE ELECTED PRESIDENT TRUMP, OUR VOTE WAS LOUDER THEN OUR VOICE,

    WHEN AMERICAN CITIZENS HAD A CHOICE OF FIGHT OR FLIGHT

    THE GOVERNMENT  SAID,  IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

    AND, THE FBI SAID,  RUN, HIDE, FIGHT AS A LAST RESORT

    FIGHTING THE OXYMORON OF U. S. GOVERNMENT INTELLIGENCE IS EXHAUSTING

    THE WA DC DEMOCRAT’S HAVE AND HAD ERECTED A MULTITUDE OF NEW OFFICES, AND SENT HITHER SWARMS OF OFFICERS TO HARASS WE THE PEOPLE AND EAT OUT OUR SUBSTANCE

    DEMOCRAT’S  HAVE CALLED TOGETHER LEGISLATIVE BODIES AT PLACES UNUSUAL, UNCOMFORTABLE, AND DISTANT FROM THE DEPOSITORY OF OUR PUBLIC RECORDS, FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF FATIGUING US INTO COMPLIANCE WITH THEIR MEASURES.

    THE AMERICAN VOTERS HAD A CHOICE, WE REMEMBERED THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.

    PRESIDENT TRUMP HAD CHOICES.

    HE CHOOSE TO FIGHT AS A FIRST RESORT.

    TIMELY ADVICE FROM WINSTON CHURCHILL, 

    “NEVER GIVE UP ON SOMETHING THAT YOU CAN’T GO A DAY WITHOUT THINKING ABOUT.

    NEVER GIVE IN. NEVER GIVE IN. NEVER, NEVER, NEVER, NEVER—IN NOTHING, GREAT OR SMALL, LARGE OR PETTY—NEVER GIVE IN…..

    IF YOU’RE GOING THROUGH HELL, KEEP GOING.

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    I AM A DEPLORABLE, I STAND WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP. 

    IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING

    SILENCE IS NOT GOLDEN WHEN IT COMES TO AMERICAN LIBERTY AND FREEDOM.

    Behind My Back | Paul and Pearl Revere

    www.behindmyback.org/2014/03/28/paul-and-pearl-revere/

    Mar 28, 2014SILENCE is NOT golden when it comes to American liberty and … read more at: http://www.poets.org/viewmedia.php/prmMID/15640#sthash.

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    FIGHT WITH PRESIDENT TRUMP AS A FIRST RESORT ON MEMORIAL DAY 2017

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN, “GETTYSBURG ADDRESS” (19 NOVEMBER 1863)

    [1] Fourscore and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

    [2] Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this.

    [3] But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate-we can not consecrate-we can not hallow-this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us-that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion-that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain-

    that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom-and that government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth.

    Behind our backs, behind closed doors

    Indeed, It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this.

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    THE BRAVE MEN, LIVING AND DEAD WHO STRUGGLED HERE…

    President Trump at the Lincoln Memorial

    Jan 19, 2017,  6:15 PM I just watched President Trump and his family standing and looking up at the Lincoln Memorial.

    In the exact spot I stood many years ago. The 30 year old memory was the inspiration for this website, as you all know.

    Watching the fire works, listening to the music, I am so proud to be an American deplorable, Delighted that America finally has a President that is patriotic enough to put America First.