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Declaration of Independence

Our Lost Declaration, Declaration of Independence, Senator Mike Lee, History, Thomas Jefferson, Paul H. Yarborough,

Mike Lee: Our Lost Declaration – a misguided view of history

WASHINGTON: The Declaration of Independence is not a founding document. It is a devolved statement of values going back to Henry I and The Charter of Liberties and reinforced a century later with Magna Charta and John I. Jefferson’s reference to the present King of Great Britain as a tyrant did not refer to King ...

A liberal assault on the Constitutional Ideals we celebrate on July 4th

Indeed, the words of the Declaration of Independence served as a powerful statement to the rest of the world why freedom itself was essential -- “…to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the laws of nature and of nature’s God entitle them…”

America’s Founding Fathers; what price did they pay for freedom?

FORT WORTH: We celebrated Flag Day last week and Independence Day is just around the corner. Americans from one end of the country to the other will celebrate with parades, barbecues, and cook-outs filled with food, fun, and last but not least: fireworks. The pyrotechnic displays remind us of what our forebears went through to ...

America’s Founding Fathers: What price freedom?

America's Founding Fathers "chose liberty over safety. When they signed that troublesome manifesto, they weren’t just declaring their independence - they were signing their own death warrant." ~ Mike Rowe

The relevance of Declaration of Independence today

SAN JOSE, July 8, 2014 – In Philadelphia on July 8, 1776, the people rang the Liberty Bell to gather the populace into the square where they read aloud the words of the Declaration of Independence. These words enshrined in the Declaration are indeed quite powerful words today. However, despite the ideals and fiery intent within ...

Take pride in America this 4th of July

WASHINGTON, July 3, 2014  — The Declaration of Independence was a revolutionary step in a process of defining how people shall govern themselves for the good of the individual as well as a society. Thanks to our founding fathers we have the freedoms to vote, complain, speak, worship, and be creative, to invest in ones ...