…present the best version of “God Bless the U.S.A.” ever recorded. Happy Independence Day!
We had another minor conservative victory delivered by President Trump. He signed a new Executive Order. Here is an excerpt:
Employers adopting skills- and competency-based hiring recognize that an over-reliance on college degrees excludes capable candidates and undermines labor-market efficiencies.... [Read More]
I was going to wait until after Thanksgiving, but it seems there are too many downers in the recent postings…
You may be in need of a chuckle…
While listening to The David Webb Show on SiriusXM yesterday morning, a clip from this version of “The Star-Spangled Banner” was played, performed by a band named Madison Rising:
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This is so crazy to be against this flag because it has 13 stars. ALL RECENT FLAGS HAVE HAD THIRTEEN STRIPES so all US flags are evil by these people. Nike needs to change their slogan to “Just Don’t Do It Because Someone Somewhere Will Get Offended”. ... [Read More]
10 Cents had the opportunity, he totally missed it. So let me be the first to wish all, yes each and every Ratburger….
Get a load of this: Spurs’ Lonnie Walker Says He ‘Will Never Celebrate 4th of July.’ From the article:
Lonnie Walker IV, the recently selected 1st round pick of the San Antonio Spurs, took to Twitter on Independence Day, to say that he “will never celebrate 4th of July.”... [Read More]
There can only be one reason why Tschiakovsky’s 1812 Overture has become such a fixture at Independence Day celebrations.
Cannons.... [Read More]
You know, in the bayous of Louisiana – quelle beau pays – that’s what the Cajuns say.
And in New York’s Little Italy – que bella terra – that’s how they say it their way.
And in the beer halls of Milwaukee, you’ll hear the words wie schöne das Land.
And it’s que lindo país – that’s what you’ll hear them say along the border, down by the Rio Grande.
You know there’s a lot of ways to say it. And it’s a privilege to play it.
‘Cause a lot of good people earned it. And this is how I learned it…
My mom told me a long time ago they went to the US consulate in Kobe, Japan on July 4th. What she remembered was having Coca-Cola. At that time that was special and hard to get in Japan in the early 1950s.
My memories of the Fourth were of an airshow followed by fireworks over a bay. We could see it from our house. We lived up the hill from the water. (Is being a mile away considered beachfront?) One year a man in an experimental plane died in a crash.