Tag Archive: July 4th


Busted! Two Women Caught Stealing A Canopy On The Beach, Then Attack!

 

 

 

 

Published on Jul 5, 2014

” These ladies were taking more than pictures on July 4th in New Smyrna Beach, FL. Watch the fireworks that follow.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Independence Day Float That’s Making Obama Supporters Irate

 

 

The Independence Day Float That’s Making Obama Supporters Irate

 

 

 

” Freedom of speech is something that is widely celebrated from members of the left. From dressing up like vaginas to prove a point about “women’s rights,” destroying 9/11 memorials, or defecating on the American flag, liberals fully support freedom of speech. That is, until you criticize their lord and savior, Barack Obama.

  Liberals are losing their minds after an Independence Day parade in Norfolk, Nebraska included a float of a “presidential library,” which depicted the Obama’s library as an outhouse.  The main complaint – you guessed it – was that the float was “racist.” “

 

 

 

    Let’s compare and contrast , shall we . The above float along with the rodeo clown who was fired from his job for wearing an Obama mask are the two most “outrageous” and “racist” examples of free speech that have provoked the ire of the tolerant left and unleashed torrents of condemnation from same .

 

 

 

 

 

 

     On the other hand for the eight years that Bush was in office he was subjected to an unceasing barrage of hatred and vitriol by the “tolerant” Left that is unprecedented in modern political history , all held up as shining examples of the power of our Constitutional rights to free expression , and not just from private citizens , but even from the establishment media itself …

 

 

 

 

   Of course everyone can remember the Bush = Hitler meme …

 

 

 

  And then there were the calls for Bush’s outright assassination , in the name of free speech , mind you …

 

 

 

 

 

 

   And what of the accolades heaped on the movie “Death of a President” by the oh so tolerant trendsetters of the progressive movement ?

 

 

 

 

 

 

    Can anyone of us imagine the uproar and cries of racism that would resound should a similar theme be explored with BHO as the target ?

   These are just a few examples of the hypocrisy on display by our “liberal” fellows and don’t even take into consideration the hatred displayed towards others on the right such as Sarah Palin , John McCain , Michelle Bachmann , Ann Coulter and many others .

   However you look at it , a “presidential outhouse” and an Obama rodeo clown are quite tame in comparison to the vile criticisms the proponents of conservatism have been subjected to over the years .

 

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The End Of Arthur

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Daily Comedy 5.14.14

Americans Don’t Know WHY We Celebrate the 4th of July or WHAT COUNTRY We Declared Independence From!

 

 

 

 

Published on Jul 1, 2013

” Mark Dice talks with California beach goers about the 4th of July and finds that many Americans simply don’t know WHY we celebrate the 4th of July or what country we declared independence from. Royalty Free Music by Tristan Giallani (http://www.BackGroundMusicForYouTubeV…
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A Hidden Camera During DUI Checkpoint Exposes the Vileness of the American Police State

 

 

 

 

 

 

” “He’s perfectly innocent, he knows his rights, he knows what the Constitution says.” mutters the power tripping jackboot cop as he tears apart this innocent man’s vehicle for no other reason than to flex his “authority.”

“ It wasn’t a very good alert….” brags the other jackboot about the drug dog “giving them permission” to search this man’s vehicle. He was likely about to confess to just how arbitrary their decision was in violating this innocent person’s rights, when he spots the camera.

“ Hey Jim……” and they realize they’ve been bamboozled.

  Watching this video is incredibly grounding, we can see just how far the US has progressed into a totalitarian police state. These Stasi checkpoints are NOT for your safety, they are to condition innocent people into acquiescing to state intimidation. If you doubt that claim, research how many of these “DUI Checkpoints” actually catch people that are DUI.

Here are the numbers from the checkpoint that night:

  •  250 vehicles passed through the checkpoint
  •  20 vehicles were detained that required further investigation
  •  Three vehicles were searched
  •  One misdemeanor arrest was made
  •  32 citations were issued: Two child restraint device citations, one DUI, 10 citations for violations of the registration law, four citations for violation of the light law, one revoked/suspended driver’s license, six financial responsibility (no insurance), six other driver’s license law violations, and two safety belt law violations.

  Only one DUI arrest was made. One out of 250. 250 people were stopped, questioned, their rights violated, and faced potential and real harassment so this department could be 0.4% effective at stopping drunk driving.”

 

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Wasted College Students Show Deplorable, Hilarious Ignorance Of American History

 

 

 

 

” Welcome back from the long holiday weekend, Daily Caller readers. As you settle into the rest of the summer, take a moment to laugh at these young, almost certainly drunk and possibly stoned American college kids who know nothing about the origins of the country.

YouTube pranking crew Whatever is behind the video. The interviews occurred on July 4th in student-ridden Isla Vista, California, where a typical resident attends the University of California, Santa Barbara or, perhaps, Santa Barbara City College.

“It’s July 4th today and I’m going to be asking people a little bit about the history of July 4th,” explains the narrator at the outset of the clip.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

Revolutionary Times

 

 

 

Revolutionary times are turbulent. They are agitated by the common feeling that the balance has been lost and a tipping point has arrived. Even as we feel the sickening lurches of a nation that appears to be slipping toward the cliff, we should not despair. A revolutionary society moves easily because it is unmoored and can be turned around in the right direction. And when that happens, history changes.

The birth of the United States was not inevitable. It happened against incredible odds and a torrent of difficulties. Now it is caught between decline and rebirth. Which of these it will be, we will learn when enough men and women push one way or another until the next tipping point is reached.

Living in revolutionary times, we cannot idly celebrate a revolution of the past without also committing ourselves to changing the present. Independence is not a gift that was won once and never needs to be thought about again.

 

 

 

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Afterburner with Bill Whittle: Dependence Day

 

Published on Jul 3, 2013

” Bill Whittle thinks that the Freedom of Speech is in peril, and so is the Freedom of Religion. Hear why on this Afterburner as Whittle reminds you of the importance of our most important civil liberties, and how each is threatened by the expanding welfare state.”

From Big Hairy News we find that along with America’s birthday , July 4th was the birthday of the 12th Imam…

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“Anticipation is reaching a fevered pitch in that country
that Mahdi will soon be cast into
worldwide prominence when he destroys Israel and America after they attack Iran’s
nuclear facilities. ”

Uncurrent Events

Today in the Past

 

Events

 

1187 – Battle of Hittin (Tiberias): Saladin defeats Reinoud of Châtillon

1636 – City of Providence, Rhode Island form

1776 – Declaration of Independence-US gains independence from Britain

1789 – 1st US tariff act

1796 – 1st Independence Day celebration is held

1802 – US Military Academy officially opens (West Point, NY)

1803 – The Louisiana Purchase is announced to the American people.

1861 – Skirmish at Harper’s Ferry, WV

1863 – General Lee’s army withdraws from Gettysburg

1863 – Vicksburg, Mississippi surrenders to Union forces

1866 – Firecracker thrown in wood starts fire destroying half of Portland, Maine, US

1884 – Statue of Liberty presented to US in Paris

1911 – 105°F (41°C) at Vernon, Vermont (state record)

1911 – 106°F (41°C) at Nashua, New Hampshire (state record)

1914 – 1st US motorcycle race (300 miles, Dodge City Ks)

1942 – 1st American bombing mission over enemy-occupied Europe (WW II)

1944 – 1,100 US guns fire 4th of July salute at German lines in Normandy

1956 – US most intense rain fall (1.23″ in 1 minute) at Unionville Maryland

1969 – 140,000 attend Atlanta Pop Festival featuring Led Zep & Janis Joplin

1969 – The Ohio Fireworks Derecho kills 18 Ohioans and destroys over 100 boats on Lake Erie.

1976 – Raid on Entebbe-Israel rescues 229 Air France passengers

1980 – Nolan Ryan is 4th to strikeout 3,000

1984 – NY Yankee Phil Niekro is 9th to strikeout 3,000

1996 – Hot Mail, a free internet E-mail service begins

1997 – US space probe Pathfinder lands on Ares Vallis Mars

2005 – The Deep Impact collider hits the comet Tempel 1.

 

Births 

 

1330 – Ashikaga Yoshiakira, Japanese shogun (d. 1367)

1753 – Jean-Pierre-Francois Blanchard, 1st balloon flights in England, US

1804 – Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mass, author (House of 7 Gables, Scarlet Letter)

1810 – Phineas T Barnum, circus magnate

1872 – Calvin Coolidge, [Silent Cal], Plymouth Vt, (R) 30th pres (1923-29), (d. 1933)

1910 – William T “Champion Jack” Dupree, US boxer/slaughterhouse pianist

1915 – Jimmie Rogers, Detroit Mich, singer (Sugar Hill Time)

1927 – Gina Lollobrigida, Subiaco Italy, actress (Trapeze, Falcon Crest)

1927 – Neil Simon, Bronx, playwright (Odd Couple, Plaza Suite, Biloxi Blues)

1948 – René Arnoux, France, formula-1 racer (6th place-1980)\

 

Deaths 

 

965 – Pope Benedict V, Italian Roman Catholic Pope (b. unknown)

1546 – Hayreddin Barbarossa, Admiral of the Ottoman Navy (b. 1478)

1826 – John Adams, 2nd president (1797-1801), dies at 90

1826 – Thomas Jefferson, 3rd president (1801-09), dies at 83

1831 – James Monroe, 5th president (1817-25), dies at 73