We go into the next election — in the years to come — needing some hope, somewhere to place our faith. Here are some suggestions.
With respect to the Founding Fathers, pumabydesign001′s blog offers up July 4th Independence Day – 5 Facts You Don’t Know.
At Defining the Narrative, the author reminds us of our inheritance and the primary requirement for a society of free men and women. Freedom brings a responsibility; to make a free society function, we must each choose to look to God as our ruler.
The bluebird of bitterness provides a carnival of 4th of July posts.
DeHavelle.com/ Level-headed discussion of politics and science offers a bit of cultural analysis and an excellent patriotic poem (written by the blog’s author) in Happy Independence Day, friends. And Google, too.
sitting on the edge of the sandbox, biting my tongue provides a wild and beautiful Happy Fourth of July!.
Freedom, by the way explains how the Declaration was written in July 4th Antidote: The Amazing Writing of the Declaration of Independence. I think she meant “anecdote.” Sounds like something I would do. The story is great!
SWAC Girl reviews some local history in July 4, 2012 … American independence, Virginia, and Staunton.
Boudica BPI Weblog provides some old favorites:
- The Hope that is AMERICA: a speech by Ronald Reagan.
- The Mission Statement: patriotic music.
- Independence Day: patriotic music.