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Veterans Revolt Against Obama Administration

13 October 2013 | National Politics, Patriotism | 18 Comments

Sunday morning’s veterans rally at the World War II memorial became the spark for a peaceful revolt against the tyranny and oppression of the Obama administration, as veterans tore down barriers intended to keep them away from the very memorials that honor their service and dragged them to the White House.  They stormed beaches, they […]

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On The Law, And Bad Cases

21 May 2012 | National Politics, Patriotism | 3 Comments

This isn’t a law blog, and I don’t pretend to be a lawyer.  That being said, the law isn’t some special area of expertise entirely beyond the understanding of non-attorneys, to be left exclusively to the attention of lawyers and judges while the rest of us poor and huddled masses cower in abject ignorance, praying […]

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Happy Birthday to US

3 July 2011 | Patriotism | 5 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
“The Declaration of Independence [is the] declaratory charter of our rights, and the rights of man.” – Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826); Founding Father; credited author of said document and third American president.
A housekeeping note – I dislike the expression “happy fourth of July.” Happy Independence Day is the correct expression or […]

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Memorial Day and Deliberate Ignorance

30 May 2011 | Patriotism | 9 Comments

Gauging from many of the comments I’ve seen online today, this is “Generic Military Service Day,”  the day when people offer generic and non-specific thanks to unnamed persons, living or dead, who have served in the U. S. Armed Forces.  We as a society have eviscerated any relevance remaining within “Decoration Day” or “Memorial Day” […]

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The Jihadists At CPAC

6 February 2011 | National Politics, Patriotism | 12 Comments

The annual CPAC kicks off next weekend in DC, typically featuring some of the biggest names in conservative politics today.  It’s not someplace you’d expect to see people associated with Islamic extremism and convicted terrorists, but in a nod to intellectual diversity participants will be able to learn about faith and religion from folks who […]

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Remembering Ronald Reagan

1 February 2011 | Patriotism | 8 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
“Freedom is a fragile thing and is never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people. Those who have known freedom, and then lost it, have […]

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Thank You, Veterans

10 November 2010 | Patriotism | 4 Comments

“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once […]

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Tank Farm 2010

12 September 2010 | Patriotism, Prince William County | 9 Comments


Here’s one of the projects I’ve been working on lately.  I hope you enjoy.

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I Dare The Left To Answer This Guy

29 July 2010 | National Politics, Patriotism | 16 Comments

The only argument the left can apparently bring to bear against the Tea Party movement is that it’s a bunch of uneducated, incompetent white racists who want to return America to the days of segregation and slavery. To highlight the utter ridiculousness of such drivel, which is quite evidently a tacit admission that the […]

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Andrew Napolitano at RightOnline

29 July 2010 | National Politics, Patriotism | 1 Comment

I wouldn’t have expected Judge Andrew Napolitano to be a huge standout at last week’s RightOnline conference, be he absolutely knocked it out of the park with this speech. This has got to be one of the most powerful defenses of our Constitution and Constitutionally-guaranteed liberties I’ve ever heard presented. 
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Happy Birthday to US

4 July 2010 | Patriotism | 7 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
“The Declaration of Independence [is the] declaratory charter of our rights, and the rights of man.” – Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826); Founding Father; credited author of said document and third president of these United States of America.
A little housekeeping note first and up front – I dislike the expression “happy fourth […]

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Virginia Is For Genocidal Maniacs

6 June 2010 | Patriotism, Virginia Politics | 6 Comments

Statutes of Stalin are being torn down across the globe in recognition of his brutal extermination of millions of his own people, but here in Virginia there are those who think erecting a bust of Joseph Stalin is a good idea.  Go figure.  What’s next, Mike Frey honoring Pol Pot in Centreville?
The world has truly […]

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Today Is D-Day

6 June 2010 | Patriotism | 4 Comments

Today is the anniversary of D-Day, when National Guard soldiers from Maryland and Virginia joined the first wave of the invasion that ultimately freed Europe from Nazi rule.  The 29th Division was the only Guard unit participating in the first wave and suffered tremendous casualties at one of the toughest sectors of the fight, Omaha […]

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HOA vs. Medal Of Honor Recipient

3 December 2009 | Patriotism | 44 Comments


This HOA couldn’t have inflicted a more serious self-inflicted head wound had it decided to hold a puppy barbequeue in the community commons.  Unbelievable.

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Walk For Children

20 November 2009 | Patriotism, Manassas City, Prince William County | 6 Comments

Once again, Austin Haynes is raising money for a good cause in his quest to be sort of a one-man United Way for the City of Manassas.  He’s raised money for a number of charitable causes over the years with 24 hour swims and other tests of endurance and perseverance that are pretty darned incredible.  […]

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Thank You, Veterans

10 November 2009 | Patriotism | 8 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s […]

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Prince William County Defines “Cool”

25 October 2009 | Patriotism, Prince William County | 8 Comments


Regular people getting to ride in tanks and watch flamethrowers shooting fifty-foot fireballs into the air.  Man, do we live in the greatest county on the face of this earth, or what!

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Kaine Administration Shuts Out Military Voters

4 October 2009 | Patriotism, Virginia Politics | 36 Comments

Is this really how Virginia Democrats want to treat deployed military personnel?
The Virginia State Board of Elections argued in their most recent filing that they have no legal obligation to send out military absentee ballots in a timely manner. Restated, the State of Virginia has argued in a federal court filing that they can legally […]

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I Think You’ll Excuse My Light Posting…

24 September 2009 | Patriotism | 15 Comments

Here’s what I’ve been working on lately that has kept me from posting a lot this week:


It has been an incredible honor to work with the folks from Troops Need You to help them carry out their mission to give deployed service members the resources they need in order to accomplish […]

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I Will Not Forget

10 September 2009 | Patriotism | 17 Comments

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