Thank God for the Founders and for the divine spark that made this great nation possible. We are reminded every day that her future is in our hands, let’s make sure we make everyone proud. Every morning when I wake up I’m thrilled I’m an American. Working shoulder-to-shoulder with you good people makes each day even more wonderful.

We are a nation under threat, but every generation has had their challenge, and we certainly know ours. We have to make sure we keep our eyes on the prize, stay focused and steady for all those who gave their lives creating our nation and keep her safe. We owe it to them, to ourselves and to everyone who is relying on the future.

Have a wonderful and beautiful 4th of July holiday everyone! Celebrate that we know our duty and can deliver 🙂

Lastly, ignore whatever the menace in the White House says and does today. Here’s a 4th of July message from a real president, Ronald Reagan, from 7/4/1986.

John Wayne and the Pledge of Allegiance


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  1. Alain41 says:

    Happy Fourth of July!

    99 years ago, July 4, 1917, U.S. military marched through Paris to say, Lafayette we are here, and Teddy Roosevelt in Forest Hills gave a speech in which he said, There can be no fifty-fifty Americanism in this country. There is room here only for 100% Americanism, only for those who are Americans and nothing else.

    We’re Tams, we’re here, and we love America.

  2. Chase says:

    Happy Independence Day y’all. Tammy thank you for the post today and for all you and your team do throughout the year. I haven’t been a paying member for about 6 or 7 years now, but have continued to visit your site on a daily basis to keep informed. Because of one simple sentence of yours in today’s post, “Every morning when I wake up I’m thrilled I’m an American.” I decided to purchase a one year membership. I also am grateful each and every morning that I am an American. What a great way to celebrate Independence Day every year, investing less than a third of what I spend on lattes in a month for a full year on insightful entertainment.

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