Memorial Day is not BBQ Day!

Remembering our Military Heroes this Memorial Day

With Memorial Day this Monday, it is important that we pause and reflect on on the true meaning and symbolism of the day. Yes, Memorial Day typically marks the beginning of summer and is an excuse for taking off work and picnicking. But it is because of the true reason for the day that we have the freedom, liberty and … More...

Armed Forces Day Paracord Bracelet Sale

Armed Forces Day @ Paracord Paul

This Saturday, May 16th is Armed Forces Day. So we've decided to start celebrating early in honor of those who serve a cause greater than self that allows us to enjoy the freedoms and liberty only to be found in the U.S.A! For the entire week ahead all the items on the homepage of The OutPost are on sale. This gives you … More...

What is the meaning of the Thin Blue Line?

What does the “Thin Blue Line” Mean?

Note: Three Police Officers lost their lives this week in the line of duty. Sergeant Greg Moore, Coeur d'Alene Police Department, ID. End of Watch: May 5, 2015 Lieutenant Eric A. Eslary, Ligonier Township Police Department, PA. End of Watch: May 5, 2015 Police Officer Brian Moore, New York City Police … More...

Steadfast & Loyal: Loyalty Day, May 1st

Reaffirmation of Loyalty to the United States

The 94th Loyalty Day will be observed Friday, May 1, in the United States. It is a day set aside for the reaffirmation of loyalty to the United States and for the recognition of the heritage of American freedom. (I wonder how many folks will be observing?) What the Founding Fathers created in the Constitution is the … More...

Abraham Lincoln: Died 150 Years Today

150 Years Ago Today…

On April 15, 1865 Abraham Lincoln, a patriot, statesman and uniter, died. Lincoln led the United States through the Civil War -- its greatest moral, constitutional and political crisis. With his perseverance, he helped to preserve the Union, abolished slavery, strengthened the federal government, and modernized the … More...

Winston Churchill Day

Who’s Our Wintson Churchill?

Wintson Churchill was the first person to be made an honorary citizen of the United States on April 9th in 1963. Before that he was granted citizenship of eight individual states: Hawaii, Maryland, Nebraska, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and West Virginia. Today, Winston Churchill Day, commemorates … More...

From Paul’s Blog…

Armed Forces Day @ Paracord Paul

This Saturday, May 16th is Armed Forces Day. So we've decided to start celebrating early in honor of those who serve a cause greater than self that allows us to enjoy the freedoms … More...

150 Years Ago Today…

On April 15, 1865 Abraham Lincoln, a patriot, statesman and uniter, died. Lincoln led the United States through the Civil War -- its greatest moral, constitutional and political … More...

Who’s Our Wintson Churchill?

Wintson Churchill was the first person to be made an honorary citizen of the United States on April 9th in 1963. Before that he was granted citizenship of eight individual states: … More...