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...

Paracord Paul's Constitution Challenge

The Challenge: Our Constitution, Bill of Rights and Amendments

It is excruciatingly clear how many citizens are not well versed on our Founding documents. Log on to any social media site right now. You'll find numerous examples of posts and commentary that display a solid lack of understanding in regard to how our Liberty and Freedoms are protected by our Constitution. These … More...

Days to raise the United States Flag

Days to Raise the American Flag: 2015

We fly Old Glory every day -- weather permitting. Below are the official 2015 dates that are recognized as days to raise the Flag, including when you should fly at half-staff. New Year's Day: January 1 Martin Luther King Jr. Day: January 19 Inauguration Day: January 20, 2017 Lincoln's Birthday: … More...

Iwo Jima Flag Raising

Remembering Iwo Jima

It's 1945, 70 years ago, and from February 19 through March 26, The Battle of Iwo Jima or Operation Detachment, was fought for the capture of the Japanese Island of Iwo Jima. Many only know about his event due to the photo Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima, by Joe Rosenthal from The Associated Press. 70,000 U.S. Marines, … More...

What is the meaning of the Thin Blue Line?

What does the “Thin Blue Line” Mean?

Law Enforcement or LEOs as we fondly refer to our community heroes have been in the news quite a bit as of late. What I found most disturbing is the lack of understanding in regard to what these guys and gals do to protect our communities. If you listened to the LSM (lame-stream media) you would think all law enforcement … More...

From Paul’s Blog…

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...

Remembering Iwo Jima

It's 1945, 70 years ago, and from February 19 through March 26, The Battle of Iwo Jima or Operation Detachment, was fought for the capture of the Japanese Island of Iwo … More...