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Celebrating George Washington’s Birthday (A day late…but still heartfelt)

Celebrating George Washington’s Birthday (A day late…but still heartfelt)

William Davis | Contributor   President George Washington was born Feb. 22, 1732. Widely believed to be one of the greatest Americans to ever live, Washington was born 287 years ago Friday. Washington was one of the nation’s founding fathers, and served as a general in the Revolutionary War. Washington was the commander in chief of the […]

February, A Pride-filled Month for Republicans

February, A Pride-filled Month for Republicans

 by Deborah Baber Savalla In February we celebrate Presidents’ Day and Black History month. And, a student of history might rightly claim to celebrate February as Republican Presidents’ Day AND Republican Black History Month. Too many among us do not know the story behind Presidents’ Day and Black History Month nor the significance of the […]

American Minute with Bill Federer

American Minute with Bill Federer

Americans won the Battle of Kings Mountain, October 7, 1780. Where the Americans had 29 killed, the British suffered 668 captured, 163 wounded and 290 killed, including the feared British sharp shooter Major Patrick Ferguson. Ferguson, earlier at the Battle of Brandywine, had the opportunity to sharp shoot in the back General Washington and Count Casimir Pulaski, “father of the American cavalry,” but declined due […]

Budweiser Releases Lager Inspired By George Washington’s Personal Recipe

Budweiser Releases Lager Inspired By George Washington’s Personal Recipe

 By KATIE JERKOVICH, Entertainment Reporter Budweiser unveiled a red lager inspired by George Washington’s own personal recipe Tuesday. “Freedom Reserve Red Lager is the second specialty lager to appear in Budweiser’s Reserve Collection and is inspired by George Washington’s hand-penned recipe from his personal military journal dating back to 1757,” Budweiser said in a statement. “Packaged […]

The Individual on Trial

The Individual on Trial

  By Jon Rappoport THE SCENE: COURTROOM OF THE FUTURE A PROSECUTOR ADDRESSES THE JUDGE. THE DEFENDANT IS WAITING FOR THE VERDICT IN A JAIL CELL FAR FROM THE TRIAL. PROSECUTOR: Your Honor, I have a document written by the defendant. JUDGE: Why do you present it here? PROSECUTOR: Because it reeks of ideals which […]

Thanksgiving Proclamation, 3 October 1789

Thanksgiving Proclamation, 3 October 1789

Editor’s note: CitizensJournal.us wishes you all a happy Thanksgiving! By George Washington Thanksgiving Proclamation [New York, 3 October 1789] By the President of the United States of America. a Proclamation. Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, […]

Manafort and Hillary, The Beat Goes On — The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Oct. 28-Nov. 3/Day 289-296) Week 41

Manafort and Hillary, The Beat Goes On — The Fourth 100 Days (Trump Briefs:  Oct. 28-Nov. 3/Day 289-296) Week 41

By Michael Hernandez   Saturday, October 28 (Day 289): California high-tech companies want Supreme Court to rule for LGBT Yelp, Apple, and PayPal all plan to sign an amicus brief encouraging the Supreme Court to rule that refusing service to LGBT people based on religious beliefs is not a First Amendment right, but rather anti-LGBT discrimination. […]

Christ Church and the slavers’ blood money

Christ Church and the slavers’ blood money

“All are welcome. No exceptions,” reads the cheap, blue sign zip-tied to the wrought iron fence between brick pillars outside Christ Church in Alexandria. “All,” that is, except George Washington and Robert E.

Conspiracy stopped! George Washington prevented opening “Flood Gates of Civil Discord” in Newburgh, NY

Conspiracy stopped! George Washington prevented opening “Flood Gates of Civil Discord” in Newburgh, NY

American Minute with Bill Federer Conspiracy stopped! George Washington prevented opening “Flood Gates of Civil Discord” in Newburgh, NY After the victory over the British at Yorktown, many of the Continental soldiers grew disillusioned with the new American government, as they had not been paid in years. The Continental Congress had no power to tax […]

U.S. cedes Arctic to Russia: ‘We’re not even in the same league,’ says Coast Guard chief

U.S. cedes Arctic to Russia: ‘We’re not even in the same league,’ says Coast Guard chief

Coast Guard Commandant Paul F. Zukunft says that the U.S. is essentially ceding the Arctic’s emerging trade routes and natural resources to Russia. Warming temperatures have opened up the trade routes and access to natural resources, which Russia is taking advantage of with its increased military presences and 27 icebreakers. The U.S. has two icebreakers. […]

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