We honor those of the greatest generation who responded for the sake of our nation – a country they loved – and our wonderful country we love. Thank you, thank you. Continue reading Thank You
Veterans Day is intended to honor and thank all military personnel who served the United States in all wars, particularly living veterans. It is marked by parades and church services and in many places the American flag is hung at … Continue reading Celebrate Our Armed Forces
Facebook has a snipe on my post about EV’s probably not saving the world. Yes, an alternate fact is not acceptable without a challenge. What happened to free speech? See my post click HERE Continue reading Facebook Objects to my post
Our United States is unique and exceptional with respect to all other countries worldwide. We are not perfect, but we have continued to improve our government throughout its history. In this election cycle, my vote is for my country and … Continue reading Proud of Our United States
EIPCa strongly urges citizens to Vote in Person, on or as close to Election Day as possible. Bring the vote by mail ballot with you to prove you did not already submit it. Continue reading Vote on November 8th
We need more Elon Musks and Bill Gates and Henry Fords and…. We were discussing the United States and the effects of big government vs. entrepreneurs. I, of course, promoting liberty and freedom and accountability, while my opponent opting for … Continue reading Oh, Well….
Praise the Lord and celebrate our great United States. Continue reading Double Rainbow September 11, 2022
As we remember the devastation we felt on September 11th, 2001, today God sent us his promise. A double rainbow. America’s patriots will overcome! We will persevere! Thank you Lord. Continue reading God’s Promise!
Four planes and 19 soldiers of terror brought down the twin towers, damaged the pentagon, killed thousands of people and changed our lives forever. Forever in our memories. But what about our youth? Will they remember? Do they know? Do … Continue reading 9/11, One of the Worst Days in American History.
Would you wear a flag today? I asked this question hundreds of times, my mouth dry, as I stood in the plaza in front of the Titan bookstore. “Oh, cool” “I wanted a flag, thanks.” “May I … Continue reading Would you wear a flag today?