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Is Walmart open on July 4, 2018?

A lot of stores are closed on July 4, 2018. But, if you need a few last minute items to fill-out your Fourth, your local Walmart may have the answer. This year, July 4th falls in the middle of the week. And, if you had to work Tuesday, that may have left you understocked and underprepared for your barbeque, picnic ...

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Well Done – A.F. Branco Cartoon

Well Done - A.F. Branco political cartoon

You’ve enjoyed A.F. Branco’s cartoons for years. Now, it’s time to get his newest book “Make American Laugh Again: vol. 2.” Get your standard or signed copy HERE.

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President and First Lady to welcome military families to televised White House July 4th celebration

President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump will celebrate Independence Day at the White House by welcoming military families to the South Lawn for an afternoon picnic.  In the evening, staff and guests will join the military families to enjoy the traditional fireworks display provided by the National Park Service. The President and First Lady are excited to ...

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Independence Day Marks the Deadliest Day on the Road for Drivers

More people die in motor vehicle crashes on Independence Day than any other day of the year, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. Whether you’re running last minute errands for your backyard barbecue, or on your way in a fully loaded family vehicle to watch the fireworks, it can be easy for drivers to get distracted while driving on ...

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Record 47 million American may travel this Fourth of July – Here’s where traffic will be the worst

CA dems re-think cap and trade

A record-breaking 46.9 million Americans will travel 50 miles or more away from home this Independence Day holiday, an increase of more than 5 percent compared with last year and the highest number since AAA started tracking 18 years ago. For the 39.7 million Americans planning a Fourth of July road trip, INRIX, a global transportation analytics company, predicts travel ...

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A Beginner’s Guide To Preparing A Lobster for July 4th

Monster Lobster Tails

If you find the preparation of live lobsters a daunting one, do not fret as they are really easy to make. Approaching live lobsters should be like approaching corn on the cob – all you need to do is place the product in boiling water and wait for them to cook. The process will take approximately thirty minutes in total ...

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Obama Co-Opts Independence Day

Independence Day is for celebrating the freedoms so many have fought to defend, but today, President Obama is co-opting  it to promote his own agenda. President Barack Obama plans to highlight a positive side of the immigration debate by presiding over an Independence Day citizenship ceremony for service members who signed up to defend the U.S. even though they weren’t ...

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New Version of National Anthem to be Revealed Tonight

Renowned composer and director, John Williams will unveil a new arrangement of “The Star-Spangled Banner” – the national anthem of the United States of America. Tonight, during “The Capitol Fourth”  celebration, Mr. Williams will direct the talents of the National Symphony Orchestra, U.S. Army Herald Trumpets, Choral Arts Society of Washington, and Joint Armed Forces Chorus while they perform his ...

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The Confederate Corner with George Neat July 2nd – Firefighters, Fourth of July, and Freedom

When: Tuesday, July 2nd, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Confederate Corner with George Neat on Blog Talk Radio What: Yes there are Confederates north of the Mason-Dixon line, and George Neat is one of them. And we’re happy to bring his views to you in the “Confederate Corner” radio show. For more information on George and his political views, please drop by ...

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The Declaration of Independence

While the Fourth of July is certainly a celebration of American freedom, more succinctly it commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence, a document that was but the beginning of struggle for America’s freedom from the tyranny of King George III. In January of 1776, Thomas Paine’s famous pamphlet “Common Sense” was published. While Congress was headed towards a ...

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What does freedom mean to you?

Starting last week, we asked our friends and fans on Facebook to answer the question, what does freedom mean to you? The list has grown to hundreds of responses, with more being added—log in to our Facebook page to see what people are saying, and to add your own comments!

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