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Monthly Archives: December 2012
1 January 1698 – The Abenaki Indians and Massachusetts colonists sign a treaty halting hostilities between the two. 1776 – Virginia Governor Dunmore orders the shelling of the garrison at Norfolk. 1780 – American patriots conduct a continuing guerrilla campaign … Continue reading
The U.S. government on Monday officially reached it $16.4 trillion borrowing limit, a grim reminder of the state of the country’s finances. Reaching the limit sets up another dispute between the White House and Congress over taxes and spending in … Continue reading
31 December 1775 – George Washington ordered recruiting officers to accept free blacks into the army. 1783 – Import of African slaves was banned by all of the Northern American states. 1815 – George Gordon Meade (d.1872), Union general, was … Continue reading
In an attempt to seize total control over national security and bypass congress, a frightening new step by the Obama Administration is coming into play. As noted in Friday’s Wall Street Journal in an op-ed by John Bolton and John … Continue reading
Let it be known, that the current President of the United States, Barack Obama, and the Congress of the United States, along with all the liberal supporters of this government, represent a “Clear and Present Danger” to the Republic of … Continue reading
GOP ‘rock star’ named ‘Woman of the Year’……Honor goes to God-fearing, gun-loving champion of Constitution
WASHINGTON – For her extraordinary dedication to America’s founding principles and steadfast defense of the Constitution, WND has named Rep. Michele Bachmann 2012 “Woman of the Year.” Bachmann is a gutsy, pro-life fiscal conservative who dared to vote against raising … Continue reading
30 December 1835 – Cherokees were forced to move across the Mississippi River after gold was discovered in Georgia. A minority faction of Cherokee agreed to the emigration of the whole tribe from their lands by signing the Treaty of … Continue reading
Washington YOU Have a problem, follow up to No Time Wasted: Dems Plan to Introduce High-Capacity Magazine Ban on First Day of Congressional Session . I don’t think anyone who reads AT was particularly surprised by the gun control temper tantrum liberals … Continue reading
29 December 1778 – British troops, attempting a new strategy to defeat the colonials in America, captured Savannah, the capital of Georgia. 1808 – Andrew Johnson, the 17th president of the United States who succeeded Lincoln (1865-1869), was born in … Continue reading