The Old North Church of Boston served a pivotal role in the time prior to the Revolutionary War. It was chosen because at the time it was the tallest building in Boston and could be easily seen by all. It was decided to use lanterns at night to signal the people that the British were on their way to attack. In the steeple signal lanterns would be hung using the prearranged signal of one lantern for a land march or two lanterns if the British were to advance by boat across the Charles River. Hence the words “One if by land, two if by sea” have been immortalized. The steeple therefore was manned by a Sentinel to warn of impending danger and is an appropriate symbol to use today for the continuation of warnings to America about the dangers of the liberal left and an out of control government. I will use this as a symbol of alert in the future to point out new and impending dangers to the Republic and the People.