America the Great: 2014 Archives

TAKE THIS QUIZ: WHO IS A GREATER THREAT TO WORLD PEACE, ISIS OR THE UNITED STATES?

What are students learning in American high schools and colleges? Here's a short intro.


If you think this is appalling, think of this: Who is teaching this stuff and how many millions of young people are growing up in the belief America is bad? The left wing has the educational system in its grip and this is its view. Patriotism is a no go.

So when you see a young person waving an American flag and cheering, it's likely she is a Republican.

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WE HONOR THOSE WHO SERVED AND DIED FOR AMERICA.

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IT IS UP TO US TO DEFEND FREEDOM AND KEEP GOVERNMENT UNDER CONTROL.

50 years ago on October 27th, 1964 Ronald Reagan gave one of the powerful political speeches in the history of modern American. Among other things, he reminded us of the fragility of freedom before an all powerful government seeking to become ever stronger.

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same."

This conservative message is as relevant today as 50 years ago.

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CELEBRATE AMERICA'S FOUNDING IN CHATHAM ON THE 4TH!

CHATHAM PARADE DRAWS 35,000 AND UP EACH JULY 4TH.

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US THIS YEAR.


The Chatham Independence Day parade in Chatham on the 4th of July is one of the best attended in the state. It's hard to estimate, but our best guess is that the overwhelming majority are Massachusetts citizens, though second home owners are from all over.

The Chatham Republican Committee is once again entered into the parade and invites all Republican candidates, town committee members and just plain old Republicans from Chatham and wherever to join us in the march.

It is a festive event with many bands, floats, vehicles and marchers. The Chatham RTC entry will be honoring the men and women of the Armed Forces who protect us.

Let's show our pride in American and in our Republican dedication to freedom and equal opportunity for all. And have a good time as well!

We are delighted to announce that this year Lt. Governor candidate Karyn Polito will be marching with us, as she did in 2010 in her campaign for Treasurer.

We welcome all Republican candidates and office holders.

The parade starts off at 9:30 in the morning. Street traffic near the parade route gets cut off about 8:30, so we try to take our place in the line-up along Shore Road by 8:00.
It ends approximately at 11:15.

The route is along Main Street through the downtown shopping stretch from Shore Road to the intersection with Crowell Road, about 1.5 miles. The assembly area is on Shore Road back towards the Chatham Bars Inn from the intersection with Main Street. Depending upon where we wind up in the assembly line-up, up to a mile of walking could be added.

We will issue detailed information to all participants by email as the parade organizers release it. Remote parking sites with shuttle buses to and from the parade start and ending points are provided. We will provide detailed information as it becomes available.

Candidates and organized groups such as RTCs, please let us know by phone or email you will be joining us. Individuals receiving this email, just come and bring a friend or two. Patriotic dress is best. Wear comfortable shoes and beware a sunny day!

Do let us know if you have any questions. Call the numbers below or email us.

Fran Meaney, Chairman 617 512 7743
Republican@ChathamRepublicans.com
Diane Bronsdon and Elaine Gibbs, Vice Chairmen
Marie Acton, Secretary 508 945 2150
Sam Black, Treasurer
Chatham Republican Town Committee
www.chathamrepublicans.com
www.facebook.com/chathamrepublicans

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GENERAL McRAVEN'S "LESSONS FOR LIFE" A MUST READ

General William H. McRaven gave a memorable commencement address at the University of Texas this spring that deserves to be read and reread: "Life Lessons From Navy SEAL Training."

SEALs Lessons for Life - commencement address U Texas McRaven.pdf

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GUILLORY MESSAGE TO FELLOW BLACKS: THROW OFF YOUR CHAINS. BECOME REPUBLICANS.

Just a year ago the Louisiana black state senator Elbert Guillory announced he was becoming a Republican and issued a statement explaining why. His message to his fellow blacks is a powerful one that hopefully will be heeded. It's also a reminder to all Republicans of our civil rights heritage, of which not only should we be proud, but insistent on proclaiming every day: We are the Party of Lincoln. We stand for freedom and equal opportunity for all.

In 1854 the Republican Party was formed to succeed the Whigs with one main purpose -- to end slavery. In 1860 President Lincoln was elected with the votes of abolitionists in Massachusetts and other northern states. Just three years later Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation freeing all slaves in rebellious territory. In Congress Republicans drafted and passed the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution freeing slaves, assuring them due process under the law and granting them voting rights.

Lyndon Johnson, no civil rights activist, cynically snatched the black vote away from Republicans with government handouts with the War on Poverty, crowing privately (to fellow Democrats) that his handouts would keep them n****** voting Democrat for 200 years.

Listen to what Senator Guillory has to say.

What's disturbing to all of us as Americans is that this dependency on government has not only kept too many blacks in poverty, it has created a situation in which, as one wise man observed, "fidelity to country is coming to be replaced by fidelity to democrats who give you stuff, just as that old bigot LBJ envisioned when he set out with his phony war on poverty in the 1960's. The entire modern democrat party "cares" about people only to the extent that said people will vote for them in perpetuity."

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IN 1964 RONALD REAGAN SAID IT WAS "A TIME FOR CHOOSING." EVERY GENERATION FACES SUCH A MOMENT AND OURS IS NOW. FREEDOM OR TYRANNY.

This speech by Ronald Reagan was delivered 12 years before he was elected president. It demonstrates the depth of his conviction that bigger and bigger government is not good for the nation and the drift in that direction must be stopped. He said it was "a time for choosing."

Today we have the same challenge and the same choice. Listen to the Ronald Reagan of 1964 and take heart that our instincts are sound and our goal is right. If the direction of history is to be turned, it will be done by the people, not by the bureaucrats and elites who comprise the government. The more government, the less freedom. The Obama Democrats have proven this beyond doubt. "We the people" must fight against the tyranny of government for freedom for ourselves and all future generations.



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THIS MORNING, SATURDAY, APRIL 5TH, THE CHATHAM RTC LAUNCHES THE "CELEBRATING THE SPIRIT OF AMERICA" MOVIE SERIES AT THE CHATHAM ORPHEUM THEATER

America is certainly experiencing great difficulties under the present Democratic administration in Washington, but, nonetheless, we remain Americans proud of our past and confident of our future.

Consequently, we are starting up a movie series at the Chatham Orpheum Theater downtown on Main Street on Saturday morning April 5th to remind us all of the great spirit of America that still endures in the hearts of Americans.

The first movie "Argo" celebrates the heroic rescue in 1980 of six American diplomats trapped in Tehran during the Iranian hostage crisis incredibly engineered and carried out by an obscure CIA technician specializing in disguises Tony Mendez. Ben Affleck plays Tony. The movie won Best Picture at the Academy Awards.

We also will be recognizing and thanking Michelle DeSilva, who leads Cape Cod Cares 4 the Troops for the great work they do sending care packages to our service men and women overseas.

Every day American heroes be they in the military or civilian life are doing extraordinary things in defense of our nation and fellow Americans. We need to remind ourselves constantly of their service and their sacrifices and to acknowledge and express our appreciation to them and those who support them.


Doors open at 8:45. The suggested donation per person is $20 (pay at the door) for a light breakfast and the movie, to be shown at 9:30 after the recognition of Michelle DeSilva -- and to help with our 2014 election campaign for a better America.

Service men and women, VFW and American Legion members can attend free of charge, but please call to reserve in advance if possible to 508 945 2150.

To reserve and make donations for any number of seats from one to ten online, click here.

Or, if it's a last minute thing, just come and pay at the door!

When you're coming please bring along any of the items listed below that Cape Cod Cares 4 the Troops can send along to our men and women in uniform overseas. Click on list to enlarge.

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See you bright and early Saturday, April 5th, 8:30 or so for a time to feel proud to be American.

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Now here's a company that has the right idea. Food City, wherever you are, you did good.

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WE ARE THE PARTY OF LINCOLN.
WE STAND FOR FREEDOM AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL.



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