History Channel ran a fantastic miniseries last week entitled “Sons of Liberty” that focused on the events from 1765 leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. If you missed it, or were one of the 3.3 million Americans who watched it the first run, please check out History’s Sons of … More Where Are Today’s Sons of Liberty?
Two thousand years ago, when Caesar died, a red Phrygian cap from a freed slave was placed atop a pole in Rome. Caesar had overstepped the authority of the Senate and betrayed the Republic. Rome had become a tyranny. The red cap on the pole was a symbol to the Roman people they had been … More RED is the color of FREEDOM and the pursuit of LIBERTY!
Inspired by a series of Tweets exchanged regarding memories of having to recite the Declaration of Independence with some of the members of the Red Nation Rising social community, it felt fitting to post the Pledge of Allegiance. On a Saturday. Honor it Every Day When we were young, we used to recite the Pledge … More Pledge of Allegiance
From our esteemed warriors at the Constitutional Freedom Party (@CFP4US) When I think of Independence Day, I actually think not of a day in July, but a night in September, about 40 years after America’s Independence was first won. After the Battle of Trafalgar, against the French, Britain controlled the oceans, and many American sailors … More Independence Means So Much More
Let’s roll! Regardless if you own a gun this image just nails it. We are a #RedNationRising. Let’s rise for freedom. One Tweet Can Change The World → http://wp.me/p3nhAi-3A Unite. Stand strong. Roll. As we approach the Fourth of July, thank you, always, for supporting Red Nation Rising. – @JimLysaght Let’s roll! Twitter: @RedNationRising Web: rednationrising.us … More Independence THEN, Independence NOW