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President Trump and the First Lady Participate in the 2020 Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebrations

Here's what took place at the Mount Rushmore Fireworks celebration minus the Liberal Media Bias!
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Do Black Lives Matter?

If Black Lives Matter - Why are the majority of blacks part of the Democrat Party? Do they believe in the politics of the confederacy?, the KKK, or their Jim Crow Laws?

If Black Lives Matter - Why are so many blacks killed by other blacks? Chicago, Detroit, Etc.

If Black Lives Matter - Why do they support Plan Parenthood founded by Margaret Sanger who wrote, “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members,” This is a TRUE FACT, The majority of abortions performed by Plan Parenthood are on people of color. So why are you supporting a white woman who was obviously a racist, and founded a racist organization?

If Black Lives Matter - Why did Democrats after the Civil War ended in 1865, Southern States persisted in prohibiting blacks, now freemen, from owning guns under laws renamed "Black Codes."

I want to say, Black Lives Matte…

Can You Stand For The Truth!

Ladies & Gentlemen the Secession from the Union by the Democrat Party took place on December 20, 1860. They wanted to keep slavery! The states rights argument is just not true! If we branded the Democrat Party a terrorist organization after the Civil War we wouldn't be going through any of the racial injustice we see today. The people who really should be taking a knee are the Democrats! The stars and bars flag belongs to them! If any reparations should be paid to anyone the DNC should make those payments. If you (Vote R.E.D.) Remove Every Democrat from office life will improve! This party wants statutes removed because they are Confederate Democrats. They want you to remain on the plantation and not think for yourself.  The Switch argument you keep hearing about is a switch in tactics.  Don't fall for it! If your teacher didn't teach you the truth about American History you should demand a refund!

Unrest In The Country I Love

I have posted some political replies on Facebook that have been removed by censorship or have left me unfriended by my so called “Fair Weather Friends.” There comes a time in the course of human events that you have to take a stand for the country you love. I served our great nation for 20 years in the United States Air Force. All the time knowing that I was an ambassador in “Blue” representing our nation. No one is perfect we all have flaws. I pray to God everyday to be a better person. I’ve witness a lot of history in my 67 years and a lot was good but some events were very tragic. Our country was horrified by a wave of assassinations, wars without a will to win, and a lot of political discourse, thanks to the likes of Jane Fonda and Bill Ayers. These anarchists and others tried their best to radicalized segments of our society. But despite the radical lefts best efforts some how we found a way to band together and find a way forward. When 911 hit our nation we experienced a wave of…

Here's The Key to stopping racism in America

Confession: #GeorgeFloyd is neither a martyr or a hero. But I hope his family gets justice.

Music Calendar...

In 1954 Billboard magazine reports that record companies would provide radio stations with 45 rpm singles instead of the old 78's.
In 1956 Elvis Presley makes his second appearance on the "Milton Berle Show," introducing his newest hit "Hound Dog."
In 1957 Dale Hawkins' single "Suzie-Q" is released.
In 1961 "Running Scared" by Roy Orbison is #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1964 David Bowie's first record is released in the UK, under the name David Jones and the King Bees.
In 1965 Joan Baez and Donovan perform at a rally in London on behalf of nuclear disarmament.
In 1965 "Wooly Bully" by Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs peaks at #2 on the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1966 A promotional film for the new Beatles single "Paperback Writer" airs on CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show."
In 1968 When Robert Kennedy is assassinated in Los Angeles, Stephen Stills writes "Long Time Gone" and the Rolling Stones insert a refer…

Today In History...

In 1783 Joseph and Jacques Montgolfier publicly demonstrate their hot-air balloon in a 10-minute flight over Annonay, France.
In 1794 Congress passes the Neutrality Act, which prohibited Americans from enlisting in the service of a foreign power. The act also banned the fitting out of foreign armed vessels in U.S. ports.
In 1849 Denmark becomes a constitutional monarchy.
In 1884 Civil War hero General William T. Sherman refuses the Republican presidential nomination with the words, "I will not accept if nominated and will not serve if elected."
In 1888 The Democratic national convention in St. Louis nominates President Cleveland for a second term. (He loses to Benjamin Harrison, but was elected president again in 1892.)
In 1917 10 million American men begin registration for the draft in World War I.
In 1933 The United States goes off of the gold standard.
In 1940 The first synthetic rubber tire is exhibited Akron, Ohio.
In 1940 The Germans begin the Battle Of France during World War…

Born On This Day...

In 1723 Scottish economist, Adam Smith (Wealth of Nations)
In 1762 U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Bushrod Washington (1798-1829)
In 1819 Astronomer, John Couch Adams (co-discovered Neptune)
In 1850 Lawman, Pat Garrett (known as the man who killed Billy the Kid)
In 1874 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, John "Happy Jack" Chesbro (Yankees)
In 1877 Businessman, John H. Breck (founded Breck shampoo)
In 1878 Mexican revolutionary/bandit, Francisco "Pancho" Villa
In 1883 English economist/journalist, John Maynard Keynes
In 1895 Actor, William Lawrence Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy)
In 1900 Engineer, Dennis Gabor (invented holography) [d: 2-8-79]
In 1904 Actor, John Abbott (Wolf's voice-The Jungle Book) [d: 5-24-96]
In 1906 Actress, Margaret Rawlings (Roman Holiday) [d: 5-19-96]
In 1914 Actor/songwriter, Stan Jones (Ghostwriters in the Sky) [d: 12-13-63]
In 1915 Critic/teacher, Alfred Kazin [d: 6-5-98]
In 1919 Children's author, Richard Scarry [d: 4-30-94]
In 1920 Football Hall-of-Famer, Marion Mot…

Music Calendar...

In 1950 "Mona Lisa" by Nat King Cole debuts on the charts.
In 1953 Elvis Presley graduates from L.C. Humes High School in Memphis.
In 1956 "I Almost Lost My Mind" by Pat Boone enters the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1958 "The Purple People Eater" by Sheb Wooley and "Yakety Yak" by the Coasters both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1962 Island Records releases its first single, "Twist Baby" by Jamaican vocalist Owen Gray.
In 1962 "I Can't Stop Loving You" by Ray Charles hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 5 weeks.
In 1964 The Rolling Stones open the group's first U.S. tour with a show at a high school football stadium in Lynn, Massachusetts.
In 1967 David Bowie's self-titled debut album is released.
In 1967 The Beatles' album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is released in the U.S.
In 1972 Dion reunites with the Belmonts for an Oldies revival show at Madison Square Garden in New York.
In 19…

Today In History

In 1851 Maine becomes the first state to enact a law prohibiting alcohol.
In 1858 The Donati Comet is first seen and named after it's discoverer.
In 1883 The first non-league baseball game played under electric lights takes place in Ft. Wayne, Indiana.
In 1886 President Grover Cleveland marries Frances Folsom and becomes the first president (and to date the only) to wed while in office.
In 1896 Marconi is given a patent on his new invention, the radio.
In 1910 Pygmies are discovered in Dutch New Guinea.
In 1924 U.S. citizenship is granted to all American Indians.
In 1941 Baseball's "Iron Horse," New York Yankee Lou Gehrig, dies at age 37 of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis).
In 1946 The Italian monarchy is abolished in favor of a republic.
In 1953 Elizabeth II is crowned Queen of Great Britain in Westminister Abby, 16 months after the death of her father, King George VI.
In 1966 The U.S. space probe Surveyor I makes the first soft-landing on the moon and begins transmitting …

Born On This Day...

In 1535 Religious leader, Pope Leo XI (1605)
In 1740 French military general/writer, Marquis de Sade
In 1835 St. Pius X, 257th Roman Catholic pope (1903-14)
In 1840 English novelist/poet, Thomas Hardy
In 1857 Composer, Sir Edward Elgar (Pomp and Circumstance)
In 1863 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Wilbert Robinson
In 1881 Engineer, Henry Joseph Round (helped develop radio communications)
In 1899 Actor, Royal Beal (Death of a Salesman)
In 1903 Physicist, Robert Morris Page (pulse radar) [d: 5-15-92]
In 1904 Swimmer/actor, Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan) [d: 1-20-84]
In 1908 Newscaster, Ben Grauer (radio news pioneer) [d: 5-31-77]
In 1915 Cartoon vocist, Walter Tetley (Sherman-Bullwinkle Show) [d: 9-4-75]
In 1917 Actor, Max Showalter (Niagra, Sixteen Candles) [d: 7-30-00]
In 1920 Football Hall-of-Famer, Tex Schramm (Cowboys President) [d: 7-15-03]
In 1921 Producer, Alexander Salkind (Superman movies) [d: 3-8-97]
In 1926 Actor, Milo O'Shea (Barbarella, Romeo & Juliet, Verdict) [d: 4-2-13]
In 1927 Historian…

Music Calendar...

In 1950 Frank Sinatra makes his TV debut appearing on NBC's "Star-Spangled Review" with Bob Hope.
In 1957 Buddy Holly & the Crickets' single "That'll Be The Day" is released.
In 1961 Johnny Cash appears on the NBC-TV drama "The Deputy."
In 1962 Bob Dylan's album "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan," containing the track "Blowin' in the Wind," is released.
In 1963 The Beatles' single "From Me To You" b/w "Thank You Girl" is released in the U.S. It wouldn't chart until the following March.
In 1964 Eleven boys are suspended at a Coventry, England, school for having hair styles like Mick Jagger.
In 1966 John Lennon and Bob Dylan appear in a TV documentary "Eat The Document" on New York's educational TV station WNDT.
In 1967 Columbia Records and RCA Victor announce they would raise the list price of mono albums by one dollar on June 1. It's the first increase since 1953.
In 1967 &quo…

Today In History...

In 1647 The first recorded execution of a witch takes place by hanging in Massachusetts.
In 1703 St. Petersburg (Leningrad) is founded by Peter the Great.
In 1896 255 people are killed when a tornado strikes St. Louis, MO, and East St. Louis, IL; thousands were left homeless.
In 1907 The Bubonic Plague breaks out in San Francisco.
In 1919 The first pop-up toaster is patented by Charles Strite of Minnesota.
In 1921 After 84 years of British control, Afghanistan achieves sovereignty.
In 1929 Charles Lindbergh marries Anne Spencer Morrow in Englewood, NJ.
In 1930 Cellophane and masking tapes are patented by Richard G. Drew.
In 1933 Walt Disney's Academy Award-winning animated short "The Three Little Pigs" is first released.
In 1935 The U.S. Supreme Court declares the National Industrial Recovery Act unconstitutional.
In 1936 The ocean liner, "Queen Mary," leaves England on its maiden voyage.
In 1937 The Golden Gate bridge, connecting San Francisco and Marin County, Californi…

Born On This Day...

In 1818 Women's rights advocate, Ameila Jenks Bloomer (popularized bloomers)
In 1819 Poet/social reformer, Julia Ward Howe (Battle Hymn of the Republic)
In 1836 Industrialist, Jay Gould (railroad magnate)
In 1837 American gunfighter/entertainer, "Wild Bill" Hickok
In 1867 English novelist/playwright, Arnold Bennett (Great Babylon)
In 1871 French expressionist painter, Georges-Henri Rouault
In 1878 American dancer, Isadora Duncan (founded modern dance)
In 1894 Author, Dashiell Hammett (Maltese Falcon, Thin Man)
In 1897 Physicist, Sir John D. Cockroft (Radar) (Nobel-1951)
In 1907 Scientist/author, Rachel Carson (deplored pesticide use) [d: 4-14-64]
In 1909 Singer, Dolores Hope (Bob Hopes's wife) [d: 9-19-11]
In 1911 Hubert Humphrey, 38th U.S. vice-president [d: 1-13-78]
In 1911 Actor, Vincent Price (The Fly, House of Wax) [d: 10-25-93]
In 1912 Golf Hall-of-Famer, Sam Snead (3-time Masters, PGA) [d: 5-23-02]
In 1915 Novelist, Herman Wouk (Caine Mutiny, Winds of War) [d: 5-17-19]
In 19…


A wedding ring helps a man in a job interview, but hurts a woman.18% of women have gotten a credit card behind their spouse's back.Coca-cola cost just 5 cents for its first 73 years of existence.Most of us consider an alarm clock essential, but 12% of us don't have one.When it comes to eating, less than one out of five people eat at the kitchen or dining room table just once a week.The average American watches up to 18 different TV channels.Ladies, if a friend asks you to be a bridesmaid, it will cost you about $1,700.Although they can save you money, the amount of people using coupons has dropped over the last few years.The average guy thinks about this 6 times a day, the average women does 40 times. What? Their hair. Periodically, a rumor starts on the Internet that says natural redheads will become extinct by the year 2060. Lucky for gingers everywhere, this is a myth. It's true that the gene that causes red hair is recessive, meaning that both parents must have it for …


A big breakthrough in Australia as researchers have achieved a world record Internet speed of 44.2 terabits per second, allowing users to download 1,000 HD movies in a single second.Tomorrow at 4:33 p.m. EDT, veteran NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will launch as co-commanders on SpaceX's Crew Dragon vehicle, which will lift off on a Falcon 9 rocket from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida.A low-budget horror film called "The Wretched" has been the #1 movie in the country for the last three weeks, due to it's popularity among the drive-in theater crowd.ABC's "World News Tonight With David Muir" came out on top in all major categories (adults 25-54 and adults 18-49), becoming the number one newscast in America when it came to total viewers during the 2019-20 broadcast season. This is the first time in 24 years that "World News Tonight" has taken that trophy.Norway's Thomas Waerner won this year's Iditarod Trail Sled D…

Music Calendar...

In 1954 "Three Coins In The Fountain" by Frank Sinatra enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1958 "Rave On" by Buddy Holly enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1962 "Stranger On The Shore" by Mr. Acker Bilk is #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1965 The Rolling Stones appear on TV's "Shindig!" along with Jackie DeShannon, Sonny & Cher and Jimmie Rodgers. In 1966 Bob Dylan's often-bootlegged performance takes place at London's Royal Albert Hall. In 1968 Guitarist Little Willie John dies of pneumonia in the Washington State Penitentiary at age 30. In 1969 At Toronto's Queen Elizabeth Hotel, John Lennon and Yoko Ono begin their second "Bed-in For Peace." In 1969 Janis Joplin appears on the cover of Newsweek magazine. In 1970 The Beatles' album "Let It Be" is certified gold. In 1971 Don McLean records "American Pie.&qu…

Today In History...

In 1521 Martin Luther is banned by the Edict of Worms because of his religious beliefs and writings. In 1805 Napoleon Bonaparte is crowned king of Italy. In 1865 Arrangements are made in New Orleans, LA, for the surrender of Confederate forces west of the Mississippi. In 1868 The Senate impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson ends with his acquittal as the Senate fell one vote short of the two-thirds majority required for conviction. In 1913 The Actors Equity Association is formed. In 1917 The longest tornado path (293 miles) terrorizes Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana for 7 hours and 39 minutes. In 1940 Evacuation of Allied troops from Dunkirk, France, begins during World War II. In 1946 A patent is filed in the U.S. for the Hydrogen Bomb. In 1960 U.N. Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge accuses the Soviets of a hiding a microphone inside a wood carving of the Great Seal of the Unite…

Born On This Day...

In 1478 Religious leader, Pope Clement VII (1523-34) In 1799 Russian author/playwright, Alexander Pushkin In 1837 Engineer, Washington Roebling (Brooklyn Bridge builder) In 1863 World boxing champion, Robert Fitzsimmons In 1876 Boxer, Jack Root (boxing's first light heavyweight champion) In 1886 Actor/singer, Al Jolson (The Jazz Singer) In 1905 Fashion designer, Aldo Gucci (leather goods) [d: 1-19-90] In 1907 Actor, John Wayne (Rio Bravo, The Shootist, True Grit) [d: 6-11-79] In 1907 Actor, Carleton Young (Reefer Madness) [d: 7-11-71] In 1908 Actor, Robert Morley (High Road To China, African Queen) [d: 6-3-92] In 1909 Screenwriter, Richard Maribaum (wrote James Bond movies) [d: 1991] In 1909 Blues guitarist, Charlie McCoy [d: 1-28-50] In 1911 Actor, Ben Alexander (Frank Smith-Dragnet, Felony Squad) [d: 7-5-69] In 1913 Actor, Peter Cushing (Frankenstein, Dracula, Star Wars) [d: 8-11-94] In 1914 Jazz trumpeter, Harold "Shorty" B…

Virtual Memorial Day Tribute on Fort Huachuca

Music Calendar...

In 1907 "School Days" by Byron G. Harlan is #1 on the charts.
In 1911 Composer Gustav Mahler dies in Vienna, Austria.
In 1946 "The Gypsy" by Dinah Shore hits #1 on the U.S. charts and stayed there for 8 weeks.
In 1959 "Kansas City" by Wilbert Harrison hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 2 weeks.
In 1963 The Beatles begin their first headlining tour in Slough, England, co-headlining with Roy Orbison and Gerry & The Pacemakers.
In 1963 The Kingsmen record "Louie, Louie."
In 1963 "Blue On Blue" by Bobby Vinton and "Pride & Joy" by Marvin Gaye both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1964 David Frost interviews the Beatles' Paul McCartney on the BBC.
In 1966 The Hollies record "Bus Stop" at London's Abbey Road studios.
In 1966 Frank Sinatra's album "Strangers In The Night" is released.
In 1968 "This Guy's In Love With You" by Herb Alpert, "Think" by Aretha Frankl…

Today In History...

In 1642 The Canadian city of Montreal is founded.
In 1804 The French Senate proclaims Napoleon Bonaparte as emperor.
In 1860 The Republican Party convention in Chicago, IL, nominates Abraham Lincoln for president.
In 1910 Halley's Comet, as seen from Earth, moves across the sun.
In 1914 The first ship goes through the Panama Canal.
In 1926 Evangelist Aimeee Semple McPherson mysteriously vanished while visiting a beach in Venice, CA; she reappeared a month later, claiming to hve been kidnapped.
In 1927 Grauman's Chinese Theatre opens in Hollywood, California.
In 1933 The Tennessee Valley Authority is created.
In 1934 Congress approves a package of anti-crime measures, including the so-called "Lindbergh Act," which calls for the death penalty in cases of interstate kidnapping.
In 1944 During World War II, Allied forces occupy Monte Cassino in Italy after a four-month struggle that claimed about 20,000 lives.
In 1951 The United Nations moves out of its temporary headquarters in L…

Born On This Day...

In 1815 Inventor, James Bicheno Francis (modern hydraulic engineering)
In 1825 Manufacturer, Daniel Wesson (Smith & Wesson Co.)
In 1850 Physicist, Oliver Heaviside (ionosphere)
In 1851 Writer, Isaac Peretz (modern Yiddish literature)
In 1868 Czar Nicholas II of Russia (last Tsar of Russia, 1894-1917)
In 1872 Scientist/mathematician, Lord Bertrand Russell (modern logic)
In 1891 German philosopher, Rudolph Carnap (logical positivism)
In 1897 Director, Frank Capra (Its A Wonderful Life, Mr. Smith)
In 1902 Composer, Meredith Willson (Music Man) [d: 6-15-84]
In 1903 Actor, George E. Stone (Perry Mason, Some Like It Hot) [d: 5-26-67]
In 1903 Bandleader/pianist, Tommy Tucker [d: 7-11-89]
In 1909 Tennis star, Fred Perry (Wimbledon, 1934-36) [d: 2-2-95]
In 1911 Blues singer, "Big" Joe Turner (Shake, Rattle & Roll) [d: 11-23-85]
In 1912 Director, Richard Brooks (In Cold Blood) [d: 3-11-92]
In 1912 Singer, Perry Como (Perry Como Show) [d: 5-12-01]
In 1912 Baseball team owner, Dan Topping (Yan…



Music Calendar...

In 1824 Beethoven's Ninth Symphony is presented for first time.
In 1825 Composer Antonio Salieri dies in Vienna, Austria.
In 1941 Glenn Miller & his Orchestra record "Chattanooga Choo Choo."
In 1949 "'A' You're Adorable" by Perry Como is #1 on the charts.
In 1966 The Shadows of Knight perform "Gloria" on "American Bandstand."
In 1966 "I Am A Rock" by Simon & Garfunkel and "Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind?" by Lovin' Spoonful both enter the U.S. top 40 chart.
In 1966 "Monday, Monday" by the Mama's & The Papa's hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 3 weeks.
In 1967 Ringo Starr watches the Jimi Hendrix Experience play the Saville Theatre in London.
In 1967 Jefferson Airplane performs on CBS-TV's "Smothers Brothers Show."
In 1968 Reginald Dwight changes his name to Elton John.
In 1972 The Rolling Stones's album "Exile On Main Street" is rel…