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Thursday, September 07, 2006

Time For Parties!!!

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Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

Ah, yes, I've been watching television and EVERYBODY and their dog is going to be appropriately mourning this coming Monday, the fifth anniversary of 11 September 2001.

And don't forget - - - the flag is supposed to be displayed at half-mast on that occasion.

The proper way to do it is to raise the flag to the top of the pole and then lower it to half-mast.

When taking it down, remember to RAISE the flag from half-mast to the top of the pole before bringing it all the way down.

I only mention that because so many of our patriotic traditions are falling by the wayside, due to general ignorance or apathy.

I mean, - - - like, - - - who really cares, - - - right?

So, what else is new?

Well, let me give you a clue - - - we should CELEBRATE!!!

That's right, - - - this is a time for FAMILY, - - - for grand parades, fireworks, dancing, barbeques and picnics!!!


Because this coming Saturday will be two hundred thirty years since the Continental Congress officially changed the name of our nation from "The United Colonies" to "The United States", on 09 September 1776.

Ain't that a reason to party hearty?

Certainly, we must let the children know, because they sure as Sam Hill ain't going to learn it in no "politically correct" public school!

Now, there's yet another cause for celebration in September.

Two hundred nineteen years ago, on 17 September 1787, our divinely inspired "CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA", which allegedly is supposed to be the supreme law of our land (I have my doubts), was signed.

It's made even more special this year because the anniversary is on the Sabbath, thereby invoking solemn religious observance at church, as well as family fun in the backyard or city park.

Again, this is an important part of our national heritage which we must pass on to the children.

Where else are they going to learn - - - in a public school?

Ha! Ha! Ha! Ha!

You know, it's a real irony, for I received my education in a public school.

But, that was before teachers and students weren't permitted to discuss the Bible or Jesus Christ in class.

My seventh grade teacher was the wife of a Baptist minister, and you should have seen HER classes!

I'm glad I was in her class, for I really learned a lot.

That was when Confederate heroes were still regarded as heroes.

I remember running home from school every afternoon to watch "THE GRAY GHOST" on television.

You DO know who the "Gray Ghost" was, don't you?

He was Colonel John Singleton Mosby, an attorney in Virginia, organizer of Mosby's Raiders, one of the greatest American heroes who ever lived.

One particulary amusing (and TRUE!) story is when Colonel Mosby's men attacked a picnic.

Nobody was injured, but Colonel Mosby's men ate ice cream and danced with the ladies.

Following the surrender of Confederate forces, Colonel Mosby became the United States ambassador to Hong Kong.

My boyhood schooling was when we still had the "Pledge of Allegiance" and "The Lord's Prayer" every morning.

That was when EVERY boy carried a pocketknife.

That was when the high school R.O.T.C. drilled with M-1 Garand rifles, and they also received marksmanship training.

So, are we really better off today?

Anyway, them there's some thoughts and suggestions.

Yeah, I'm using bad grammar, but it's for the benefit of my sister, who just retired from being a schoolmarm, and has now published her FIRST book!

I'm so proud of her!

Thank you.

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United States Military Asylum
Washington, D.C. 20011-8400

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