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An American Heart — Patriotism

Uploaded by  on Jun 28, 2010

Written and performed by Jon David Kahn
Directed by Andrew Marcus
Produced by Maura Flynn
Edited by Michael Kadela and Andrew Marcus
http://www.americanheartmusic.com

@bapyou Progressives can’t understand patriotism…patriotism is a feeling of love so strong that you’d give your life for it…..progressives only give when they’ve convinced themselves they get more in return for their giving. Everybody else gives more and expects less in return…not progressives, not the entitlement “generation”, certainly not you.

Patriotism is almost non-existent in our youth today. Do you know why? I do?  The history books account of why people came to America in the first place.  Ask your youth (up to age 35) why America was settled? Was it by immigrants from England that were paid to settle America for England or was it for religious freedom and God being woven into the fabric of our Constitution?  They have learned a totally different history of America than we did in the 1940s and 1950s.

Our youth don’t have a love for America like we old timers do and they don’t know why America is special.

  • The liberal education has brainwashed them to believe America has polluted America’s resources and now they want to pollute the earth.
  • They are told that America is a war-monger and starts wars for money, so the rich get richer and the poor get poorer or dead.
  • Americans are greedy and arrogant, and America is nothing special.  There is little patriotism in their bones because of this attitude.
  • Many have been taught an alternative for the revolutionary war and civil war.  They don’t understand the contributions that have come from negro heroes.

Please take the time to learn the positive things about America.  Ask why people in foreign nations give up so much to come to America and make a better life for themselves?  There must be something special about America because it has stood out to nations all over the world as a place of FREEDOM and OPPORTUNITIES.

It is a place where many of us have fond feelings for and established memories of patriotism.  There is a reason why and you should try to understand why that is so if you don’t feel that way now.

March 26, 2012 Posted by | Special Message | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Born Again American

I enjoyed this video very much, so I hope you do too.

Born Again American from Born Again American on Vimeo.

FYI One of the links suggested to go with this video is Libs going Low with “Born Again American” video Please read this article. The music is nice but this article makes me concerned.

February 27, 2010 Posted by | A United Nation | , , , | Leave a comment

Taking Back America


Thomas Paine, author of “Common Sense,” returns to modern times to plea for a second revolution to take back America, Now!

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April 21, 2009 Posted by | Constitution | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

America Becomes Socialistic

Also see my report at http://ourdaysreports.wordpress.com/2009/04/07/america-and-socialism/

Is America accepting socialism a bad thing or a good thing? I have my opinion about this but that is not the question. The question is what you think and what you want.

The Face of America evolves as its people evolve. Socialism is not the future our “Founding Fathers” saw for us, but it is what many in America see for it’s future now. This is why I approach this question now, so you can make a decision of whether that is the America you want to live in or not. 

If the Face of America becomes different than what you want, you have three choices.

  1. You can “suck it up” and accept the reality that “It is what it is.”  You can say, “Resistance is futile…there is nothing I can do about it.”
  2. Or you can open your mouth and say what’s on your mind, perhaps influencing others, and voice your objection to your representatives. Perhaps you will have an impact on them.
  3. Or you can “up the anti” and rebel through signing petitions, participating in demonstrations, and writing articles and blogs like I am in hopes of making your opinion known to others. Perhaps your comments will impact policy. 

The good thing about Americans is their willingness to change policy. They are not afraid to voice their objections when they disagree with something. Our history is full of examples where people have changed society.

  • We have changed the right of women to vote, hold  jobs, and be treated with respect.
  • We have changed the right of Negroes to live as a human being and not as property and slaves.
  • We have changed the right of Negroes to vote, hold office, and be treated with respect.
  • We have changed the right of children to be protected from abuse.
  • We have protected the right to voice negativity about government and to recall or impeach those who don’t perform.

We have grown up to be an interesting society, and feel blessed for what our forefathers did for us. They gave us the foundation upon which we can grow and build a healthy society. Basically, I think we’ve grown up to be pretty healthy but we do have some areas we need to improve before we will be a healthier society than we are now.

This is admirable and makes me proud to be an American. However, one thing I would like to see us improve is our patriotism.  The level of patriotism I saw as a child in the fifties and sixties is much different than we see today.

Our youth show little patriotism today, and they don’t seem to understand the concept as I did in my youth. Even the Boy Scout program, where patriotism is the main focus, doesn’t  really affect the youth’s attitude about being an American. They don’t seem to understand what the big deal is about being patriotic. I think that is a sad commentary, and should be an area to spend more time in developing.

What I love about the American people is our ability to come together in times of crisis. We are a giving society with a love for humanity. We also have no stomach for abuse or for war. We may disagree with each other but, as a whole, we try to get along with people the best we can. 

The Face of America is a Kind, Loving, Generous, and Peaceful Society. 

I challenge you to take more interest in your country and nurture patriotism in your home. I think what I remember most as a child is having patriotism exhibited in the home and nation. 

I welcome your comments on this subject.

April 7, 2009 Posted by | Govmt & The People | , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment