G.I. Joe was the codename for America’s daring, highly trained special missions force. Its purpose was to defend human freedom against Cobra, a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world. From 1982 until 1994, Hasbro’s G.I. Show More Summary
It’s Independence Day weekend in the United States and one firm is celebrating its freedom by sending legal notices. Music licensing firm Rumblefish hit AdaFruit, the online maker store, for using public domain composition ‘America The Beautiful’ in its video celebrating the holiday. Show More Summary
Before I begin my message, I wanted to wish all my readers a Happy 4th of July. And I wanted to thank all of those military members for keeping us safe and able to enjoy our independence and freedom. For the past seven and a half years, myself and my readers have been on a quest to achieve financial freedom with dividend growth stocks. Show More Summary
Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety. –Benjamin Franklin America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves. –Abraham Lincoln Happy Fourth of July
As we watch the fireworks this Fourth of July and "ooh" and "aah" at their spectacular beauty remember that they represent the beauty of our freedom we often struggle to preserve. Timothy Velner is a husband, father, attorney and author living in Minneapolis. Show More Summary
As we celebrate this Independence Day, it is important to remember the freedom we have in this country to openly embrace our religious beliefs. For the Christian, true freedom is found in Christ. But with this freedom comes responsibility as noted in Galatians 5:13. Show More Summary
All American pics to get you ready for the 4th!
The Fourth of July commemorates the United States declaring its independence from Britain, but the Revolutionary War did not win freedom for all Americans. The 10 activists and religious leaders below are just a handful of people throughout American history who spent their lives working to extend freedom to all. Show More Summary
It's officially a holiday since tomorrow's the nation's birthday and all, but since this column took a vacation last week, we thought we'd better get a new column out today. After all, it's been an eventful two weeks! Right after we published our last column, the Confederate battle flag debate erupted in a major way. Show More Summary
Three years ago Terry Lancaster decided to take a break from drinking. It was supposed to be temporary, but he's never looked back. The post 1,000 Days of Freedom: How I Stopped Drinking and Started Living appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Do you want to enjoy the financial freedom and the professional satisfaction that comes with the discovery and exploitation of new business opportunities? Do you want to be an entrepreneur? There're two business models for doing that. First is the slow, and high-risk, business model. Do it on your own, perhaps getting [...]
It is a cruel and slightly eerie Hollywood coincidence that a new documentary, called Living in the Age of Airplanes, features narration by Harrison Ford and a musical score by the Oscar-winning composer James Horner. Why? Ford was badly...Show More Summary
Think fall’s luxest material has to come with a luxe price tag to match? Think again. Some of my favorite suede bags ring in at $500 or lower. When you spend a little less, you also get the freedom of less worry, not that carrying a new suede bag should make you fret. Read the full post Top 5 Savvy Suede Bags: Under $500 and Fabulous which appeared first on Snob Essentials.
Look at these bros. Just look at them! I have no idea what day of the year this video was taken on, but it might as well have been Independence Day, because they are taking their freedom and doing something with it, goddammit. They’re...Show More Summary
In honor of Independence Day, The Boombox has compiled 10 music videos where R&B and hip-hop artists have conveyed their idea of freedom. Continue reading…
The joke scene from "The Lives of Others." [A mere dictatorship demands obedience. A totalitarian dictatorship demands obedience and belief.]
In part seven of The Real News Network’s show “Reality Asserts Itself,” Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and TRNN’s Senior Editor Paul Jay discuss the minute differences between Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, the demonization of Republicans and what will happen to Social Security.
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A long, holiday weekend seems like the perfect time to slip off to the beach. Which also makes it the perfect time for Portuguese man-o-wars to make their attack—when we're all too drunk on freedom and sun-stroked on freedom to resist. Show More Summary