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“In the invasion of France on D-Day, Nine Thousand Young Americans died on just one beach — Normandy. The total number of deaths of U.S. and Allied forces, as well as German defenders, in those first few days and weeks of the invasion is astounding. Yet today, tens of millions of uninformed, self-centered, spoiled, mentally lazy Americans –primarily those born after 1950, are ignorant of who initially created the great American Republic; what ideals and principles were established as our nation’s foundation; what price has been paid over the decades in the preservation of our country and our freedom; and in WWII who defeated the tyranny that was engulfing the entire world, and how many of our fellow Americans made the ultimate sacrifice. Not only do most of our two younger generations know little or nothing about this subject, but they really don’t care. The problem is not that young Americans are bad people. The cause, the neglect and the deficiency is that our colleges and universities have become Liberal-Left breeding rounds. It is time, indeed it is urgent, that every citizen is required to have a reasonable knowledge of this essential information if the United States is to endure.” — Dr. John Grady

Normandy Beach

A large percentage of our country doesn’t know of or care about Normandy. British artist Jamie, accompanied by numerous volunteers took to the beaches of Normandy with rakes and stencils in hand to etch into the sand 9,000 silhouettes representing fallen soldiers. Titled The Fallen 9000, the piece is meant as a stark visual reminder of those who died during the D-Day beach landings at Arromanches on June 6th, 1944 during WWII. The original team consisted of 60 volunteers, but as word spread nearly 500 additional local residents arrived to help with the temporary installation that lasted only a few hours before being washed away by the tide.

9,000 Fallen Soldiers Etched into the Sand on Normandy Beach to Commemorate Peace Day.










What is surprising is that nothing about this was seen here in the US. (Because our national media is essentially Leftist.) Someone from overseas had a friend that sent it with a note of gratitude for what the US started there.

Please share this with others who understand that freedom is not free, nor has it ever been. Send it on to everyone!


Monday, 6 February 2017

This day remembered…

Saturday, 11 September 2010

September 11 Digital Archive –
National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum –
Project 2,996 –
Microsoft’s 3-D American flag screen saver –

Above courtesy of Kim Komando

Courtesy of Spencer Connerat:

From Sea To Shining Sea by Ron Ewart

Monday, 16 August 2010

From Sea To Shining Sea

A YouTube Video By Ron Ewart, President National Association of Rural Landowners and nationally recognized author on freedom and property rights issues.

© Copyright August 16, 2010 – All Rights Reserved

Several years ago, we wrote an article entitled “From Sea To Shining Sea” that emphasized the positive attributes of America and her people.

Rather than re-publish the article, we decided to set it to a YouTube video. There are so many in America who speak openly about how bad America is, including our president.  They apologize for her and berate her for her mistakes, instead of trumpeting her great accomplishments and what she has given to the rest of the world.     Right at this very moment, our military is ferrying in relief supplies to the people of flood-ravaged Pakistan, this in spite of the vicious and brutal Taliban that kill our troops, which Pakistan tends to shield and provide refuge.  What other nation would do this?  America has freed over a billion people from brutal regimes at great human cost to our men and women in uniform and we provide assistance to the people of nations around the world, in times of natural disaster.  We conquered Japan and Germany in World War II and then set about to rebuild them.   Who else but America would make such an act of restitution?   No, America is not perfect and sometimes we flaunt our greatness in the face of other nations.  Some of us are arrogant and think we are better than others, when in fact, we aren’t better, we just found a better way to live, under the umbrella of freedom, that is if the current gaggle of progressive geese that now occupy Washington DC, don’t destroy her.   In spite of the arrogant among us, America and her people ARE exceptional in all respects and it is high time we started building up America, instead of tearing her down.  It was our intent to reflect on the positive aspects of America in our video.  We hope you find it meaningful and maybe even a little inspirational.   Pass it around if you deem it worthy.

Take care,


Ron Ewart