On America's Birthday We Were Still the Best

Ah, The Fourth of July. By far my favorite holiday. The fourth serves as a time for Americans to kick back, crack open their favorite ice-cold domestic beer, watch fireworks recreate that rocket’s red glare and celebrate the fact that we live in the greatest country in human history.

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To the enemies of America, to the haters and losers who think Old Glory has taken a step back from that status, I say think again, and bend the knee.

When the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence on that fateful summer day, they birthed a nation that is, and always will be, the land of the free and home of the brave. They understood that there is nothing wrong with an immense or even excessive amount of pride in your country, a mentality that thankfully still prevails across some parts of America today.

In other parts, though, there is a common refrain: What is there to be proud of exactly?For starters, we have never outright lost a war, ever. We might not have won some, but we certainly didn’t lose, and the enemy dead can attest to that.

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