In contrast to Trump, Joe Biden's 4th of July message mentioned slavery, systemic racism, George Floyd, and offered a message of hope.
While Trump is playing golf and making Putin's dreams come true, James Comey, who Trump thinks is a criminal, is reading the Declaration Of Independence with his family on this 4th of July.
Donald Trump's UN Ambassador Nikki Haley whined about working on July 4th on Twitter, going so far as to apparently jokingly add thanks to North Korea. Because nothing says ha-ha to a Trump official like North Korea state media bragging about intercontinental ballistic missiles reaching the US mainland.
It's been all over the news this week, as well it ought to be. A warm and festive 4th of July weekend in the Windy City was utterly marred by extreme gun violence. CNN's Republicans tried to decry the violence while ignoring gun control.
On the 4th of July, the town of Norfolk, NE held a parade. One float that was created by a local resident depicted President Obama as a zombie wearing overalls. He was standing in front of his 'Presidential Library,' which was actually an outhouse.
We are under siege this July Fourth. We can only resist with our love of liberty, for it is liberty that is the beating heart of liberalism
Today, our nation celebrates its birth. Our Conservative Christian founding fathers created the most durable, long-lasting, and unchangeable documents in the 6,000 year old history of our world.
A growing segment of the population are exploring new ways to subvert other citizens' freedoms and expressing their desire to reinstate the conditions that drove colonists to break away from England.
Today marks our 236 birthday, and instead of a United States of America, Republicans have created a divided populace based on the mantra either you are with us, or you are un-American.
This 4th of July long weekend provides us with a chance to examine our freedom, and how our leaders view freedom, specifically Barack Obama and self styled shadow president Sarah Palin. Examining Palin and Obama side by side paints an interesting contrast. In 2010, Obama put out a statement praising the, "enduring spirit of America," while in 2009 Palin took to Twitter to and threatened to sue the entire Internet.