Obama: The End Of All BiPolar Hope.

At the end of the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin walked out and he was asked by a woman in the streets of Philadelphia “Mr. Franklin, what have you wrought?”. He responded: “A Republic ma’am… if you can keep it.”

Washington 1777 Winter Of Red Snow ~ Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette

Lafayette, or La Fayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, 1757–1834, French general and political leader. He was born of a distinguished family and early entered the army. Enthusiastic over the news of the American Revolution, he evaded all obstacles set in his way by the officially neutral French government and left France to join George Washington’s army.

He arrived (1777) in Philadelphia, where Congress appointed him a major general. He quickly won the close friendship of Washington, was wounded at Brandywine, shared the hardships of Valley Forge, and obtained a divisional command.

After a trip to France (1779–80), where he negotiated for French aid, he distinguished himself in the Yorktown campaign.

We are rebuilding General’s Lafayette frigate. 

Check Out His House.

General Lafayette’s Tomb In Paris! In the American Revolution, Lafayette served as a major-general in the Continental Army under George Washington.

“Lafayette, we are here!”

Those words are often attributed to U.S. General John Pershing when, on July 4, 1917, having arrived in France with the American Expeditionary Force upon the U.S. entrance into WWI, he visited Lafayette’s tomb at Picpus Cemetery in Paris.

They were actually spoken by Pershing’s aide, Colonel Charles E. Stanton, but no matter, the Americans had indeed arrived to pay homage to the French hero of the American Revolution.

Lafayette by French painter, Ary Scheffer. Work is in US Capitol Collection. Many copies were made for Lafayette’s ‘farewell tour’ of the United States (1824-25).

They still do.

In permanent recognition of his role in aiding the American cause, an American flag has flown over Lafayette’s grave ever since the end of WWI.

The flag is changed every year on July 4 in a highly orchestrated ceremony attended by French and American dignitaries, including representatives of the U.S. Embassy, the French Senate, the Mayor’s Office, the Office of the Mayor of the 12th Arrondissement, the Society of American Friends of Lafayette, the Sons of the American Revolution in France, and the Society of the Cincinnati in France.

France Revisited

George Washington At Valley Forge 1777. Painter: Arnold Friberg

” . . . you might have tracked the army from White Marsh to Valley Forge by the blood of their feet.”

– George Washington

Valley Forge, 40 km (25 mi) west of Philadelphia, was the campground of 11,000 troops of George Washington’s Continental Army from Dec. 19, 1777, to June 19, 1778.

Because of the suffering endured there by the hungry, poorly clothed, and badly housed troops, 2,500 of whom died during the harsh winter, Valley Forge came to symbolize the heroism of the American revolutionaries.

Despite adverse circumstances, Baron Friedrich von Steuben drilled the soldiers regularly and improved their discipline. Today the historic landmarks and monuments are preserved within Valley Forge National Historical Park (established 1976).

A week before Christmas ’77 Washington’s army took up winter quarters at Valley Forge on the west side of the Schuylkill. Although the General’s choice of location was sharply criticized, the site he had selected was central and easily defended.

Then came a cruel race with time to get huts erected before the soldiers, barefoot and half naked, froze to death. Hundreds of horses did in fact starve to death, and for the army starvation was a mortal danger. “No meat, no meat!” was the constant wail.

Improvements came about after Nathanael Greene assumed the duties of Quartermaster General on March 23rd.

1777 Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

Yet, despite the ever-present fear of mutiny, no real dissaffection occurred. As Hessian Major Baurmeister conceded, the army was kept from disintegrating by the “spirit of liberty.”

Men and officers accepted their tragic plight with a sense of humor and extraordinary forbearance, but it was an ordeal that no army could be expected to undergo for long.

Nathanael Greene wrote to General Washington, “God grant we may never be brought to such a wretched condition again.”


– The Spirit of ‘Seventy Six

Direct my thought, words and work, wash away my sins in the immaculate Blood of the Lamb…

A light snow fell as 12,000 weary men made their way up Gulph Road to the area selected only days before as winter quarters.”

“Lewis Hurt, age 17, a private from Connecticut. Benjamin Blossom, age about 31 years, a soldier from Massachusetts. George Ewing, age 23, an Ensign of the Seventh Company in the Third New Jersey Regiment. Joseph Plumb Martin, age 15 when he enlisted in Connecticut’s Third Company on July 6, 1776; age 16 when he arrived at Valley Forge.

They came from Virginia, North Carolina, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, New Jersey…They represented every state in the new union.”


“We have staked the whole future of American civilization, NOT on the power of government…but UPON the capacity of each and every one of us to govern ourselves according to the Ten Commandments of God.”
— President John Quincy Adams

“Some were still boys — as young as 12 — others in their 50s and 60s. They were described as fair, pale, freckled, brown, swarthy and black. While the majority were white, the army included both Negroes and American Indians.”

“Each man had few possessions and these he carried with him. His musket — by far the most popular weapon — a cartouche or cartridge box. If he had neither, the infantryman carried a powder horn, hunting bag and bullet pouch.

His knapsack or haversack held his extra clothing (if he was fortunate enough to have any), a blanket, a plate and spoon, perhaps a knife, fork and tumbler. Canteens were often shared with others and six to eight men shared cooking utensils.”

“The first order of business was shelter. An active field officer was appointed for each brigade to superintend the business of hutting. Twelve men were to occupy each hut. The officers’ hut, located to the rear, would house fewer men. Each brigade would also build a hospital, 15×25 feet. Many of the Brigadier Generals used local farmhouses as their quarters. Some, including Henry Knox, later moved into huts to be closer to their men.”

BRITISH MONARCHY USED THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT TO DESTROY THE WHITE HOUSE ~ THINK THEY HAVE GIVEN UP? THINK AGAIN MY FRIEND!

“The huts provided greater comfort than the tents used by the men when on campaign. But after months of housing unwashed men and food waste, these cramped quarters fostered discomfort and disease. Albigence Waldo complained, ‘my Skin & eyes are almost spoil’d with continual smoke.’

Putrid fever, the itch, diarrhea, dysentery and rheumatism were some of the other afflictions suffered by the Continental troops.”

British Atheists Must Apologize For Hitler

“Little is known about the women but there were women at Valley Forge. Junior officers’ wives probably remained in the homes of their husbands and socialized among themselves.

The enlisted men’s wives lived and labored among the troops, some working as housekeepers for the officers; others as cooks.

The most common positions were nurse and laundress. A washerwoman might work for wages or charge by the piece.”

America’s Gentile Whites, Died For The African’s Freedom In The United States

The army was continually plagued with shortages of food, clothing and equipment. Soldiers relied both on their home states and on the Continental Congress for these necessities. Poor organization, a shortage of wagoners, lack of forage for the horses, the devaluation of the Continental currency spoilage, and capture by the British all contributed to prevent these critical supplies from arriving at camp.

An estimated 34,577 pounds of meat and 168 barrels of flour per day were needed to feed the army. Shortages were particularly acute in December and February. Foraging expeditions were sent into the surrounding countryside to round up cattle and other supplies.

In February three public markets opened. Farmers were encouraged to sell their produce. Fresh Pork, Fat Turkey, Goose, Rough skinned Potatoes, Turnips, Indian Meal, Sour-Crout, Leaf Tobacco, New Milk, Cyder, and Small Beer were included in the list of articles published in the Pennsylvania Packet and circulated in hand bills.”

THE ROT WITHIN ~ SEDITIOUS FIRST STRIKE BY COLLUSION ~ WHO GAINS FROM THIS? NOT THE TERRORISTS THAT WERE BLAMED, BUT THE BANKING CABAL WHO FOUGHT S.190 FROM 2001 AND THEN SOON, TO REAP IN 2008, $TRILLIONS FOR THE SO CALLED ‘TO BIG TO FAIL’ BAILOUT! ~ THE AUDACITY OF DECEPTION!

WE WERE NOT UNDER ATTACK BY THE SAND FLEAS OF THE MIDDLE EAST, BUT RATHER, BY THE BANKING CABAL OF ROTHSCHILD’S WALL STREET AND THEIR ROTHSCHILD’S FED RESERVE PRINTING PRESS.

WE CERTAINLY DID NOT SEE THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD GATHER ANY OF OUR MONEY UNTIL OBAMA ALLOWED THEM TO TAKE PART OF THE SO CALLED STIMULUS MONEY! THIS WAS JUST ANOTHER DIVERSION FROM WHAT OBAMA WAS PLANING ON DOING TO THE MIDDLE EAST.

OBAMA BEHIND THE MUSLIM BROTHERHOOD’S BACKS, WAS ACTUALLY ORCHESTRATING WAR SO AS TO FREE THE FED RESERVE FROM THEIR DEBT TO THE MIDDLE EAST USING OUR BRAVE TO SACRIFICE THEIR LIVES SO ROTHSCHILD CAN CONTINUE CENTRALIZING MONEY WITHOUT COST TO THEM.

THIS DEBT TO THE MIDDLE EAST WAS ARRANGED BY HENRY KISSINGER BY PROMISING THEM WE WOULD BUY THEIR OIL AND IN TURN THEY WOULD BUY OUR T-BILLS THUS BUYING OUR DEBT. SO LETS HAVE A WAR IN THE MIDDLE EAST AND SHUT THEM DOWN. THAT IS WHAT IS IN MOTION RIGHT NOW!

 AMERICA IS THE ONLY NATION ON EARTH THAT CAN THWART ROTHSCHILD’S/SOROS/THE CROWN’S PUMP/DUMP SCHEMS ON THE PLANET. THIS IS WHY THEY ARE ATTACKING AMERICA FROM WITHIN AND MURDER IS NOT A PROBLEM WITH THESE HOARDING BASTARDS.

WE NEED TO TURN THE [TVS OFF] AND OUR [BRAINS ON] TO COUNTER THESE MEGALOMANIACS WITHOUT A CONSCIENCE!


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  3. Rothschild’s Use Of Islam, To Shake The Piggy Banks Of The World: You Can Slaughter Christians, But You Can’t Burn A Koran.

“Entertainment at Valley Forge took many forms. The officers liked to play cricket (known also as wicket) and on at least one occasion were joined by His Excellency, the Commander-in-Chief.

Several plays were staged including Joseph Addison’s ‘Cato’ which played to a packed audience. A common recreation was drinking, when spirits were available. And the soldiers liked to sing.”

1777 Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

“Throughout the winter and early spring, men were frequently ‘on command,’ leaving camp on a variety of assignments. Units were formed to forage for food, some were granted furloughs, and individuals regularly returned to their home states to recruit new troops.

In January Jeremiah Greenman reported, ‘all ye spayr officers sent home to recrute a nother regiment & sum on furlow.

1777 Valley Forge Battlefield

“On February 23, Friedrich Wilhelm Ludolf Gerhard Augustin, Baron von Steuben, arrived at Valley Forge to offer his military skills to the patriot cause.

Washington assigned him the duties of Acting Inspector General and gave him the task of developing and carrying out a practical training program.”

Valley Forge is the story of the six month encampment of the Continental Army of the newly formed United States of America under the command of General George Washington, a few miles from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Foreign officers were an essential part of the Continental Army. They provided military skills which the Americans lacked. Some, including Steuben, the Marquis de Lafayette and the Baron de Kalb came as volunteers.

Kalb quickly proved himself to Washington and Congress commissioned him a major general. Lafayette was given the command of a division of Virginia light troops in December 1777 and later took command of additional troops.

Others, such as Engineer Louis Lebèque de Presle Duportail were “covert” aid given leave from the French Army to provide assistance to the Americans. It was Duportail who designed the Valley Forge Encampment.”

1777 Valley Forge, Pennsylvania

“With spring the balance shifted. New recruits arrived daily. Reluctantly, Nathanael Greene accepted the appointment as Quarter Master General and began to correct the problems with supplies. Under Steuben’s direction the Continentals had become professionals, if not career soldiers. Morale improved as confidence grew.”

“General Orders, Tuesday. May 5, 1778 announced the alliance with France and plans ‘to set apart a day for gratefully acknowledging the divine Goodness.'”

“On June 19, 1778, six months to the day following their arrival, the Commander-in-Chief General George Washington and the Continental Army departed Valley Forge and marched to Monmouth, New Jersey to engage the British in battle just nine days later.”

“This was the army that would continue to victory at Yorktown.”

Written by Joan Marshall-Dutcher
Historian (retired)
Valley Forge National Historical Park
Credit to Cowles Publications and Thomas Publications


+2,000,000 Americans March Against Obama’s Puppet Regime! 9/12/2009 ~ Self Serving Main Stream Media Blacked Out This March Of 2 Million and reported it at only 500,000.


Stanford & Harvard Law professor Lawrence Lessig:


Granted, pessimism may be the new black, but I’m an realist. It’s becoming blatantly obvious that the no term limit Congressional policy combined with the modern day corporate benefactor (e.g. campaign donations) system has, by a process of vastly accelerated natural selection, mutated the original concept of the Republic to such a degree it’s killing the American spirit our present day leaders proclaim it instills.

It’s not our Congressional leaders fault they can’t catch on — well yeah, it kinda is since it’s their job to serve the people, not their campaign donors — but it’s simply the new Beltway status quo, the new herd psychology, and to hang on to what you have when times are good for you while doing everything in your power to retain that power is nothing but Human Nature 101.

But when the status quo only benefits a few select people, it takes a lot of money to continue to persuade people to allow you to hang on to that power. Thus, creating a negative feedback loop for the people, and a lot of persuasion based campaign promises, advertising campaigns, etc., to make you believe “all is well.”

But if you, me, or any other group disapprove of modern day Congressional psychology and want to change it back to the way the founders originally intended, you better have a very persuasive argument to tear a few million people away from their content consuming addiction (cable TV, Facebook, The View, American Idol, NFL, Gay Eye For The Straight Guy, etc, etc, etc.) willing to do something about it (e.g. Wisconsin, Honduras, American Revolution, etc.).

Steadfast Finances

THE SHIT THAT WAS ALLOWED UPON U.S. SOIL AT OUR ELEMENTARY SHOOLS DURING A MEXICAN CELEBRATION OF THEIR VICTORY OVER FRANCE AKA; CINCO DE MAYO.

NOW I ASK YOU, “WHO ALLOWED THIS TO BE WITHIN OUR SOVEREIGN NATION”? THATS RIGHT, THOSE IN COLLUSION WITH THE BANKING CABALIST’S & THEIR NEW WORLD HOARDING SCHEME!


REID HOPING & PRAYING HE GETS AWAY WITH THIS SHIT

Reid, another Benedict Arnold Trying To Cash In, By Colluding With The Rothschild Scheme aka;  New World Hoarding! This in effect would return America To Pre-Revolution Status Of Subjugation To The Monarchy. WASHINGTON – FEBRUARY 05: U.S. Senate Majority Leader Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) listens as Sen. Dick Durbin answers questions on the progress of the economic stimulus package at the U.S. Capitol February 5, 2009 in Washington, DC. The U.S. Senate is expected to vote on the legislation either this evening or tomorrow morning. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images) *** Local Caption *** Harry Reid

Muslim Brotherhood Granted ‘Direct Access’ To Taxpayer’s Stimulus Grants By Obama! 

French Lafayette: Helping America Fight The British In The American Revolutionary War!

Sleeping Giant Awakens: Embrace The Suck ~ America To Defend Against And Neutralize Rothschild’s NWO Army.

Same Sacrifices Were Played Out At Iwo Jima, The Alamo, Battle Of 300…The Crusades, Battle Of Poitiers, Battle Of Dunbar, etc. etc. etc.

THE THE KNOCKOUT PUNCH TO THE MONARCHY & ROTHSCHILD WOULD BE THE PASSAGE OF THE GLASS STEAGALL ACT AKA; CANTWELL BILL WHICH REID & FRANK ARE SITTING ON IN CONGRESS!


FACT —> ENGLAND MURDERED MORE CATHOLICS THAN ANY OTHER NATION ON EARTH! YES, ENGLAND MURDERED MORE CATHOLICS THAN THE MUSLIMS MURDERED DURING THE CHRISTIAN CRUSADES (PROTECTING EUROPE FROM MUSLIM TERRORISTS) PLUS THE SPANISH INQUISITIONS (WHEN MUSLIMS USED TAQIYYA AND KITMAN TO INFILTRATE THE CHURCH TO PERVERSE GOD’S WORDS).

HERE’S A NEW ONE FOR YA!

PATRIOTS PROTESTED BRITISH TAXATION EVEN WAY BACK IN 1773 ~ NAAAA IT CAN’T BE ~ TELL ME IT ISN’T SO LOL!


Yes, The Crown And The Rothschild Teutonic Zionists, Have Been Around A Long Long Time. They Write The Propaganda, Buy Off All The Media Corporations To Create A Pump/Dump Mechanism Of Acquiring Wealth.

Its Actually Called Insider Trading Schemes Now A Days But On The Larger National Scale. Its All DOne With The Money They Have Made Off Of Slavery,  aka; Their Loyal Serfs, As Its Addressed In Royal Situations Of Course!

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Freedom Has Always Echoed Throughout The Ages!

“I can not be a traitor, for I owe him no allegiance. He is not my Sovereign; he never received my homage; and whilst life is in this persecuted body, he never shall receive it. To the other points whereof I am accused, I freely confess them all. As Governor of my country I have been an enemy to its enemies; I have slain the English; I have mortally opposed the English King; I have stormed and taken the towns and castles which he unjustly claimed as his own. If I or my soldiers have plundered or done injury to the houses or ministers of religion, I repent me of my sin; but it is not of Edward of England I shall ask pardon.” Sir William Wallace

Roman Catholic William Wallace With Saint Andrew’s Cross ~ Later Becoming The Rallying Confederate Flag For The Scottish/Irish Catholics.

William Wallace was Braveheart and his ensign was the Cross of the crucified Apostle St. Andrew, later called the Southern Cross of the Confederate Battle Flag, for all the Scottish immigrants. 95% of all southern people had no slaves, were poor, and disproportionately taxed by the North.

William Wallace a devout Catholic, is seen as another Saint Joan Of Arc, whom both fought the corrupt Monarchy and won their freedom. This was an actual precursor to the founding of The United States Of America. Roman Catholic Father White broke bread in Maryland (Named After The Mother Of God) in the 1600s.

The Monarchy is still seething about all the break aways and is going for broke. In their campaign of a New World Order, they are utilizing their secret societies aka; illuminati/bilderbergs etc., to manipulate and destroy Our Republic Judicial/Political system.

One can easily understand why the Monarchy hates Roman Catholics and has been  smearing The Church as they did during the days of Hitler. 

Pray our Bravehearts step forward to protect Our Country from this dated tyranny!

William Wallace 1296 A.D.

Chronology Of The War We Fought Against The Banking Cabalists Of The British Crown!


December 1773 Patriots protest British Taxes by throwing 340 chests of tea into Boston Harbor, in what is known as the Boston Tea Party.

April 19, 1775 Battle of Lexington, Mass. Battle started at dawn.

April 27, 1775 Colonel Samuel H. Parsons and Benedict Arnold plan, at Hartford,Connecticut, the capture of Fort Ticonderoga, N. Y.

April 29, 1775 Arnold leads his company from New Haven to Boston

May 10, 1775 Fort Ticonderoga captured by Ethan Allen

May 12, 1775 Crown Point, N. Y., captured by Americans

May 16, 1775 Americans under Benedict Arnold capture St. John, Canada

May 25, 1775 British Generals HoweClinton, and Burgoyne arrive at Boston from England with troops.

June 14, 1775 Congress votes to raise 20,000 men.

June 15, 1775 George Washington is unanimously elected by Congress commander-in- chief of the American forces.

June 16-17  Battle of Bunker Hill,  and burning of Charlestown (June 17, 1775).

June 22, 1775 Congressional Resolution, “That a sum not exceeding two million of Spanish milled dollars be emitted by Congress in bills of credit for the defense of America.”

July 3, 1775 George Washington takes command of the army at Cambridge.

July 6, 1775 Declaration by Congress, the causes and necessity for taking up arms.

July 10, 1773 First provincial ship commissioned for naval warfare in the American Revolution, sent out by Georgia.

July 15, 1775 Importation of gunpowder, saltpeter, sulphur, and firearms permitted by act of Congress.

July 20, 1775 Georgia joins the United Colonies.

July 21, 1775 Congress Considers Franklin’s plan of confederation and perpetual union, “The United Colonies of North America.”

July 27, 1775 Congress agrees to create an army hospital.

August, 1775 British vessel, the Betsy, surprised by a Carolina privateer off St. Augustine bar, and 111 barrels of powder captured by the colonists.

August 23, 1775 Things continue to heat up as King issues a proclamation for suppressing rebellion and sedition in the colonies.

September, 1775 American troops under General Richard Montgomery sent into Canada to cut  off British supplies.

September, 1775 Colonel Benedict Arnold, with about 1,100 soldiers, marches against Quebec.

September 17, 1775 British ship seized off Tybee Island, Georgia, capturing 250 barrels of powder.

September 25, 1775 British capture Col. Ethan Allen and thirty-eight men near Montreal.

October 7, 1775 Bristol, Rhode Island, bombarded.

October 10, 1775 General William Howe replaces General Gage as commander of the British army in America, who leaves for England.

October 18, 1775 Falmouth, Me., burned by British

November 2, 1775 St. John, Canada, surrenders to Americans

November 4, 1775 Congress orders a battalion to protect Georgia

November 7, 1775 British fleet repulsed at Hampton, Virginia. (October 25, 1775), and Lord Dunmore declares open war.

November 12, 1775 Night attack of the British vessels Tamar and Cherokee on the schooner Defence, in Hog Island Channel, S. C.

November 13, 1775 Americans under Montgomery capture Montreal

November 29, 1775 Benjamin Harrison, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Johnson, John Dickinson, and John Jay, appointed by Congress for secret correspondence with allies of America in Great Britain, Ireland, and other countries.

December 9, 1775 Battle of Great BridgeVirginia.

December 13, 1775 Congress appoints Silas DeaneJohn Langdon, and Christopher Gadsden, to fit out two vessels of war( November 25) orders thirteen vessels of war built and appoints Esek Hopkins commander.

December, 1775 British vessels driven from Charleston Harbor, by artillery company under Colonel Moultrie, stationed on Haddrell’s Point.

December 31, 1775 American forces united under Montgomery and Arnold repulsed at Quebec; Montgomery killed.

Revolutionary War Timeline: 1776

1775 1776 1777 1778 1779 1780 1781 1782 1783

January 1, 1776 George Washington unfurls the first Union flag of thirteen stripes at Cambridge, Mass.

January. 1, 1776 Norfolk, Va., partly burned by Governor Dunmore.

February 27, 1776 Battle of Moore’s CreekNorth Carolina McDonald’s loyalists routed by militia; seventy killed and wounded.

March 2, 1776 Silas Deane appointed political agent to the French Court.

March 17, 1776 Howe evacuates Boston.

March 23, 1776 Congress authorizes privateering.

April 6, 1776 Congress orders the ports open to all nations.

April 22, 1776 North Carolina declares for independence.

May 6, 1776 American forces under General John Thomas retire from the siege of Quebec.

May, 1776 Rhode Island, (May 4); Massachusetts, (May 10); and Virginia, (May 14), declare for independence.

May 15, 1776 Congress advises each colony to form a government independent of Great Britain.

June 7, 1776 Resolution introduced in Congress by Richard Henry Lee, that “the United Colonies are and ought to be free and independent States; that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British crown, and that their political connection with Great Britain is and ought to be totally dissolved ” (Richard Henry Lee was the Great Uncle of Robert E. Lee)

June 11, 1776 Committee appointed by Congress to prepare a form of confederation.

June 11, 1776 Committee appointed by Congress to draw up a Declaration of Independence.

June 12, 1776 Board of war and ordnance appointed by Congress, consisting of five members; John AdamsRoger Sherman, Benjamin Harrison, James Wilson, and Edward Rutledge; Richard Peters elected secretary.

June 18, 1776 American forces under General Sullivan retire from Canada to Crown Point, N. Y.

June 28, 1776 Unsuccessful attack on Fort Moultrie by British fleet under Sir Peter Parker.

July 4, 1776 Declaration of Independence adopted by Congress.

July 9, 1776 Declaration of Independence read to the army in New York by order of General George Washington.

August 22, 1776 British General Lord Howe lands 10,000 men and forty guns near Gravesend.

August 27, 1776 Battle of Long Island.

August 29-30, 1776 Washington withdraws his forces from Long Island to the city of New York.

September 9, 1776 Congress resolves “that all Continental commissions in which heretofore the words ‘United Colonies’ have been used, bear hereafter the words ‘United States’ “

September 14, 1776 Americans evacuate New York City.

September 16, 1776 British repulsed at Harlem Heights.

September 22, 1776 Benjamin FranklinSilas Deane, and Arthur Lee appointed ambassadors to the Court of France.

September 22, 1776 Nathan Hale executed as a spy at New York.

October 11-13, 1776 Battle on Lake Champlain; British victory.

October 18, 1776 Thaddeus Kosciuszko, arrives; recommended to Washington by Dr. Franklin ; appointed colonel of engineers by Congress.

October 28, 1776 Battle of White Plains, New York; British victory.

October, 1776 Franklin sails for France in the Reprisal, of sixteen guns, one of the new Continental frigates, the first national vessel to appear in the Eastern Hemisphere.

November 1, 1776 Congress authorizes the raising of $5,000,000 by lottery for expenses of the next campaign.

November 16, 1776 Fort Washington on the Hudson captured by the British.

November, 1776 Americans evacuate Fort Lee, November 18, and retreat across New Jersey to Pennsylvania.

November 28, 1776 Eight thousand British troops land and take possession of Rhode Island.

December 8, 1776 Washington with his forces crosses the Delaware into Pennsylvania.

December 8, 1776 Sir Peter Parker takes possession of Rhode Island, and blockades the American fleet at Providence.

December 12 1776 Major General Charles Lee captured by British at Baskingridge, N. J

December 26, 1776 Battle of Trenton, New Jersey

December 30, 1776 Congress resolves to send commissioners to the courts of Vienna, Spain, Prussia, and Tuscany.

State’s Constitutional Militias Buy More Firearms In 3 Months, Than What It Takes To Outfit The Entire Chinese And Indian Armies Combined!

Revolutionary War, Year 1777

1775 1776 1777 1778 1779 1780 1781 1782 1783

January 3, 1777 Battle of Princeton.

January, 1777 Washington’s army encamps for the winter at Morristown.

January 23, 1777 Americans under General Maxwell capture Elizabethtown, New Jersey.

February 6, 1777 Letters of marque and reprisal granted by England against American ships.

February 26, 1777 Five vessels belonging to a British supply fleet are sunk near Amboy, N. J.

April 8, 1777 Vermont declares itself an independent State, (January, 1777), and presents a petition to Congress for admission into the confederacy, which was denied.

April 26, 1777 Danbury, Connecticut, destroyed by troops under ex-Governor Tryon.

May 23, 1777 Colonel Meigs, with whale-boats from Guilford, attacks the British forces at Sag Harbor, destroying vessels and stores and taking ninety prisoners.

June 14, 1777 Stars and Stripes adopted by Congress.

June 30, 1777 British under General Howe evacuate New Jersey, crossing to Staten Island.

July 1, 1777 British under Burgoyne appear before Ticonderoga.

July 6, 1777 American garrison withdraw from New York.

July 7, 1777 Battle of Hubbardton, Vermont.

July 10, 1777 British General Richard Prescott surprised and captured near Newport by Lieutenant-Colonel Barton.

July 27, 1777 Miss Jane McCrea captured by Indians in British employ at Fort Edward, New York, was shot and scalped.

July 29, 1777 On the approach of Burgoyne General Schuyler evacuates Fort Edward, and retreats down the Hudson Valley.

July 31, 1777 General Lafayette, who volunteers his services to Congress, is commissioned major-general.

August 3, 1777 Lafayette introduced to Washington in Philadelphia, and attached to his personal staff.

August 6, 1777 Battle of Oriskany, New York.

August 16, 1777 Battle of Bennington, Vermont.

August 19, 1777 Gen. Philip Schuyler succeeded by Gen. Horatio Gates in command of the Northern army.

August 22, 1777 General Arnold sent to relieve Fort Schuyler, invested by British under St. Leger, who retreats and returns to Montreal.

September 11, 1777 Battle of Brandywine, Washington defeated.

September 15, 1777 Count Pulaski commissioned brigadier- general by Congress.

September 19, 1777 Battle of Stillwater, New York; Results are indecisive.

September 20-21, 1777 Three hundred of Wayne‘s troops slaughtered at Paoli.

September 27, 1777 British army occupies Philadelphia.

October 4, 1777 Battle of Germantown; Americans repulsed.

October 6, 1777 Forts Clinton and Montgomery captured by the British.

October 7, 1777 Battle of Saratoga, New York.

October 17, 1777 General Burgoyne’s army surrenders.

October 22-23, 1777 Successful defense of Fort Mifflin and Fort Mercer.

October, 1777 Congress creates a new board of war, General Gates presiding

November 15, 1777 Articles of Confederation adopted.

November 16-20, 1777 Forts Mifflin and Mercer besieged by the British and captured.

November, 1777 Congress recommends to the several States to raise by taxes $5,000,000 for the succeeding year.

December 4, 1777 Howe leaves Philadelphia with 14,000 men to drive Washington from his position at Whitemarsh, but does not attack

December 8, 1777 Howe hurriedly returns to Philadelphia.

December 18, 1777 American army goes into winter quarters at Valley Forge, on the Schuylkill.

December, 1777 General Charles Lee released in exchange for General Prescott.

Obama Using IMF (International Monetary Fund) To Send America’s Money Overseas! Unemployment At 22%

Revolutionary War Timeline: 1778

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January 5, 1778 Battle of the Kegs.

February 6, 1778 Louis XVI. acknowledges the independence of the colonies, and signs a treaty of alliance and commerce.

February, 1778 Baron Steuben joins the camp at Valley Forge.

April 22, 1778 Bill introduced by Lord North in Parliament concerning peace negotiations with America reaches Congress and is rejected.

May 2, 1778 French treaty reaches Congress by messenger.

May 4, 1778 Deane’s treaty with France ratified.

May 18, 1778 Mischianza, a festival, is given at Philadelphia by the British officers in honor of Sir William Howe (who had been succeeded by Sir Henry Clinton), six days before his return to England.

May 20, 1778 Affair at Barren Hill.

May 25, 1778 British raid in Warren and Bristol, Rhode Island.

May 31, 1778 Colonel Ethan Allen, released from imprisonment, returns toBennington, Vermont.

June 10, 1778 Earl of Carlisle, George Johnstone, and William Eden, appointed peace commissioners to America, with Prof. Adam Ferguson as secretary.

June 18, 1778 British evacuate Philadelphia and retire across the Delaware into New Jersey.

June 18, 1778 Americans break camp at Valley Forge and follow.

June 28, 1778 Battle of Monmouth Courthouse, New Jersey, British retreat.

June 29, 1778 Molly Pitcher” commissioned sergeant by Washington for bravery atMonmouth.

July 4, 1778 Massacre of inhabitants in Wyoming Valley, Pa., by Indians and Tories.

July 4, 1778 Expedition from Virginia under Maj. George Rogers Clarke captures the British fort at Kaskaskia.

July 9, 1778 Articles of Confederation signed by delegates from eight States—New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New York, Virginia, and South Carolina.

July 21, 1778 Delegates from North Carolina sign them Delegates from Georgia sign them July 24, 1778.

July 29, 1778 French fleet, under Count D’Estaing, enters Narraganset Bay.

August 6, 1778 M. Gerard, minister from France to America, received in Congress.

August 11, 1778 Congress rejects the bills of Parliament, and refuses to negotiate with Great Britain until her fleets and armies are withdrawn and she acknowledges the independence of the colonies.

August 12, 1778 General Charles Lee by court-martial for disobedience, misbehavior, and disrespect to Washington, suspended from command for one year.

August 29, 1778 Battle of Rhode Island.

August 31, 1778 Americans evacuate Rhode Island, August30, and British occupy Newport.

September 5, 1778 British under General Grey burn Bedford village, in Dartmouth, Mass., and seventy American vessels lying at the wharfs.

September 14, 1778 Benjamin Franklin appointed minister to the Court of France.

November 10, 1778 Massacre by Indians and Tories at Cherry Valley, N. Y.

December 29, 1778 British troops under Howe capture Savannah; the Americans retreat across the Savannah River.

1778-79 Northern American army hutted in cantonments from Danbury, Conn., to Elizabethtown, N. J., for the winter.

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Revolutionary War Timeline: 1779

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1779 Major General Benjamin Lincoln, commanding the Southern forces, establishes his first post at Purysburg, on the Savannah River.

January 2, 1779 Congress calls upon the States for their quotas of $15,000,000 for the year, and $6,000,000 annually for eighteen years to follow as a sinking-fund.

January, 1779 Vincennes, Ind., captured by the British

January 12, 1779 British under General McLane take possession of Castine, Me.

February 3, 1779 British under Major Gardiner driven from Port Royal Island by General Moultrie.

February, 1779 Franklin commissioned sole minister plenipotentiary to France, and Adams recalled.

February 14, 1779 Battle of Kettle Creek, Ga , American victory.

February 20, 1779 Americans under Major Clarke capture Vincennes.

March 3, 1779 Battle of Brier Creek, Georgia, British victory.

March 26, 1779 Salt works at Horseneck, Conn., destroyed by General Tryon.

April, 1779 American ministers recalled, except at Versailles and Madrid.

June 20, 1779 Americans repulsed at Stono Ferry, S. C.

June, 1779 Spain declares war against Great Britain.

July 12, 1779 British under Tryon plunder New Haven (July 5), and burn Fairfield (July 8), and Norwalk.

July 16, 1779 Americans under Wayne take by storm Fort Stony Point, N. Y.

July 25, 1779 Expedition against the British at Fort Castine, Me., repulsed.

August 13, 1779 American fleet arrive at Penobscot, and are dispersed by British fleet.

August 14, 1779 Congress agrees to a basis of terms for a peace with Great Britain.

July-Sept., 1779 General Sullivan’s campaign against the Six Nations; the Indian villages of the Genesee Valley destroyed.

September 3, 1779 British fleet at Tybee captured by Count D’Estaing.

September, 1779 Congress votes thanks and a gold medal to Major Lee, for surprising and capturing (August 19) the British garrison at Paulus’s Hook.

September 17, 1779 Congress guarantees the Floridas to Spain if she takes them from Great Britain, provided the United States should enjoy the free navigation of the Mississippi River.

September 23, 1779 Naval engagement off Flamborough Head, England ; the Bon Homme Richard (American), Paul Jones commander, captures the British gun-ship Serapis.

September 27, 1779 John Jay appointed minister to Spain, and John Adams to negotiate a peace with Great Britain.

September 23-October 9, 1779 Siege of Savannah, Georgia, by Americans and French, fails; Pulaski killed.

October 1, 1779 A company of British regulars and four armed vessels in the Ogeechee River, Ga., surrenders to Colonel White.

October 11-25, 1779 British evacuate Rhode Island.

November 17, 1779 M. Gerard succeeded by the Chevalier de la Luzerne as minister from France to the United States.

December, 1779 American army winters at Morristown.

December 26, 1779 General Clinton sails from New York against Charleston.

O eternal and everlasting God, I presume to present myself this morning before thy Divine majesty, beseeching thee to accept of my humble and hearty thanks, that it hath pleased thy great goodness to keep and preserve me the night past from all the dangers poor mortals are subject to, and has given me sweet and pleasant sleep, whereby I find my body refreshed and comforted for performing the duties of this day, in which I beseech thee to defend me from all perils of body and soul.

Direct my thoughts, words and work. Wash away my sins in the immaculate blood of the lamb, and purge my heart by thy Holy Spirit, from the dross of my natural corruption, that I may with more freedom of mind and liberty of will serve thee, the ever lasting God, in righteousness and holiness this day, and all the days of my life.

Increase my faith in the sweet promises of the Gospel. Give me repentance from dead works. Pardon my wanderings, & direct my thoughts unto thyself, the God of my salvation. Teach me how to live in thy fear, labor in thy service, and ever to run in the ways of thy commandments. Make me always watchful over my heart, that neither the terrors of conscience, the loathing of holy duties, the love of sin, nor an unwillingness to depart this life, may cast me into a spiritual slumber. But daily frame me more and more into the likeness of thy son Jesus Christ, that living in thy fear, and dying in thy favor, I may in thy appointed time attain the resurrection of the just unto eternal life. Bless my family, friends & kindred unite us all in praising & glorifying thee in all our works begun, continued, and ended, when we shall come to make our last account before thee blessed Saviour, who hath taught us thus to pray, our Father.

— PRESIDENT GEORGE WASHINGTON

Revolutionary War Timeline: 1780

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January, 1780 Washington reprimands General Arnold, by order of Congress, for misconduct charged by the council of Philadelphia.

January 10, 1780 General Charles Lee dismissed from the army.

March, 1780 Congress sends General Gates to succeed Baron de Kalb, who, by the surrender of General Lincoln, had been commander-in-chief in the South.

April 10, 1780 General Clinton lays siege to Charleston.

April 14, 1780 Battle at Monk’s Corner, S. C.

May 11, 1780 Lafayette rejoins the army, after a visit to France, bringing a commission from the French government to Washington as lieutenant-general and vice-admiral of France, so that he may be commander-in-chief of the united forces of France and the United States.

May 6, 1780 Fort Moultrie, S. C., surrendered to Captain Hudson of the British navy.

May 12, 1780 Charleston, S. C., capitulates.

May 29, 1780 Massacre of Americans under Colonel Buford at Waxhaw, on the North Carolina border, by British under Tarleton.

June 3, 1780 General Clinton proclaims South Carolina subject to England.

June 20, 1780 Battle of Ramsour’s Mills, N. C.

June 23, 1780 Battle at Springfield, N. J.; General Clinton burns the town.

July 10, 1780 French army of 6,000 men, under Rochambeau, reaches Newport Harbor, R. I.

July 30, 1780 Battle of Rocky Mount, S. C.

August 3, 1780 Command in the highlands of the Hudson with West Point given to General Benedict Arnold.

August 6, 1780 Battle of Hanging Rock, S. C.

August 16, 1780 Battle of Camden, S. C. ; Gates defeated.

August 18, 1780 Battles of Musgrove Mills and Fishing CreekS. C.

September 21, 1780 Major John Andre, British adjutant-general, meets Benedict Arnold near Stony Point, N. Y.

September 23, 1780 Major Andre captured near Tarrytown.

September 24, 1780 Arnold escapes to the British vessel Vulture.

September 26, 1780 Battle of Charlotte, N. C

October 2, 1780 Andre convicted as a spy by military board, General Nathanael Greene, president, September 29, and hung at Tappan, N. Y.

Oct., 1780 Congress votes John Paulding, David Williams, and Isaac Van Wart, captors of Andre, its thanks, a silver medal, and a pension of $200 each yearly, for life.

October 6, 1780 Henry Laurens, minister from United States, seized on his way to Holland by a British frigate, September 3, and imprisoned in the Tower of London.

October 7, 1780 Battle of King’s Mountain, S. C.

October 10, 1780 Congress resolves that western lands to be ceded shall be formed into republican States, and become equal members of the Union.

October 14, 1780 Gen. Nathanael Greene appointed to command of the armies in the South, superseding General Gates.

Dec., 1780 Colonel John Laurens appointed a special minister to France to secure a loan.

Revolutionary War Timeline: 1781

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January 1, 1781 Pennsylvania troops break camp at Morristown, January 1, demanding back pay. Congress appoints a commission, which accedes to their demand.

January 5-6, 1781 Benedict Arnold plunders Richmond, Virginia.

Jan., 1781 Robert R. Livingston appointed secretary of foreign affairs by Congress.

January 17, 1781 Battle of Cowpens, S. C.; American victory.

January 23-27, 1781 Mutiny of New Jersey troops quelled by General Robert Howe.

February 2, 1781 Young’s house, near White Plains, surprised by British.

January 28  – February 13, 1781 Skilful retreat of Americans under General Greene from Cowpens to the River Dan, pursued by Cornwallis.

March 1, 1781 Final ratification of Articles of Confederation announced by order of Congress.

March 15, 1781 Battle of Guildford Courthouse, N. C.

April 24, 1781  British under Generals Phillips and Benedict Arnold occupy Petersburg.

April 25, 1781 Battle of Hobkirk’s Hill, S. C. .

May, 1781 Union of Vermont with the British proposed to Col. Ira Allen at Isles aux Noix, Canada.

May 20, 1781 Cornwallis joins Arnold at Petersburg, Va

September 14, 1780 Augusta, Ga., taken by Colonel Clark ; retaken by British, September 17, 1780 ; capitulates to Americans June 5, 1781

June 18, 1781 General Wadsworth captured, and imprisoned at Castine, Me.

June 21, 1781 British abandon Fort Ninety-six.

June 22, 1781 Jonas Fay, Ira Allen, and Bazaleel Woodward appointed to represent the
cause of Vermont in the Continental Congress.

August 4, 1781 General Lafayette attacks Cornwallis, near Green Springs, Virginia, and is repulsed July 6, 1781.

August, 1781 Cornwallis retires with his army to Yorktown It. Livingston appointed secretary of foreign affairs by Congress.

August 20, 1781 Congress requires Vermont to relinquish territory east of the Connecticut and west of the present New York line before admission as a State.

August 25, 1781 Combined armies of Americans and French start for Yorktown, Va., from the Hudson River.

August 30, 1781 Count de Grasse, with the French fleet, arrives in the Chesapeake.

September 5, 1781 Lafayette joins French troops under Count de St. Simon at Green Springs, September 3, and they occupy Williamsburg, about 15 miles from Yorktown.

September 6, 1781 Benedict Arnold plunders and burns New London, Conn., and captures Fort Griswold.

September 7, 1781 British fleet under Admiral Graves appears in the Chesapeake.

September 8, 1781 Indecisive battle of Eutaw Springs, S. C.

September 14, 1781 Washington and Count Rochambeau reach Williamsburg

October 5-19, 1781 Siege of Yorktown

October 19, 1781 Cornwallis surrenders at Yorktown.

October 29, 1781 Sir Henry Clinton, with fleet of thirty-five vessels and 7,000 troops, arrives at the Chesapeake, October 24, and returns to New York.

December 13, 1781 Benjamin Lincoln appointed Secretary of War by Congress October 30, Day of public thanksgiving and prayer observed throughout the United States.

December 31, 1781 Henry Laurens released from imprisonment in the Tower of London.

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Revolutionary War Timeline: 1782

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April 19, 1782 Holland recognizes the independence of United States.

May 5, 1782 Sir Guy Carleton, appointed to succeed Clinton, lands in New York.

June 14, 1782 Orders received by Sir James Wright at Savannah for the evacuation of the province.

July 11, 1782 Savannah, Ga., evacuated by the British.

October 8, 1782 Treaty of amity and commerce concluded by Mr. Adams, on part of the United States, with Holland.

November 30, 1782 Preliminary articles of peace signed at Paris by Richard Oswald for Great Britain, and by John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, and Henry Laurens for the United States.

December 14, 1782 British evacuate Charleston, S. C.

December 24, 1782 French army embarks from Boston for San Domingo, having been in the United States two years five months and fourteen days.

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Revolutionary War Timeline: 1783

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February 5, 1783 Sweden recognizes independence of United States.

February 25, 1783 Denmark recognizes independence of United States.

March 15, 1783 Congress being unable to pay either officers or men of the army, an anonymous address is circulated, March 11, 1783, advising the army at Newburg, N. Y., to enforce its claims. The situation is critical, but Washington, by an admirable address, obtains from the officers a declaration of confidence in Congress and the country.

March 22, 1783 Congress grants five years’ full pay to officers in lieu of half-pay for life, promised October 21, 1780.

March 24, 1783 Spain recognizes independence of United States.

April 15, 1783 Congress ratifies the preliminary treaty with Great Britain.

April 19, 1783 Congress proclaims a cessation of hostilities, April 11, 1783, which is read
to the army.

July, 1783 Independence of the United States recognized by Russia

September 3, 1783 Definitive treaty signed by David Hartley on the part of Great Britain, and by Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and John Jay on the part of the United States.

November 2, 1783 Washington issues his “Farewell Address to the Army” from Rocky Hill, near Princeton, N. J.

November 3, 1783 By general order of Congress, proclaimed October 18, the army is disbanded, a small force remaining at West Point.

November 25, 1783 British evacuate New York City

December 4, 1783 General Washington bids farewell to his officers at Fraunce’s tavern, corner Pearl and Broad Streets, New York City.

December 4, 1783 British evacuate Long Island and Staten Island (withdrawing their last armed man sent for the purpose of reducing the colonies to subjection)

December 23, 1783 Washington resigns his commission as commander-in-chief at the State-house, Annapolis, Md., and retires to Mount Vernon

January 14, 1784 Congress ratifies the definitive treaty of peace

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DUMP YOUR SAVINGS AND GIVE IT TO US.

IN ONE WORD THAT IS CALLED:

FASCISM!

April 19, 2011 ~ Despite claims to the contrary, the taxpayers are still very much the owners of General Motors, and the stock is becoming a bit of a hot potato in the hands of the Obama administration. On one hand, they don’t want to still be holding GM’s stock during the 2012 election year when it could become a campaign issue. But, if they sell it this year it mean losing billions.

At Monday’s price, and taking into account shares sold during the IPO, taxpayers would lose more than $11 billion on the rescue if the government dumped the rest of its stake now.

Government officials are willing to take the loss because the Obama administration would like to sever its last ties to the auto maker, the people familiar with the matter said. A summer sale makes it more likely Treasury could sell all of its stake in GM by year’s end, avoiding a potentially controversial sale in the 2012 presidential election year.

Keep in mind that the only reason why we bailed GM out to begin with was to keep the company from dispensing with the United Auto Workers’ extravagant labor contracts. If GM had gone intobankruptcy, those contracts could have been dispensed and entirely re-negotiated.

As it was, the taxpayers bought GM and guided it through extra-special bankruptcy during which President Obama’s friends at the UAW got extra-special treatment.

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