Tag Archives: Independence Day

Coming to America: Hang onto a Dream

America is the only country in the world founded on ideas—not on race, not on culture, not on language, but on the ideas of human liberty and freedom. These ideas, as our founders noted, are universal, but they have been … Continue reading

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Freedom in Film: Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot (1957)

Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot is the longest running motion picture ever, watched by more than 30 million visitors to Colonial Williamsburg since 1957. One of the most technologically advanced films of its day, it was recently remastered and … Continue reading

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Freedom in Film: Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot (1957)

Williamsburg: The Story of a Patriot is the longest running motion picture ever, watched by more than 30 million visitors to Colonial Williamsburg since 1957. One of the most technologically advanced films of its day, it was recently remastered and … Continue reading

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“The Best Earthly Inheritance”

Every July much is said by eloquent writers, philosophers, political leaders, commentators, think tanks, and—thanks to blogs and social media—Americans everywhere, about the Declaration of Independence, the meaning of the American Experiment, the blessings of liberty, and the price of … Continue reading

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