All photos © Harris Gaffin
The Baby And The Bath Water
If you have seen what they call a "party" has been doing to our cities and our historic statues, you might be wondering "what kind of party is that?"
Not much of one, that's for sure. The kind in fact that would throw out the baby with the bath water. They don't seem to appreciate anything.
But we're still standing. And today, we're celebrating. We are the oldest republic in the world and still, it's leader and role model.
So here is an exclusive slide show of original content showing some of the different Americans across our great country.
It's a long weekend celebration. And after that, we get back to work showing everyone what a real party is all about.
Happy Fourth of July Weekend!Here's to celebrating the world's oldest republic.
That's right. Forget that "Young Country" nonsense. There's a big difference between a kingdom and a country. A kingdom is not a country, nation, or republic because it has no constitution. So please correct our "Young European" friends should they get it wrong. A republic means citizen have a representative government, something kings and queens
Not only that, we are blessed to be citizens of the world's longest sustaining transfer of power by peaceful means. And one of oldest Bill of Rights.
Great Britain - 1689 but it was not a republic and their Bill of Rights includes who would inherit the throne and it kind of evolved over the centuries.
France - 1789 but collapsed into a "Reign of Terror" and dictatorship for almost 100 years.
USA - 1791. The same system continues to this day.
Germany - 1848 but the leader was called "Kaiser" meaning "Emperor." It did not become a republic until 1918
Italy - 1947
Japan - 1947
Sweden - 1974 (Teach that to your Bernie friends)
Take a good look at the real diversity we have brought together. We are among the most diverse of all nations on earth.
July 30, Thursday, 7:00 - 8:00 pm
York county SC Republican Party Meeting
Fort Mill Hampton Inn
1520 Carolina Place Drive
Fort Mill, 29708