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Heather R. Higgins
No better way to spend a few minutes on than rereading the Declaration of Independence
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Joe 4 Jul 17
Replying to @TheHRH
Agreed. Happy 4th of July.
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MICHAEL RAINES 4 Jul 17
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Thank you for sharing the link πŸ‘πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ
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John Kish 4 Jul 17
Replying to @TheHRH @Dog4Zebra
Trip to James Town, DC & other historical places expands the perspective of our freedom & its founders. God Bless America.
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Lisa H 4 Jul 17
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Thanks for sharing I haven't read it in a long time. ❀️
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Stephen 4 Jul 17
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Absolutely, and the founders listed many grievances above and beyond "taxation without representation."
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It's All Izzy 4 Jul 17
Replying to @TheHRH @IWV
It is amazing how many people think they know what it says and what it declares when in fact they do not.
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EJB 4 Jul 17
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I love listening to the NPR recitation every year it is powerful and energizing every 4th of July <iframe src="
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Jennifer A. Davis 4 Jul 17
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Good reminder, especially for those of us with children in the home. Thank you.
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Jessica 4 Jul 17
Replying to @TheHRH @IWV
Have it hanging in my living room.
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Erik D'Andrea 4 Jul 17
Replying to @TheHRH @IWV
EVERY high school student, bar none,SHOULD be taught our about our D of I,Const.,all of the Admendments,& pass a Final exam B4 graduating.
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