Posts Tagged ‘4th of July’

Dan Kennedy on the 4th of July

By: Dan Kennedy on: July 4th, 2014 22 Comments

I have a few thoughts, germane to what we are supposed to be celebrating on July 4th. Judge Napolitano: “The reverence we once held for privacy – and private rights with it – is virtually gone.” This is the sea change in America that will, at some point, be most regretted. We once closed our drapes. On Memorial Day, some nitwit actress, famous but not known to me, tweeted that, at 10 A.M., she had[…]

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Feed your mind like you’re at a 4th of July party

By: Dan Kennedy on: June 26th, 2012 5 Comments

With Independence Day approaching in the U.S., people are planning fireworks displays, decorated bike parades and massive feasts of food. Red, white and blue desserts adorn food magazines at checkout stands. Not to mention the red, white and blue decorations, paper plates, napkins, beach gear, clothing and so on located in every big box store, grocery store, etc. People will spend hours planning, inviting, buying and baking for parties, festivals and events. In fact, according[…]

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