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Happy 244th Anniversary of American Independence!

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This day, July 4th, represents the birth of a new nation, the creation of a new civilization, one founded on the principles of freedom, equality, justice and humanity. A God Government of the people, by the people, for the people, whose just powers are derived by the consent of the governed; for which American Patriots pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor! We are so grateful to our Beloved Saint Germain for his inspiration to the early Patriots urging them to: "Sign this parchment! Sign! ... Sign your name to that parchment! Sign not only for yourselves but for all ages! For that parchment will be the textbook of Freedom, the bible of the Rights of Man forever!"

The new Lady Donna Immersion in Spirituality, Academics and Citizenship @ the "I AM" School will study excerpts from some of these Great Speeches that remind America what Independence Day is truly about!

1. Patrick Henry, “Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” 1775 Read more 2. Samuel Adams, “On American Independence” 1776 Read more

3. John Quincy Adams, “An Address Celebrating the Declaration of Independence” 1821 Read more

4. Daniel Webster “Speech at the laying of the cornerstone of the capitol,” July 4, 1851.

5. Frederick Douglass, “What to the slave is the 4th of July?”, July 5, 1852

6. Abraham Lincoln, Electric Cord Speech, 1858 Read more

7. Abraham Lincoln, Address in Independence Hall, February 22, 1861 Read more

8. Abraham Lincoln, Fragments on the Constitution and Union, January 1, 1861 Read more

9. Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, November 19, 1863 Read more

10. Winston Churchill, “The Third Great Title-Deed of Anglo-American Liberties” July 4, 1918

11. Calvin Coolidge, “Speech on the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, July 5 1926

12. John F. Kennedy, “Some Elements of the American Character” July 4, 1946

13. Martin Luther King Jr., “I Have a Dream” 1963

14. Martin Luther King Jr. “The American Dream” Sermon Delivered at Ebenezar Baptist Church” July 4, 1965 15. Ronald Reagan, “Address to the Nation on Independence Day” July 4, 1986

Courtesy of Hillsdale in D.C. - an extension of the teaching mission of Hillsdale College.

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