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Updated: Jul 13, 2023

It all started on Lexington Green, preserved to this day as hallow ground. We the people once stood firm against tyranny. April 19, 1975 was the shot heard round the world when a British regular accidentally discharged his rifle and the Revolutionary War was on. It was the birth of a nation. It was Paul Revere’s famous ride - one if by land, two if by sea. It was by land as the British faced the Minutemen of a new Nation, under God, that first skirmish lost by the revolutionaries, by we the people, who, outnumbered, were routed only to regroup time and time and time again, against insurmountable odds, to fight and die and persevere, that we the people may be free today. Cherish and protect your freedom.

Let us not forget those brave men who faced imminent opposition on their town greens, fought for our Liberty, and won. We thank you Brave souls, in God’s name. Amen.

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