09-06 Politically Incorrect Daily




Political Memes and Funny Pictures

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The Left’s Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds

Biden: Justice Department examining limits to ‘un-American’ Texas abortion law

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Social Media Posts of the Day

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Quote of the Day

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Message of the Day

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  1. The lineage of statements proposing that freedom is worth dying for can be traced back through the ages. Vivre libre ou mourir (“Live Free or Die”) was a popular motto of the French Revolution, perhaps inspired by this passage in Louis-Sebastian Mercier’s 1771 French novel, The Year 2440: “Choose then, man! Be happy or miserable; if yet it be in thy power to choose: fear tyranny, detest slavery, arm thyself, live free, or die!” And in 1775, Patrick Henry closed his address during the Second Virginia Convention with the now-famous line “Give me liberty or give me death!” Going way back, the monument to the 1345 Battle of Warns in the Netherlands features a phrase that translates as “Better to be dead than a slave”—and it probably wasn’t a new thought then, either.

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    https://newengland.com/today/living/new-england-history/live-free-or-die-new-hampshire-motto/

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