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  • 3 Responses to “Tyranny”

    1. 1 Michael Tim February 28, 2009 at 4:47 pm

      I love your site!

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    2. 2 Old Paint March 18, 2009 at 9:49 pm

      Wow, what a great site! I wandered in after searching for the provenance on that “America is good…” de Tocqueville, um, quote. Dang, he shoulda’ said it! You ruined my day! Good thing your site compensated for the demotion of a truly great quote. I was wondering about the painting of George Washington at Valley Forge that you use across the top of your pages. It’s really nice. I looked for an artist’s name and the location of the original but couldn’t seem to find it. Is it in public domain now? I am normally a portrait painter, but I am so spitting mad, so positively full of rage at my government, that I am taking my visual talents elsewhere and creating a line of admittedly preachy, liberty oriented Tshirts. I’m looking for iconic Revolutionary images, and that one would sure fit the bill if it’s legal for me to use. Could you drop me a line about that? Thanks, Lonni

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