TAG:  History

  • Honoring Veterans with a 99 Year Old School Ritual - Cage's Corner

    A good friend sent me an email on Friday, November 8th, suggesting that with Veteran's Day on the following Monday, we should do something that evening at the Boulder County Movie Nights to honor our Veterans.  As usual when I'm

  • A Flag Day Tribute - Cage's Corner

    Francis Scott Key, a lawyer from Baltimore, had just successfully negotiated a one-to-one prisoner exchange with the British and went down into the hold of the ship to tell the men that they would be free that

  • Message on Declaration of Independence & a Cage's Corner Re-Run - Cage's Corner

    Message from the Director
    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

    The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States are the two most important, and enduring documents in our

  • 1934 Chicago Tribune Political Cartoon - Cage's Corner




  • Independence Day Message from Thomas Krannawitter - Cage's Corner

    Our Founding Document Is As Radical Now As It Was In 1776

    As we sip beer and watch fireworks this 4th of July, think of all the freedoms we enjoy: the freedom

  • An Old Declaration - Cage's Corner

    Look what I found!  Quoted below, un-edited, is an old document that eloquently cuts to the heart of the principles of freedom, the assaults against it, and the steps that must be taken to revive it.  I hope you’ll take the time to read it;