Category Archives: Holidays

President George Washington’s Birthday 2017

Washington_Crossing_the_Delaware_by_Emanuel_Leutze,_MMA-NYC,_1851 - CopyToday is the anniversary of the birth of George Washington, our first president.

Supposedly.

Did you know that Washington was actually, technically, born on February 11, 1731, not February 22, 1732? How could it be that he has two dates of birth? (Something he has in common with a former president we know only too well.)

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Happy Valentine’s Day 2017

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Wishing y’all a happy Valentine’s Day and lots of love.

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Welcome 2017! Happy New Year!

newyear-copyTime to ring out the old year and ring in the new. This coming year we have so much for which to be thankful. While it’s true that Barack Hussein Obama II would be leaving the White House in 2017 no matter who won the presidency, it’s certainly also true that our new year would have been far from happy should Hillary Clinton have been the incoming resident.  So it’s time to

Celebrate!

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Thanksgiving Day 2016

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We have a lot to be thankful for this year and in the coming year. Let’s count our blessings today and be thankful for every one.

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Labor Day Weekend 2016

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Since Labor Day was the invention of a Marxist trade union, then here at WTPOTUS we’re simply going to celebrate the “workingmen’s working person’s holiday” aspect of the day. So here’s to a three-day (or, if you’re lucky, a four-day) weekend to mark, in essence, the end of summer. May each and every one of you enjoy every minute of your holiday.

Happy Labor Day Weekend!

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National Purple Heart Day

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Today is Purple Heart Day in the United States of America. It’s an unofficial holiday which, in my opinion, ought to be an official holiday. Take time today to honor the brave who earned the Purple Heart in service to our country.

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Independence Day 2016: Happy Fourth of July Weekend!!!

Fireworks in San Diego John Adams wrote to his wife on July 4, 1776:

It ought to be solemnized with pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires and illuminations, from one end of the country to the other, from this time forward forever more.

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