Civil War Reenactment

Civil War Reenactment

It’s time for a lunch break on the set of this Civil War reenactment, when opposing forces can break bread and relax with a glass of lemonade. I took this photograph at the Cumberland Gap National Historic Park, in Cumberland Gap, Tennessee. Guests are welcome to visit my galleries at Redbubble and Society 6, where a wide variety of interesting gifts and apparel may be discovered. Thanks for stopping by!

Women’s Second Amendment T-shirt

Second Amendment T-shirt

Enjoy this t-shirt promoting your Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. Available in women’s sizes Small through 2XL, or select from a variety of other clothing styles. Support our US Constitution, and God bless America!

Independence Day

Established on July 4th, 1776, our patriotic Independence Day commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence, recognizing that the original thirteen American colonies were no longer part of the British Empire. God bless America!

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Constitutional Blueprint Graphic T-shirt

Constitutional Blueprint Graphic T-shirt

Enjoy this blueprint graphic design on a t-shirt, featuring an original word cloud created using text from the United States Constitution. Made in the USA with fully-printed polyester/elastane front, 100% cotton back, sleeves, and binding. One of a kind patriotic fashion!

Women’s Relaxed Fit 2nd Amendment T-shirt

Women's Relaxed Fit 2nd Amendment T-shirt

Enjoy this women’s t-shirt, featuring a boxy, oversized fit with wide scoop neckline and a short dolman sleeve. Solid colors: 100% Cotton, Heather Colors: 90% Cotton, 10% Polyester. Show support as a citizen for your Constitutional right to keep and bears arms. God bless America!

South Carolina Passes Bill Excluding Sharia Law

With Senate approval and a signature from Governor Nikki Haley, South Carolina will  join several other states – including Alabama, Arizona, Kansas, Louisiana, North Carolina South Dakota, and Tennessee – in passing ‘foreign law’ bans against Sharia:

The legislation voted upon was explained as “A bill to amend the code of laws of South Carolina … so as to prevent a court or other enforcement authority from enforcing foreign law including, but not limited to, Sharia Law in this state from a forum outside of the United States or its territories under certain circumstances.

Right on! 

Source: South Carolina House Passes Bill Excluding Sharia Law From State Courts, by Jordan Schachtel (breitbart.com)