Few people could tell a story like Paul Harvey did. He didn’t just tell a story, he sparked the imagination and nourished the soul.
Here, Paul Harvey tells a story — as only he can — about the generations before us who built the nation we now celebrate.
It’s a story whose lesson we desperately need to learn again.
There really isn’t much to add to a story like that one.
This leaves us room to remind our readers about the ClashDaily store that helps keep this site running — without hiding all of our best content behind an annoying paywall.
Aside from the banners reminding our readers about some of our most popular collections, we really don’t feature the products from our store as much as we probably should.
So we’re going to take a moment and feature some of our ClashDaily exclusive t-shirts that fit with the Independence Day theme. (And yes, the pics are ‘clickable’.)
These two are using simple math to state a powerful fact about America:
This design is inspired by the flag George Washington commissioned for his ships, with a great story behind it. (Try: Washington Cruisers Flag as a search term if you’re looking up the original.)
Next, in keeping with the theme, we’ve got two more modern variations on Revolutionary themes. The Gadsden Flag with a modern twist, and the familiar circle of stars from the Betsy Ross flag circling the year America’s Independence was declared.
Our final featured shirts are part of our pushback against the speech police.
Like our heroic masculinity series, our Hunter’s Laptop Matters series, or our Florida series, our ‘pronoun’ series takes dead aim at the people who want to control how we think and speak. Here are two (of the four designs we have available:
If you still believe America is the best damned country on the planet, you just might like what you can find in our store.
Head there before the control freaks at P*yP*l notice we still have some nonconformist products and insist they be taken down, too!