The , like Prohibition before it, is responsible for every violent or dangerous problem created by those involved in the drug industry. The flag could mean whatever one wants it to mean. While there are many examples of 13-star arrangements, some of those flags included blue stripes as well as red and white. O n the American flag W hite means bravery Blue: strength Red: believes in Justice. Within thosecontinents are many countries, each with their own flag andidentity. Greatly appreciated are the fifth grade teachers who educate the youth about our nation's history and flag.
Our flag is the symbol of the things we as Americans hold in our hearts and minds. Archived from on January 25, 2009. Both flags were documented by the Dutch government in October 1779, making them two of the earliest known flags of 13 stars. Alternate the red and white, that the union be 13 stars, white in a blue field. Our flag is a representation of, not just our individual religious freedom, but of our standing together and ruling as one. The story credits for sewing the first flag from a pencil sketch handed to her by George Washington.
In the upper left corner there is a rectangular blue space that contains fifty white stars. The United States welfare system has done little but to serve as a destructive force toward the institutions of family, fraternity, and community, and the promotion of pride in. Confiscatory Fiscal Policy: Taxation in the United States is a very onerous thing. Last, but not least, white represents purity. Why do so many people display this flag on an everyday basis, and who exactly are these people.
And meaning can certainly change or evolve as time goes on and people encounter new ideas and have new experiences. The 50 stars on the flag represent the 50 , and the 13 stripes represent the that declared independence from the , and became the first states in the U. They fought for what it stands for. The American Flag in the Art of Our Country. One set was given on the website of the as early as 1998; the website of the U.
The colors so vibrant, the sound as the wind moves the flag to and fro. Despite the 1777 resolution, the early years of American independence featured many different flags. Some colonists also felt that the Company could be a powerful ally in the , as they shared similar aims and grievances against the British government tax policies. It was to represent the blood of the people who sacrificed their lives to overthrow the Qing Dynasty and create Taiwan aka the Republic of China. We can walk through the doors of our church every Sunday, knowing we can worship God and a Savior freely.
Just prior to the casket being lowered into the ground, the flag is ceremonially folded and presented to the deceased's next of kin as a token of respect. One overall winner is forwarded to District competition. Not for themselves, but for those who wanted a better future for their children, and who were willing to sacrifice anything for the freedom that we often do not take into account today. The Greenberry Series on Maryland. I remain unconvinced that any war that the United States has engaged in during its existence was justified on either ethical or practical grounds. Can you imagine the feeling the Marines had placing the flag upon that mount so long ago? Hopkinson's flag for the Navy is the one that the Nation preferred as the national flag. The flag represents that very right to freedom of speech.
A flag represents the nation that adopts it. The first American flag represented the 13 colonies, with its 13 stars and 13 stripes. The flag has become a powerful symbol of , and is flown on many occasions, with giant outdoor flags used by retail outlets to draw customers. However, the United States has had many different designs of the flag. The Case of The Bible vs. Since the beginning of this nation, millions have fought and died, on whatever the battlefield or over whatever law, for this nation. Nowadays, we are united under one nation, enjoying our freedom together.
That was successfully followed through. Prior to our Declaration of Independence we flew the British flags as ships of a British Colony. Do you even think about the words that are coming out of your mouth? Since we had ships at sea and were at war with the British our … ships needed to fly our own National flag. I love our American flag and everything it stands for. While scholars still argue about this, tradition holds that the new flag was first hoisted in June 1777 by the at the.