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American woman Sharon Derrington stands her ground

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I love my America and would do what I can to save her from decay.  I am just an average woman who helps patrol the Texas Mexico border to help keep illegals from crossing the Rio Grande.  There are many nationalities who try to come here illegally. I attend as many protests as I am able to show my disconcern with what is happening in my country. Closing the border is number one on my list

 

Our children’s schools teach them about the victims in our nation to the exclusion of the heroes who sacrificed their families, homes, and lives to secure our freedom. College professors disparage the very idea of American exceptionalism, and our nation’s elite scoff at the idea of our reliance on God for maintaining this nation’s greatness. How can we, as parents and role models, instill in children a true and vibrant sense of patriotism?

Resistance was another option for loyalist women. In 1779, three women—Margaret Inglis, Susannah Robinson, and Mary Morris—plotted to kidnap the mayor of Albany. Others encouraged friends to refuse to take the loyalty oath to new governments. Most of the women who actively supported the Crown participated by aiding loyalist soldiers or by collecting information for the British. Some loyalist women hid their husbands from arrest, while others hid important papers or money from authorities. These acts raised questions about the autonomy of the political commitment of these women: were their actions from wifely loyalty, or evidence of independent political choice?

 

 

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