Many years ago when I was living in Salt Lake, I purchased this Uncle Sam at the Quilted Bear. He's had a few fixes in that time - new hat, new beard, new jacket.. But he is still my favorite decoration. Isn't he cute?
This hangs on my front door.... from Home Interiors.
This hangs in my front doorway, by my mail box. I found this at the D.I. for a few dollars several years ago. Love it - it was a great find.
This is my glass table.
Teaching our children to be patriotic, to know and understand the Constitution as the source of their freedoms, and to be willing to sacrifice to maintain their liberty is akin to hoisting our own title of Liberty.
President Gordon B. Hinkley said:
"I believe in America. I am grateful for the Constitution under which this nation lives and moves and has its being. I am profoundly grateful that somehow for more than two centuries of time we have existed as a nation and grown to become the strongest and most free in the entire world. I am grateful for those men whom the God in heaven raised up and inspired and who pledge their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor to establish this nation and its government.
I believe in America - one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. We are, of course, not without fault. We have more than our share of crime and of every other evil to be found on earth. I fear that we have become an arrogant people, but when all is said and done there is no other nation quite like this nation.