Posts Tagged ‘freedom’
Happy 4th of July!0
July 4, 2022 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
“So what actually happened on July 4, 1776 – ‘Independence Day’?” Happy 4th of July! Musing of Tom Roberts, a …
Category General | Tags: 1st amendment, 4th of july, all men created equal, declaration of independence, freedom, freedomworks, friends, independence day, john and sarah roberts, july 4, july 4th, quakers, religious freedom, ship kent, slavery, slavery in virginia, slaves, Thomas H. Roberts, tom roberts, Virginia Civil Rights Attorney, william penn
January 9, 2013 by Tom Roberts, Esq.
Freedom Works Commentary by Thomas H. Roberts, Esq. Founder of Freedom Works Foundation The United States of America was founded …
Category Civil Rights, Commentary, Freedom of Speech and Press, General, Religious Freedom | Tags: founder of freedom works; FreedomWorks; Founder of FreedomWorks; Freedom Works, freedom, Freedom Works, freedomworks, freedomworksfoundation