Hello everyone! Happy 4th of July! I hope you all have a wonderful day and celebration. Enjoy the fireworks and family.
A huge thank you to our armed forces and law enforcement. And to all those who have given their lives for this country, so we can enjoy the freedom we do today, a big thank you. As well as to their families, and to the families of servicemen and women everywhere.
Don’t forget to watch the fireworks live from D.C. and you can rewatch the President’s speech and military air craft flyovers here:
Happy 4th of July everyone!! Enjoy this Independence Day. God Bless!! ❤ God Bless America!! 😀
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mr. President! You have been a blessing to this country and we could not be more grateful for you. You have our vote in the 2020 elections, and our support ALWAYS. Keep doing the wonderful work you have been, we are praying for you, your staff, your family, and America every day. God Bless and Happy Birthday!
I just wanted to write a quick appreciation post to our president because I think after almost four years of being in office and five years since he first ran, the country has not only regained so much of the wonderful qualities we’d started to forget, but also has drastically improved in so many areas. If you’d like to spread the love, appreciation, and love of our country, please re-post this article, share it on social media, and write your own Happy Birthday to our president! God Bless!
Also, can we just take a moment to appreciate the absolute perfection of our First Lady? She is SOOOO beautiful and gorgeous and I think she has an impeccable sense of fashion. I wish I could dress like her for a week and look half as good. We love you Melania!
Please share everyone! #MAGA Let’s show OUR president our love and support! Thank you! ❤
The Federal Reserve is the central bank of the U.S.A. However, it is not part of the U.S. government. In the early nineteen hundreds, the Morgans, the Rockefellers and the president (Woodrow Wilson) all heavily supported the creation of the Central Bank. In 1910 the Morgans, Rockefellers and Sen. Aldrich met on Jekyll Island and created the Federal Reserve Act. This act was passed by Congress and signed by the president three years later. In 1914 the Fed began official operations. Continue reading