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Phillip Dampier July 4, 2009 Editorial & Site News 5 Comments

Happy Independence Day to our American readers.  Coverage resumes Sunday!

Happy Independence Day to our American readers. Coverage resumes Sunday!

Currently there are 5 comments on this Article:

  1. Uncle Ken says:

    Picture makes a great background in tile or stretch mode. Easy on the eyes
    for seeing desktop icons.

  2. Smith6612 says:

    Happy Independence Day everyone!

  3. Rick says:

    Happy Independence Day! There is no greater privilege or responsibility than being an American and protecting and respecting our Constitutional rights for freedom. God Bless America and the right to live in a free society!!!

  4. Mark says:

    To br an American is to be truly blessed.

    BTW my birthday is also the 4th. Thanks for celebrating.

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