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Category: American Exceptionalism

“Give it up” for a child?

December 8, 2014 | 4

An adult might ask you to do something you might never do; but you might do it for a kid. Pride might get in the way after all, you would hate to look silly…

The New York Subway system is … Read More

End Racial Division in America

December 1, 2014 |

A new Facebook Page started just yesterday, and I wanted to throw my support behind it. We’re “fixin’” to lose our nation if we don’t get it together peeps.

The new page is: End Racial Division in America

The … Read More

A New “Drug”

November 29, 2014 |

Teachers have a “drug”. It’s that “aha” moment when a kid “gets” or understands something. We love it! Now that I’m not teaching, I have a “new drug”…it’s coming across stories like this!

It’s a sick, twisted world we live … Read More

That pesky TRUTH thingie…..

November 28, 2014 |

Why those racist, meanypants, hater, “Tea Partiers” are back at it! How dare they go HELP in Ferguson! How DARE they destroy the liberal narrative! As we know, libs aren’t too bright and they’ll have to come up with a … Read More

A KOSHER, not halal Thanksgiving!

November 27, 2014 |

Man, oh man I’m always looking for an excuse to tout cutie Ben Shapiro! I love Thanksgiving; it is actually my favorite holiday.  Let’s see what truth-teller Ben has to say.

Before you watch the short (A.D.D. safe video) bear … Read More

Rag-tag Runners

November 21, 2014 |

There are no neon running shoes in this group, no “technical tees”, or fancy singlets. But there is unity and a passion to win.

The Clarkston High School Boy’s Cross Country Team from Georgia doesn’t have enough funding for everyone … Read More

Remembering the Cost

November 11, 2014 |

I tease my parents telling them they “ruined” any desire I have to travel by driving me from New Jersey to California, and back when I was two! After that, my mom said, that even for an errand I would … Read More

All Sorts of Happy Birthdays!

November 10, 2014 |

Today is the 239th birthday of the United States Marine Corps. Ironically I arrived in San Diego last night, where my hubby went to boot camp to visit with my parents!

“We Marines are truly blessed. We get to enjoy … Read More

Unhyphenated American: Edward Cage-Uncaged

October 30, 2014 |

“Once I was able to read past a third grade level with comprehension I never voted Democratic again, I ran with my wife and kids off the plantation to freedom.”

Wow! Such honesty and candor in an age of deceit. … Read More

UA Amazing American: Harris Rosen

October 29, 2014 | 2

Wouldn’t it be great to have a rich uncle? Even better to have a wise, rich uncle who doesn’t throw his money indulging you on things that won’t last, like cars and clothes, but instead your education.

Harris Rosen has … Read More

Thank you Jonas Salk!

October 28, 2014 | 2

Talk about being a giving person! Jonas Salk is a noble American hero who gave up the equivalent of eight billion dollars for his discovery of the polio vaccine.

Imagine, a disease that ravages the neuromuscular systems of children. A … Read More

Restoring the Dream!

October 20, 2014 |

Don’t y’all wonder sometimes if Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are even COGNIZANT of Martin Luther King Jr.? To those two, it’s like he never existed! If “a house divided can not stand”, shouldn’t we call those bozos out for … Read More

UA Amazing American: George Washington Carver

October 18, 2014 |

Most people probably think of “peanuts” when they think of George Washington Carver, and indeed he developed over 300 products with the lowly plant. But from where did he draw his inspiration?

Carver was curious by nature, and was a … Read More

UA Success Story…by ACCIDENT! Post-it notes.

October 10, 2014 |

It is said that necessity is the mother of invention. Well, sometimes inventions come about in unusual ways too! Post-it notes came about as a collaboration by several different people, and some of it by accident.

Spencer Silver was working … Read More

Jazzed Up (with love!)

October 9, 2014 |

It’s no surprise to learn that the body and mind are inextricably intertwined, so allowing a kid with cancer to live a dream, may just extend his ability to live.

On October 6th, the Utah Jazz signed up five year … Read More

Dropping a hyphen like it’s hot! ~Brooke McGowan on Maneesh Bhatnagar

October 8, 2014 | 5

Every so often, we come across people who are truly stellar Americans. Their commitment to our culture and our Constitution is evident in the things they say, and in how they live and love America.

Here at Unhyphenated America, it’s … Read More

25 Quotes from Unhyphenated Americans: Booker T. Washington

September 16, 2014 |

Booker Taliaferro Washington was born as a slave on April 5, 1856, in Hale’s Ford, VA. Before his untimely death due to hypertension,(high blood pressure) on November 4, 1915, he had risen to become not only one of the most … Read More

Socialism is chasing after “Heaven On Earth”

September 12, 2014 |

Socialism is nothing new. In fact, it was first tried here in America nearly 200 years ago, back in 1825. At the end of the day, it is predicated on the faulty idea that “man is perfectible”…if only you can … Read More

We speak the English Language around here.

September 2, 2014 |

A very good question was asked of Ms. Abigail Van Buren, in the latest “Dear Abby”, that should be of interest to all Unhyphenated Americans. Essentially, the question was, “Is it rude and inconsiderate to purposely speak a foreign language … Read More

In the Heartland, 9 Can Help

August 21, 2014 |

We here at Unhyphenated America love to share stories of Americans, helping other Americans. Contrary to popular belief, even with an oppressive and wasteful government taking more and more taxes from us, Americans have always been willing to open our … Read More

That Pesky Law of Averages

July 21, 2014 | 2

If Maria has six children and Josefina has 10, what is the AVERAGE number of children the women have? Anyone? Anyone?

Well, since most everybody is a “public-schooler” like myself, what you do is add the two numbers together, then … Read More

Stranger Danger…or New Friend?

May 18, 2014 |

If you are over the age of 40, you are probably pretty familiar with the whole “Don’t talk to strangers” and “Stranger Danger” mantra of the 70’s and 80’s. One of the worst nightmares of any parent is the idea … Read More

Greatest Generation Veteran Leaves a Life of Servitude

May 5, 2014 |

Kenny Smith’s service to his country didn’t end on the field of battle; he continued to serve his fellow veterans until his death this month.

Idaho Veteran Kenny Smith assisted in the funerals of over 3,000 veterans beginning in 2004, … Read More