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  • This day in History,The Midnight Ride of Paul Revere,April 18,1775,in his own words.

    04/18/2007 7:02:13 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 7 replies · 808+ views
    Massachusetts Historical Society ^ | 4/18/07 | Paul Revere Letter to Jeremy Belknap [1798]
    A LETTER FROM COL. PAUL REVERE TO THE CORRESPONDING SECRETARY [Jeremy Belknap] Dear Sir, Having a little leisure, I wish to fullfill my promise, of giving you some facts, and Anecdotes, prior to the Battle of Lexington, which I do not remember to have seen in any history of the American Revolution. In the year 1773 I was imployed by the Select men of the Town of Boston to carry the Account of the Destruction of the Tea to New-York; and afterwards, 1774, to Carry their dispatches to New-York and Philadelphia for Calling a Congress; and afterwards to Congress, several...
  • Searching For Paul Revere

    07/03/2010 5:41:22 AM PDT · by NYer · 19 replies · 1+ views
    CE ^ | July 3, 2010 | G. Tracy Mehan, III
    Listen, my children, and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-Five; Who remembers that famous day and year. Other than recalling a fragment of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow’s wonderful, if historically inaccurate poem, many Americans, myself included, do not know much more about Paul Revere, the man, and his ride through Middlesex county to alert the countryside on the movement, in force, of British Regulars in the direction of Lexington.The British aimed to snatch John Hancock and Sam Adams before moving on to Concord to seize a large cache of...
  • Paul Revere's Ride (Tomorrow in History- 4/18/1775)

    04/17/2014 7:01:00 PM PDT · by One Name · 34 replies
    Poets.org ^ | 12/18/1860 | Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    Paul Revere's Ride by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Listen, my children, and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-Five: Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year. He said to his friend, "If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry-arch Of the North-Church-tower, as a signal-light,-- One if by land, and two if by sea; And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm Through every Middlesex village and...
  • Paul Revere's Ride....April 18, 1775

    04/18/2004 7:29:39 PM PDT · by goodnesswins · 30 replies · 3,437+ views
    Dave & Kelly Kleber's main page ^ | unknown | Dave & Kelly Kleber
    Paul Revere's Ride The primary goal of the Brittish regulars was to aprehend the leaders of the opposition, Sam Adams and John Hancock. There secondary goal was, to disarm the populace along the way. Here's the whole story of Paul Revere's ride: Revere confronted 2 British regulars manning a road block as he headed north across Charlestown Neck. As he turned around, the regulars gave chase and he eluded them. He then continued on to Lexington, to the home of Jonas Clarke where Sam Adams and John Hancock were staying. There, his primary mission was fulfilled when he notified Adams...
  • This Day in History,April 18,1775;REVERE AND DAWES RIDE: "One if by land,and two if by sea;"

    04/17/2005 9:58:27 PM PDT · by mdittmar · 14 replies · 1,332+ views
    various | 4/17/05 | various
    In Massachusetts, British troops march out of Boston on a mission to confiscate the Patriot arsenal at Concord and to capture Patriot leaders Samuel Adams and John Hancock, known to be hiding at Lexington. As the British departed, Boston Patriots Paul Revere and William Dawes set out on horseback from the city to warn Adams and Hancock and rouse the Patriot minutemen.A system of signals and word-of-mouth communication set up by the colonists was effective in forewarning American volunteer militia men of the approach of the British troops.Around 5 a.m., 700 British troops under Major John Pitcairn arrived at the...
  • Paul Revere's Ride

    04/17/2012 3:26:39 PM PDT · by NEWwoman · 11 replies
    smithsk.blogspot.com ^ | April 15, 2012 | smithsk
    The Shot heard around the World! This phrase has come to represent the beginning of many historical events - like the American Revolution (1775 - 1783). And its genesis can be traced to Ralph Waldo Emerson's Concord Hymn - "Here once the embattled farmers stood, And fired the shot heard round the world ..." Emerson words immortalized the American Minutemen resistance to the British forces back in 1775, as the British were on a mission to seize and destroy the American militia ammunition and weapons. Emerson's poem marks the Battle of Lexington and Concord (April 19, 1775), the start of...
  • Paul Revere's Ride

    04/18/2002 8:46:28 AM PDT · by michigander · 11 replies · 13,133+ views
    The Paul Revere House ^ | 1860 | Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    Paul Revere's Ride LISTEN, my children, and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-Five; Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year. He said to his friend, "If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch Of the North Church tower, as a signal light, -- One, if by land, and two, if by sea; And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm Through every Middlesex...
  • April 19: Freedom’s Birthday

    04/19/2006 6:51:32 AM PDT · by Irontank · 53 replies · 1,615+ views
    Americans revere a great number of dates that hold special significance for their culture and history. The Fourth of July, Veterans Day, the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. — a quick glance through any calendar provides numerous other examples. Yet the one day of most importance, to both the nation and its culture, is the one that is conspicuously absent from any mention of notable historical dates. No parades honor the fallen; no speeches in Congress remind us of their deeds; no wreaths are laid; no moments of silence requested. On this sacred date no president will stand on...
  • Revisiting Lexington

    02/18/2003 8:08:29 PM PST · by Mulder · 31 replies · 927+ views
    self ^ | February 18, 2003 | self
    Many Americans recognize Lexington as the place where “the shot fired around the world” ignited the American Revolution, but few Americans are knowledgeable of the details. For instance, what would compel the residents of a small Massachusetts town to stand against a considerably larger group of British soldiers? Just who were these 77 patriots who made the decision to line up on the Lexington Green on the morning of April 19, 1775? Arthur B. Tourtellot answers these and other questions in his 300-page book “Lexington and Concord”. I have summarized some of his salient points into a brief narrative describing...
  • Patriots' Day: Battles of Lexington and Concord -1775- "The Shot Heard 'Round The World"

    04/19/2011 7:06:58 AM PDT · by EternalVigilance · 39 replies
    AIPNews.com ^ | April 19, 2011
    Minute Man Monument at Lexington Green "By The Rude Bridge That Arched The Flood, Their Flag to April's Breeze Unfurled, Here Once The Embattled Farmers Stood, And Fired The Shot Heard Round The World."  wpi.eduDepartment of Military Science - Worcester Polytechnic Institute On the 15 of April 1775, when General Thomas Gage, British Military Governor of Massachusetts, was ordered to destroy the rebel's military stores at Concord. To accomplish this he assembled the "Flanking units", including Light Infantry and Grenadiers, from his Boston Garrison. In charge he put Lieutenant Colonel Francis Smith and Marine Major John Pitcairn. He also composed...
  • The Battle of Lexington and Concord - April 19, 1775

    02/11/2002 2:52:11 PM PST · by 45Auto · 31 replies · 4,941+ views
    On the 15 of April 1775, when General Thomas Gage, British Military Governor of Massachusetts, was ordered to destroy the rebel's military stores at Concord. To accomplish this he assembled the "Flanking units", including Light Infantry and Grenadiers, from his Boston Garrison. In charge he put Lieutenant Colonel Francis Smith and Marine Major John Pitcairn. He also composed a relief column under the command of Lord Hugh Percy to leave 6 hours after the main column. In an attempt at secrecy he did not tell his officers his plan until the last minute. The problem with his security measures were ...
  • The Shot Heard 'Round the World'(April 19, 1775)

    04/19/2008 9:45:53 PM PDT · by kingattax · 36 replies · 57+ views
    It's been 233 years since a scared but determined group of Massachusetts militiamen stood on the village green in Lexington and faced off with British regulars who had entered the town searching for powder and ball. No one knows who fired the first shot but the result was tragic. Eight militiamen were killed and 10 wounded in the first pitched battle of the Revolution. No one could have forseen what would ensue over the coming years; independence, hardship, civil war, and the final victory at Yorktown. But there is little doubt that as a result of British oppression in Massachusetts,...
  • What's so important about April 19, 1775 (history lesson)

    04/02/2009 9:18:45 PM PDT · by Neil E. Wright · 26 replies · 1,815+ views
    What's so important about April 19,l 1775 Why April 19, 1775?The day prior, an “unimpeachable source” (believed to be British General Gage’s American-born wife) informed Dr. Joseph Warren that British troops would deploy for Concord the night of April 18, in order to seize Colonial military supplies believed to be stored there. This wasn’t the first time they had done so—in September of the previous year they had seized 250 barrels of gunpowder from the Massachusetts Provincial Powder House in Charlestown. The route the British planned to take was not initially known: they might take boats from Boston to...
  • American Hero: Samuel Whittemore (80 Years Old!) Takes on the Redcoats on April 18, 1775

    07/04/2006 6:16:02 AM PDT · by Oakleaf · 33 replies · 1,347+ views
    Bob Hartwell.com ^ | Unknown | Bob Harwell
    As darkness began to set in, colonials began to attack the front of the column. There were a few cavalry units made up of older, experienced men who rode to within shot of the front of the column, dismounted and fired with great accuracy, then mounting and riding away only to reappear elsewhere. Now and then, the Regulars would fire cannon scattering the Militia who would quickly materialize again as the British column approached Menotomy. At Jason Russel’s house, British soldiers invaded the house killing eleven Americans, including Russel who was later found bayoneted at the foot of the stairs....
  • Israel Bissell outrode Paul Revere, yet didn't get a poem

    04/14/2007 4:23:19 PM PDT · by Pharmboy · 45 replies · 4,383+ views
    Associated Press WHDH ^ | 4-14-07 | Anon
    BOSTON -- Paul Revere gets all the glory for his midnight ride. After all, it was a stirring tale of patriotism told by a great storyteller. But one young messenger who called the colonists to arms during a remarkable five-day dash across five states is a mere footnote -- a man mentioned in historical documents that didn't even get his first name right. They called him Trail. His name was Israel Bissell, and he is one of the Revolutionary War's most unheralded heroes. Bissell, a 23-year-old postal rider when the war broke out on April 19, 1775, rode day and...
  • Sarah Palin Explains Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride

    06/03/2011 12:48:34 PM PDT · by Incorrigible · 117 replies
    Gawker ^ | 6/3/2011 | Jim Newell
    Sarah Palin Explains Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride Jim Newell— It's been at least a few seconds since we last checked in on Sarah Palin's Tour de Grift, which stopped yesterday in Olde Boston Towne. Her bus visited such historical sights as Paul Revere's old shack, where Palin explained the colonist's famous "midnight ride" before the 1775 battles at Lexington and Concord.The Internet is aflame in scholarly debate over this interpretation:He who warned, uh, the British that they weren't going to be taking away our arms uh by ringing those bells and making sure as he's riding his horse through town...
  • Voices of the Revolution: The Five Riders [Four + One]

    01/26/2015 1:01:46 AM PST · by SunkenCiv · 27 replies
    Constitution Facts ^ | Oak Hill Publishing
    ...Paul Revere, born in Boston in 1734... After the death of his father in 1754, Paul enlisted in the provincial army to fight in the French and Indian War... When the war was over, he returned to Boston to take over his father's silversmith business, only to fall into financial difficulties during the Stamp Act of 1765. Frustrated by this gave him cause to join the Sons of Liberty... On the night of April 18, 1775, Joseph Warren sent Revere to send the signal to Charlestown that the British troops were on the move... His journey ended in Lexington where...
  • 1795 Boston Time Capsule Opening on Jan. 6 [Epiphany]

    12/30/2014 7:05:58 PM PST · by Ezekiel · 48 replies
    Coin News ^ | 24 Dec 2014 | Mike Unser
    Originally placed under the cornerstone in 1795 by revolutionary war figures Samuel Adams, Paul Revere and William Scollay, the capsule will be opened at 6:00 PM ET on Jan. 6, 2015.
  • Paul Revere's 1795 time capsule unearthed

    12/12/2014 5:16:35 PM PST · by DJ MacWoW · 30 replies
    CNN ^ | Todd Leopold and Kevin Conlon
    (CNN) -- A time capsule buried by patriots Samuel Adams and Paul Revere more than two centuries ago was unearthed Thursday in Boston. The box-shaped capsule was placed by the Revolutionary-era duo, along with Massachusetts developer William Scollay, in a cornerstone of the Massachusetts State House in 1795, the year construction began on the building, CNN affiliate WBZ reported. At the time, Adams was the Massachusetts governor.
  • Oldest Time Capsule in US Unearthed at Massachusetts State House(buried By Sam Adams & Revere)

    12/11/2014 10:15:35 PM PST · by barmag25 · 49 replies
    ABC news ^ | 12/11/14 | Michelle Mcphee
    Conservators from the Boston Museum of Fine Arts labored in the chill and snow for hours today to unearth what is believed to be the oldest unopened time capsule in the country, buried under the Golden Dome of the Massachusetts State House in 1795 by then-Governor Samuel Adams and Paul Revere, according to state records. The 219-year-old capsule is made of cowhide and was initially discovered during State House renovations in 1855. When the repairs were complete, the state’s 23rd governor, Henry Gardner, re-buried it in the granite cornerstone of the historic building, adding new items, including coins. Four coins...
  • Paul Revere, Leader of the Raiders Rock Band, Dies at 76

    10/05/2014 11:03:31 PM PDT · by Impala64ssa · 15 replies
    NBC News ^ | 10/5/14
    Paul Revere, the organist and leader of the Raiders rock band, has died. He was 76. Roger Hart, manager for Paul Revere and the Raiders, said he died Saturday at his home in Garden Valley, Idaho, from cancer. "He'd been quiet about it for some time," Hart said. "Treated at the Mayo Clinic, Paul stayed on the road as long as he could, then retired recently back to Idaho, where he and his wife, Sydney, always kept a home." Revere, born Paul Revere Dick, became known as "the madman of rock and roll" for his theatrical colonial wardrobe and infectious...
  • Paul Revere, beloved classic rock legend, dies at age 76

    10/05/2014 8:32:18 AM PDT · by rktman · 46 replies
    examiner.com ^ | 10/4/2014 | unknown
    The world of classic rock music has lost another icon today. Paul Revere, entertainer, singer, musician, bandleader, friend, husband, father and grand man of show business died Oct. 4, 2014 at the age of 76. The news of Revere’s passing came via a post on his band’s official Facebook page tonight.
  • Paul Revere , Raiders Rocker , Dies At 76

    10/05/2014 2:23:57 AM PDT · by sushiman · 36 replies
    Oregonlive ^ | 10/5/2014 | sushiman
    The Oregon Music Hall of Fame has a tradition of ending its induction ceremony with "Louie Louie," as the night's performers, presenters and organizers take the stage for a final hurrah. But there was a shock before the song on Saturday night. "We just lost Paul Revere," Terry Currier told the Aladdin Theater crowd.
  • The American Flag Daily: Dr. Joseph Warren

    06/11/2014 4:22:54 AM PDT · by Master Zinja · 2 replies
    The American Flag Daily ^ | June 11, 2014 | JasonZ
    Dr. Joseph Warren, one of the more notable members of the Sons of Liberty, was born on this date in 1741. It was Warren, after receiving intelligence on the impending attack by the British on Concord, who sent William Dawes and Paul Revere on their midnight rides to warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock and sound the alarm. Warren later led troops in the battles of Lexington and Concord and later at Bunker Hill, where he helped inspire the men to hold their ground against the British, and where was killed in action. In his honor, we raise the Sons...
  • Paul Revere's Ride

    04/18/2012 9:21:32 AM PDT · by TBP · 20 replies
    Poetry Server ^ | 19th Century | Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    Listen my children and you shall hear Of the midnight ride of Paul Revere, On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five; Hardly a man is now alive Who remembers that famous day and year. He said to his friend, "If the British march By land or sea from the town to-night, Hang a lantern aloft in the belfry arch Of the North Church tower as a signal light,-- One if by land, and two if by sea; And I on the opposite shore will be, Ready to ride and spread the alarm Through every Middlesex village and farm, For the...
  • Lost And Found: Rare Paul Revere Print Rediscovered

    04/16/2012 4:32:00 PM PDT · by Theoria · 10 replies
    NPR ^ | 15 April 2012 | NPR
    The 237th anniversary of Paul Revere's famous midnight ride during the Revolutionary War falls on Wednesday. But long before Henry Wadsworth Longfellow made him famous, Revere was known as an engraver and a silversmith in Boston.Brown University announced this week that it had found a rare engraved print by Revere, one of only five in existence. The print was tucked inside an old medical book that had been donated by physician Solomon Drowne, a member of Brown University's class of 1773."It was an engraving, not a terribly large one," Richard Noble, Brown University's rare books cataloguer tells weekends on All...
  • ANN COULTER: THIS IS WHAT A MOB LOOKS LIKE

    10/07/2011 3:18:43 AM PDT · by Yosemitest · 14 replies
    www.anncoulter.com ^ | October 5, 2011 | ANN COULTER
    THIS IS WHAT A MOB LOOKS LIKE October 5, 2011 by ANN COULTER I am not the first to note the vast differences between the Wall Street protesters and the tea partiers. To name three: The tea partiers have jobs, showers and a point. No one knows what the Wall Street protesters want -- as is typical of mobs. They say they want Obama re-elected, but claim to hate "Wall Street."You know, the same Wall Street that gave its largest campaign donation in history to Obama,who, in turn, bailed out the banks and made Goldman Sachs the fourth branch...
  • Sarah Palin YouTube Tread

    07/30/2011 7:45:21 PM PDT · by PieroC · 13 replies
    YouTube ^ | 6/3/11 | ThinkProgress
    The few conservatives on the tread are mercilessly vilified by professional disruptor.
  • Limbaugh Makes Major Announcement! "Two If By Tea!"

    06/15/2011 10:40:30 AM PDT · by JesseWatters · 87 replies
    FoxNation.com ^ | June 15 | Staff
    After teasing it for a few days, Rush Limbaugh made a major announcement on his show this afternoon. He’s launching “Two If By Tea,” what he calls “the best” sweet tea you’ll ever drink. A picture of “Rush Revere” adorns the bottle, “sounding the warning the liberals are coming.”
  • Palin, Paul Revere, and Republicanism

    06/11/2011 8:05:46 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 16 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | June 11, 2011 | Rick Richman
    There is a connection between Palin and Revere, unrelated to his Midnight Ride, which bears on her coming decision about running for president.We all know a little more about Paul Revere than we did a week ago, thanks to Sarah Palin – or more accurately, thanks to the avalanche of posts analyzing what she meant by her impromptu response to an unrecorded question about Revere: . . . he who warned the British that they weren’t gonna be taking away our arms, by ringing those bells and making sure as he’s riding his horse through town to send those warning...
  • Poll: Sarah Palin Surprisingly Leads 2012 GOP Contenders After Bus Tour

    06/10/2011 9:45:07 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 38 replies
    Huliq ^ | June 11, 2011 | Norman Byrd
    She hasn't declared her candidacy yet. She showed up in New Hampshire the same day Mitt Romney declared he was running for president and garnered most of the press. And that was before the media got hold of her Paul Revere gaffe. And despite the fact that most Republicans won't vote for her, Palin has managed to top a poll. In what might be considered something more suitable to the strange-but-true section of the news, a poll released Wednesday by Reuters/IPSOS reflects something not seen in the results of any other poll -- Sarah Palin leading all other Republican 2012...
  • EDITORIAL: The media ride of Sarah Palin--The left does not revere history

    06/07/2011 4:17:16 PM PDT · by jazusamo · 38 replies
    The Washington Times ^ | June 7, 2011 | Editorial
       Listen, my children, and you shall hearAbout a political dustup over Paul Revere,On the second of June in Twenty-eleven;Hardly a liberal now alive, by heaven,Won’t stop saying “Sarah Palin” with a sneer. Sarah Palin’s impromptu, slightly rambling statement about Paul Revere last week set off volleys of verbal musket fire from her many left-wing critics in the media. Touring Boston on Thursday, she gave a folksy account of Revere’s ride, saying he was one of the men who “warned the British that they weren’t gonna be takin’ away our arms, by ringin’ those bells and by makin’ sure that as...
  • Big Media Eats Crow While Palin Plays Gotcha (Sarah was right about Paul Revere)

    06/07/2011 6:49:52 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 54 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 06/07/2011 | M Catharine Evans
    The mainstream media continues to embarrass itself while trying to embarrass Sarah Palin. From whining about having to pee on the side of the road in pursuit of the family tour bus to the newest feeding frenzy over Palin's Paul Revere remarks, they are exposing themselves as a juvenile lot. Their latest schoolyard taunt even has the liberal press breaking ranks.The Boston Globe quoted Brendan McConville, a Boston University history professor admitting that Palin got her Revere facts right.What she's saying there is essentially right...When Paul Revere was stopped by British soldiers the night of his famous ride, he did...
  • PRUDEN: She gets it right, you betcha

    06/07/2011 5:26:43 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 42 replies
    Washington Times ^ | June 7, 2011 | Wesley Pruden
    Sarah Palin is the hottest act in town, and the critics can only grind their teeth.... Her “secret” bus tour of America is a secret so closely held that she travels in a Greyhound-sized monster decorated with her name and an American flag the size of a barn. The lady who was mocked by the wisenheimers for saying she could see Russia from her backyard in Alaska now sees revenge through the windshield of her bus. The media’s Gaffe Patrol, ever on the scout for mistakes, errors, blunders, slips of the tongue and other erratum the patrollers think they see...
  • Sarah Palin; Paul Revere explains his midnight ride and what he told the british

    06/07/2011 1:23:43 AM PDT · by ProgressingAmerica · 21 replies
    This is a short passage from a letter written by Paul Revere to Jeremy Belknap explaining what happened that night. This is the part of that letter that I recorded: When I got there, out Started Six officers, on Horse back, and ordered me to dismount; one of them, who appeared to have the command, examined me, where I came from, and what my Name Was? I told him. He asked me if I was an express? I answered in the affirmative. He demanded what time I left Boston? I told him; and added, that their troops had catched aground...
  • NPR defends Palin?

    06/07/2011 2:59:35 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 43 replies
    American Thinker ^ | June 7, 2011 | Aaron Gee
    June 7, 2011NPR defends Palin? Aaron Gee While coming home I often listen to our local NPR station. This afternoons "All Things Considered" asked the question "How Accurate Were Palin's Paul Revere Comments?" The story started out with; "Sarah Palin is defending her knowledge of American history."  Here we go again, I was prepared for the usual "Palin is a moron" storyline. Surprisingly that didn't happen. What I got was Robert Allison, a professor and historian at Suffolk University, tell the NPR host that Palin basically got it right. The interviewer, Melissa Block, tries to cajole a different narrative...
  • (Vanity) Sarah and the Snobs, or, The True Measure of Intelligence

    06/06/2011 10:03:59 PM PDT · by grey_whiskers · 38 replies · 1+ views
    grey_whiskers ^ | 6-6-2011 | grey_whiskers
    The latest brouhaha concerning Sarah Palin (overshadowed "briefly" by Wienergate) concerned some impromptu remarks she made regarding the famed ride of Paul Revere. The left started crowing immediately that "these remarks prove she's addled, because everyone knows the famous line 'one if by land, two if by sea'." After the dust had settled, and disinterested authorities had time to digest it, it turns out that the gist of what she had been saying was correct: Paul Revere really *did* warn the Redcoats, that is, tell them that they had lost tactical surprise. It is true that her remarks were somewhat...
  • Sarah Palin Was Right About Paul Revere.

    06/06/2011 2:44:46 PM PDT · by CommieCutter · 59 replies
    US News and World Report ^ | 6-6-11 | Peter Roff
    “Would you believe,” as Maxwell Smart, Secret Agent 86, used to say, that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin knows more about American history than the members of what Rush Limbaugh calls “the drive-by media,” who are currently making fun of her? Probably not. But she does, at least as far as Paul Revere’s ride is concerned. Palin recently said that Revere, as part of his famous ride, warned the British that they would have a fight on their hands if they tried to seize the caches of arms and ammunition that the colonists had hidden at places like Lexington and...
  • Hey Brian Williams, Palin was RIGHT about Paul Revere you know.

    I SWEAR the left is clueless on any history they don't read in a nursery rhyme.
  • Experts back Sarah Palin’s historical account

    06/06/2011 10:21:17 AM PDT · by NWFLConservative · 15 replies
    The Boston Herald ^ | 6/6/11 | Chris Cassidy
    Sarah Palin yesterday insisted her claim at the Old North Church last week that Paul Revere “warned the British” during his famed 1775 ride — remarks that Democrats and the media roundly ridiculed — is actually historically accurate. And local historians are backing her up. Palin prompted howls of partisan derision when she said on Boston’s Freedom Trail that Revere “warned the British that they weren’t going to be taking away our arms by ringing those bells and making sure as he’s riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be...
  • Historians agree: Palin was right about Paul Revere

    06/06/2011 6:55:15 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 68 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 06/06/2011 | Ed Morrissey
    One if by land, and two if by sea … and then what? According to historians interviewed by the Boston Herald, Paul Revere then warned the British not to challenge a roused and armed populace. That came as news to many observers who had rushed to criticize Sarah Palin for her response to a gotcha question at the Old North Church: Sarah Palin yesterday insisted her claim at the Old North Church last week that Paul Revere “warned the British” during his famed 1775 ride — remarks that Democrats and the media roundly ridiculed — is actually historically accurate. And...
  • You know how Sarah Palin said Paul Revere warned the British? Well, he did. Now, who looks stupid?

    06/06/2011 3:45:38 AM PDT · by tobyhill · 167 replies
    LA Times ^ | 6/6/2011 | Andrew Malcolm
    You may have heard recently something about that Sarah Palin telling a reporter that Paul Revere warned the British on his famous rousing revolutionary ride. Now, that so many Americans have wallowed in their smug confirmation that Palin is an idiot unqualified for anything but repeating sixth-grade history, how far, wide and fast do you think the contradictory news will spread that the former governor of Alaska was indeed correct? That the Republican non-candidate, in fact, knew more about the actual facts of Revere's midnight ride than all those idiots unknowingly revealing their own ignorance by laughing at her faux...
  • Experts back Sarah Palin’s historical account: You betcha she was right!

    06/05/2011 10:08:27 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 98 replies
    The Boston Herald ^ | June 6, 2011 | Chris Cassidy
    Sarah Palin yesterday insisted her claim at the Old North Church last week that Paul Revere “warned the British” during his famed 1775 ride — remarks that Democrats and the media roundly ridiculed — is actually historically accurate. And local historians are backing her up. Palin prompted howls of partisan derision when she said on Boston’s Freedom Trail that Revere “warned the British that they weren’t going to be taking away our arms by ringing those bells and making sure as he’s riding his horse through town to send those warning shots and bells that we were going to be...
  • Sorry Libs… Sarah Palin Stands By Her Correct Version of Paul Revere’s Ride (Video)

    06/05/2011 5:47:15 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 8 replies
    Gateway Pundit ,Rightnetwork ^ | June 5, 2011 | Jim Hoft
    Sorry libs. Sarah Palin stood by her correct narrative of Paul Revere’s ride(s) today on FOX News Sunday. For those of you maybe aren’t familiar with the story, Paul Revere warned the American militias and the British troops during his infamous rides.
  • The Palin Apologists Strike Back [liberal trash zot bait]

    06/05/2011 6:14:36 PM PDT · by rabscuttle385 · 73 replies
    Forbes ^ | 2011-06-04 | Rick Ungar
    Following the Sarah Palin playbook of never admitting error, the ex-governor’s minions are busy flooding the Internet with ’proof’ that Palin did not misspeak when suggesting that Paul Revere warned the British that they would not be taking arms from the colonists during his ride where he, apparently, rung bells and fired muskets. The effort to back up Palin is based on taking bits and pieces of facts surrounding the historic event that, when cut and pasted together, work to make Palin look a little less befuddled than her actual statement would indicate. While I give them credit for the...
  • Paul Revere's Midnight Ride - Liberty's Kids supports Sarah Palin

    06/05/2011 4:56:21 PM PDT · by TorahTrueJew · 23 replies
    For those who are responding to liberals who don't buy the copy of Paul Revere's own words, here is a cartoon that shows Paul Revere warning the British!
  • Only AP Article on Palin Fox News Sunday Interview: Palin: I didn't mess up Paul Revere history

    06/05/2011 8:06:14 AM PDT · by kristinn · 197 replies
    The Associated Press ^ | Sunday, June 5, 2011 | Laurie Kellman
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Sarah Palin says she didn't mess up her history on Paul Revere.
  • Sarah Palin defends her take on Paul Revere's ride

    06/05/2011 7:56:36 AM PDT · by GonzoII · 74 replies
    USA Today | Jun 05, 2011 | Catalina Camia
    [Link only]Sarah Palin defends her take on Paul Revere's ride
  • Surprise! Sarah Palin Was Right About Paul Revere

    06/04/2011 12:20:10 PM PDT · by Squeeky · 37 replies
    Le-gal In-sur-rec-tion ^ | June 3, 2011 | Prof. William Jacobson
    Not having any real reason to look into it any deeper, Sarah Palin's statement that Revere warned the British that the colonial militias were waiting seemed odd. But it appears that the popular version is not complete. In fact, as pointed out at Conservatives4Palin, Revere did in fact tell the British that the colonial militias, who had been alerted, were waiting for them. Here is the original historical text written by Revere (spelling in original, bold added): "I observed a Wood at a Small distance, & made for that. When I got there, out Started Six officers, on Horse back,and...
  • Still Rogue, Palin Embraces Media (17 interviews in 4 days)

    06/04/2011 7:38:40 AM PDT · by kristinn · 78 replies
    CNN ^ | Saturday, June 4, 2011 | Peter Hamby
    SNIP Reporters were kept in the dark about Palin's whereabouts during her "One Nation" bus tour and were forced to depend on sources or tips from park rangers to figure out which historical site the former Alaska governor might appear at next. Her strategy is unlikely to change as the patriotism-themed tour makes its way through the Midwest, West and South later this month. But once reporters tracked her down, Palin was eager to engage. At stop after stop after stop, she answered questions on everything from energy subsidies to the debt ceiling to her favorite brand of designer jeans....