April 19, 2018, marks the 243rd anniversary of "The shot heard round the world" when the tyrannical British government marched to Lexington, Massachusetts and Concord, Massachusetts in order to confiscate arms from the colonists. Yes, this was about gun confiscation and defending a God-given right to defend oneself against tyranny. The American militia defeated one of the most organized, well-trained, and most powerful armies in the world.
This event is one of the reasons that founding father Patrick Henry insisted on a Bill of Rights and a 2nd Amendment. Sad to say that citizens of Massachusetts today have had their tyranny preventing arms rights taken away and their 2nd Amendment rights eviscerated without a peep from our federal government.
We should celebrate this holiday along with Bill of Rights Day on December 15th just as we celebrate Independence Day on July 4th! Take a look at some of the links below:
Battles of Lexington & Concord
National Park Service Celebration of Patriots' Day
The Battle of Lexington | The American Revolution
Wikipedia: The Battles of Lexington & Concord
April 19th, 1775 was a pivotal moment in American history. This was the day we took our first steps to a free nation. Join the Skillset crew as they welcome the owner of POF firearms manufacturing company "Mr Patriot" Frank DeSomma and discuss this historic event.
If you are over 48 years old you may remember this one! Schoolhouse Rock!: America - The Shot Heard 'Round the World
Here's one for the kids and entire family: Liberty's Kids 106 - The Shot Heard 'Round the World