The denizens of the forest cannot, of course, expect to participate in the refinements of the land of the Free
LAND of the free
they once called the United States, but since Donald Trump has become president it resembles an open-air mental asylum.
"We can all be heroes to everybody, and they can be heroes to us," Trump said, "as long as we open our hearts to God's grace, America will be free, the land of the free
, the home of the brave and the light to all nations."
It has to be challenged in a US Federal District Court, and I bet that no court will ever enforce it since it is plainly un-American to force Hollywood to enforce racial quotas via government fiat.The Land of the Free
and the Home of the Brave, is not free anymore.
Our countrys founders understood that a nation could not be the land of the free
without protecting the rights of Americans to practice their sincerely held religions without prejudice, malice, or retribution, Wicker said.
Released this past October, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is a blockbuster video game in which the protagonist, William Joseph "B.J." Blazkowicz, is a hardened Texas Jew who fights the Nazis who, sadly, have taken over the land of the free
. This being the game's premise, it was heavily censored in Germany, where displaying Nazi iconography is still largely verboten; the game's designers went as far as to scrub the famous little mustache off of you-know-who's face, as if a bit of upper lip plumage may immediately incite longings for the Third Reich.
According to the "Land of the Free
" rapper, the president has exposed racism in the United States.
What South East Asian country's name means "land of the free
In France [astronomer Francois] Arago pointed out that the accomplishments in the land of the free
were being surpassed by those in the 'land of the serfs.' John Quincy Adams impassionately echoed the phrase in this country, urging the establishment of a national observatory."
Which Asian country's name means 'Land of the Free
' in its own language?
Land of the Free
is a different kind of novel, and will pique the imaginations of any who want a candid shot of American culture as seen through the eyes of a nameless (yes, I said nameless) protagonist who leads a nomadic lifestyle.
Can the US still boast that it is the land of the free
while it is spying on its trusted and close allies and its own citizens?