It’s Too Late To Apologize, King George III, Old Boy

Imagine if Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Ben Franklin, Roger Sherman and Robert Livingston of the Second Continental Congress were doing their thing today instead of in 1776. Naturally, they would make a music video.

And, if they made a music video as a visual accompaniment to their draft of the Declaration of Independence to insure that King George III understood their intent, it might well look and sound like this superb production from  Soomo Learning of Asheville, North Carolina.

Today is the day after July 4th, but it’s never too late to learn more about the American founding, especially the source of those inalienable rights that give life to the Declaration of Independence.

Thanks to Instapundit reader Kaymad for introducing me to this really cool piece of creative history instruction:

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Author: Mark Tapscott

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2 thoughts on “It’s Too Late To Apologize, King George III, Old Boy”

  1. Recall New Americans’ post-1776 “Toast to George III”: “May he suffer a perpetual itch, and no means to scratch.”


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