Minutemen of Tennessee

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NO Amnesty! Secure the border!


Call your representative now! Any immigration bill passed in the house will be used to pass SB744 (AMNESTY).

First, tell your representative that it is imperative not to let Speaker Boehner go to conference.

Second, set up an appointment to talk with your representative at a local office in their district (they are home the first and second weeks of November).

Third, go to NumbersUSA.com ACTION BUFFET and send FREE Faxes to your congressman/woman.



Minuteman History

In February of 1775 Concord was one of the first towns to comply with the order to create Minutemen companies out of the militia. Of approximately 400 militia from Concord's muster rolls, one hundred would also serve as Minutemen. When a battle took place Minutemen companies from several towns combined their units. An officer from the 43rd Regiment of Foot was sent to the North Bridge in Concord with a number of light infantry. Minutemen from Concord, Acton, Littleton, and other towns combined forces. After a few volleys were fired, the British light infantry retreated back to the Concord Common area. Lacking central command, with each company of Minutemen loyal to their own town, they did not pursue the redcoats. In the running battle that ensued fifteen miles back to Boston the Massachusetts militia would see their last action as Minutemen in history. The militia would go on to form an army, surrounding Boston and inflicting heavy casualties on the British army at Bunker and Breed's Hill.

The Minutemen were still better organized and battle-tested than any other part-time military. They were a vital and necessary force, playing a crucial role in not only the Revolutionary War, but in earlier conflicts. Without these "ready in a minute" men, our history may have been written in a very different way.

Are you good enough to be a "Minuteman"? Do you care enough for your country? Join with us, today. 

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