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Let us give thanks

Did you know that the pilgrims almost starved after they arrived at Plymouth Rock?

That’s because they were forced to farm “collectively.” The corporation that funded the expedition said, “grow food together. Divide the harvest equally.”

Bernie Sanders-style collectivism nearly wiped out the first settlers.

John Stossel has the real first Thanksgiving story. Watch it on Stossel TV.

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1 thought on “Let us give thanks

  • My thanks to Wisconsin for giving this transplant a “home”…with a few exceptions (in Madison mostly), wonderful people, wonderful places. I was made to feel “at home” within a very short time of arrival and have not regretted my move one iota. With luck I’ll celebrate a few more Thanksgivings here among friends.

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