Tea Party – Star Spangled Banner 4th Verse clip – U S Marine Lewis Shaeffer

Dave Hedrick

Date: Mon, Jun 14, 2010  
Subject: U S Marine Lewis Shaeffer sings 4th verse of Star Bangled Banner at Tea Party

Did you ever wonder why they took this out of the mainstream from us knowing this addition to the Star Spangled Banner

 

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2 Responses to “Tea Party – Star Spangled Banner 4th Verse clip – U S Marine Lewis Shaeffer”

  1. Regina Lyle says:

    AMERICAN PATRIOT, LEWIS SHAEFFER, TO HEADLINE HorsePens40 JULY 4TH WEEKEND CELEBRATION

    HorsePens40 July Fourth Week-end Celebration

    Press Release

    HorsePens40 owner, Howard Schultz, announced today that he and his family will host a July Fourth Week-end of Camping,
    music and family fun at HorsePens40 in Steele Alabama, July 1st thru the 5th, 2010. Performing on stage will be LEWIS SHAEFFER, the former Marine, who recently reminded America that there is more than one verse to our National Anthem. He sang the fourth verse ( which makes mention of God) for the first time in Douglasville Ga., less than a week ago, on June 9 th. Then he sang it to America when he was invited to appear on Fox & Friends on Wed, June 9th. We have been fortunate enough to have him not only sing, on Sat., July 3rd, but he is also going to speak on the 24th chapter of Matthew.

    To hear Lewis sing click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9_bP219ehQ

    To see his Fox interview click here: http://video.foxnews.com/v/4232538/after-the-show-show-69

    To join the FaceBook tribute page for Lewis, click here: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=128277573867332

    FRIDAY NIGHT JAMMIN WITH CAMP MEETING BEGINS AT 5 P.M.
    —————————————————————————————————————————-
    SATURDAYS PROGRAM WILL BEGIN AT 12 NOON WITH MUSIC FEATURING “CAMP MEETING” @ 12:15, TRUST JESUS SINGERS @ 1.PM.AND A CHILDREN’S PROGRAM@ 1:30

    LEWIS SHAEFFER JULY THIRD 2 P.M.SINGING & HIS TESTIMONY ON “MATTHEW 24TH CHAPTER”

    TOM BARNES JULY THIRD 3 P.M ” RE-UNITING GOD & COUNTRY”

    LARRY RIDDLE JULY THIRD 6 P.M. PARTIOTIC & AMERICAN INDIAN MUSIC

    JAMMING FRIDAY NIGHT & SATURDAY NIGHT WITH CAMP MEETING

    VOLUNTEERS ARE WELCOME! IF YOU HAVE A TALENT AND WISH TO BE A PART OF THIS EVENT PLEASE CONTACT REGINA LYLE OR HOWARD SCHULTZ.

    IF YOU WISH TO RENT A CABIN, OR RESERVE A CAMPER HOOK-UP PLEASE CONTACT THE PARK.

    There will be campside jamming, activities for the kids, vendors , and fun and games! If you looking for a place to take the family (kids under 12 get in free with parent) this is a great way to have a LOT of fun for a Little bit of money, Day fee is $5 per adult ( over 12 ). if you wish to camp please click on HP40 link at bottom of release.There will be NO “show” ticket – it is free with park fee.

    Horse pens 40 is a historic outdoor nature park, a natural wonderland of unique rock formations nestled atop Chandler Mountain in the foothills of the Appalachians. Located on top of the third highest mountain in Alabama at 1500′ above sea level, it is blessed with a moderate climate that allows everyone to enjoy it’s beauty year-round. The stone formations here are said to be among the oldest naturally exposed stones in the world, dating from 600 million to 1.3 billion years old.
    There are over 60 rare, threatened, protected, or endangered species in the park, and because of this, our goal is to protect all native species here as if they are an endangered species.

    Due to it’s very fragile ecosystem, HP40 is a “LEAVE NO TRACE” nature park and all guests are expected to do no damage to anything while they are here. No level of damage to any plant, creature, or natural feature here is acceptable or tolerated.

    The Old Stone Fort
    There has been over 15,000 years of human habitation in the natural rock shelters located in the park. Humans have used this area as a place of sanctuary and spiritual renewal for many thousands of years, and continue to do so to this day. The park also contains ancient Indian burial grounds dating from the earliest inhabitants of this area, all the way up to the time of the Cherokee removal known as the “Trail of Tears”. The Creek and Cherokee tribes at various times used the natural rock formations to trap and corral horses, as a natural fortress in times of war, and as a sheltered village area in times of peace. (The only Peace Treaty ever signed between the Creek and Cherokee nations was signed here at Horse Pens 40).

    During the War of Northern Aggression, the folks from the lowlands brought their children, horses, possessions, and valuables here to hide them from both the Yankee invaders and the Confederate recruiters and ‘Bushwhackers’. Discovered by the Confederates, it was then used for storage of supplies to be distributed to Confederate troops as they passed nearby. These rocks also contain several outlaw hideouts which were used for many years. The famous Alabama outlaw Rube Burrow had a hideout here, complete with a stable, hidden passages, and a secret stone door to allow for escape if necessary.

    In the 1880’s, the area was settled by a young couple named Hyatt, who had come here from Georgia. The original deed refers to “the home 40, the farming 40, and the horse pens 40”, each tract consisting of 40 acres of land. This is how Horse Pens 40 got it’s name. Descendants of the original Hyatt family still occupy nearby areas of the mountain, and we consider ourselves blessed to have them as neighbors and friends.

    Around 1958, a newspaperman from Huntsville named Warren Musgrove discovered the acoustic quality of the natural amphitheater and developed the park as a venue for Bluegrass and Southern Gospel Music concerts, as well as local arts and crafts fairs, and other activities. In the early 1960’s, Emmylou Harris made her first public appearance here, standing barefoot on a wooden door propped up on the rocks. (She was reportedly paid with a bowl of fruit for this performance).

    Since then, many have gotten their start here, such as Three on a String, Marty Stewart, and others. There have been many famous people to appear here, such as Charley Daniels, Ricky Scaggs, Lester Flatt, Bill Monroe, Ralph Stanley, “Doc” Watson, Norman Blake, Deacon Dan Crary, Ace Weems and the Fat Meat Boys, The Osbourne Brothers, Sam McGee, Red Clay Ramblers, and many more. During this period, the park was designated by the Alabama State Legislature as “The Home of the South’s Bluegrass Music” (Ala. HJR177). It has since become known as one of the top bouldering destinations in the United States. After some hard times brought on by the mis-management of past owners, the Schultz family bought the park in order to restore it to its former place as a natural and historical park, a world class bouldering site, and as a premere venue for various special events, concerts, and bouldering competitions.

    Reserve your campsite early – visit our website at http//www.HP40.com for more camping information. Please call for further info.
    FOR PICTURES, DIRECTIONS AND INFORMATION ON PARK, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE BELOW

    http://hp40.com/

  2. Praise God! We are a Christian Nation.

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