The Fourth of July is less than two weeks away, and it is the perfect excuse to dress as an All-American girl and show off our love for this country! July 4th is the birthday of our country- the day the Continental Congress officially adopted the Declaration of Independence- so let’s rock some styles for our country’s birthday!
All American Girl T-Shirt with Jean Shorts: Comfy and cozy for a Fourth of July barbeque is the way to go! This combo takes the classic jean short look and combines it with a patriotic top: perfect for your All-American barbeque!
I Love America Tote: What are you going to use to carry all your beach goodies? There’s no better bag to use on the Fourth of July- and all summer long- than the “I Love America” tote! Spread the message of patriotism at the beach, at the pool, at the park, and wherever this summer takes you!
Essential Tank Top with 1972 Tiny Detail: Every girl needs a white tank- or ten- for the summer months. This one is even more special because it includes a tiny printed “1972” on the back, so that every time you flip your hair, your friends are reminded of a culture of life! Wear this tank on the Fourth of July as a bathing suit coverup, with a pair of ripped jeans, or even a cute mini skirt!
White Shirt and Maxi Skirt Set: Want to shine at your Fourth of July dinner party? Twirl into summer with this stunning set and show off your summer tan. Make sure to purchase both the top and the bottom so you have the full set to show off!
Whether you’re barbequing or headed off to the beach, the Fourth of July isn’t just a day to celebrate our nation, it’s also a very pro-life holiday. As was explained earlier, the Fourth of July commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and inside this document includes what we know as the list of “inalienable rights.”
The preamble of the Declaration of Independence reads, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.” What does this mean for us? What does this mean for the unborn?
Our forefathers are proclaiming that there are some rights- including the right to life- that no lawmaker can take away. This includes the right to LIFE. Every person- no matter their age, race, size, or wealth- have a right to life. However, 2,363 of those people will die today. 2,363 children die every day in our country: their lives are taken away unjustly.
Our forefathers knew that by writing this Declaration of Independence they were putting their lives on the line. They were committing high treason- a crime punishable by death- and yet they were willing to risk their lives for what they believe in.
Let’s keep that in mind during the Fourth of July this year: how much do you do to end abortion in America? How often do you proclaim a culture of life? What can you do not only today, but your entire life to fight for justice, truth, and a love of life throughout America!