Thomas Paine in Great Britain’s ass, and the other great men who won our Independence

The opening battles of the Revolutionary War began in April, 1775. There were few colonists at this early juncture who actually desired complete independence from Great Britain–these colonists, by the way, were called radicals (like, totally). By the middle of 1776, however, many more colonists had come to favor severance from Great Britain; hostility againstContinue reading “Thomas Paine in Great Britain’s ass, and the other great men who won our Independence”