Original American


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Original American Clothing Company. As a veteran-owned company, I still honor my oath to “support (protect) and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same!” Today, I do it through free speech, art, and the free market system. Bella + Canvas –Unisex; Made in the USA, Jersey T-Shirt. Available in Athletic Heather or Navy. Sizes = Small (S), Medium (M), Large (L), Extra Large (XL), 2 Extra Large (2XL), 3 Extra Large (3XL). Perfect for Veterans, Patriots, small children who want to have a “communism-free future” in America, those recently liberated from the Communist Dictatorships of Cuba and Venezuela, shipwrecked people that live on deserted islands, in-laws, cousins, local and extended family, neighbors, Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Libertarians, librarians, body builders and vegetarians, tame animals, people that just need to “put a shirt on”, and refugees who recently escaped involuntarily enslavement in Seattle’s Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ)! You are all welcome to wear our shirts and enjoy our logo!

If you are like me, you see symbols and wonder, “what does that mean”? A perfect example is the “All Seeing Eye” that used to be the symbol for C.B.S. (communist broadcast sympathizers). As a kid I wondered, “Do they have one of those sitting in a satellite watching every neighborhood in the world”? When I began to think about what kind of symbol would be good for an American-Made clothing company, I thought back to the beginning of our nation. I wanted a symbol that reflected the best America had to offer. A few things stuck out to me about that generation. They struggled very hard for their independence from Britain, and they inherited an evil that has almost destroyed America.

Portugal, Spain, France, England, Germany, and the Dutch, as well as the Muslim Arabs that operated “slave markets” in East and North Africa, supplied and introduced “chattel slavery” to the New World. Many of these nations fought for dominance of North, Central, and South America. When the dust settled, what would become the United States inherited a terrible “slave trade” from the countries that settled the New World. But even two-hundred years before our Declaration of Independence was signed, many Christian and non-Christian voices spoke out against slavery. In 1555, Fernão de Oliveira of Portugal wrote a book- Arte de Guerra no mar (The Art of War at Sea)-that called the slave trade an ‘evil trade.’

As our Founding Fathers (and Mothers) began to wrestle for their own liberty, they struggled with how to end the slave-trade in America. President George Washington wrote to Robert Morris on April 12, 1786, “I can only say that there is not a man living who wishes more sincerely than I do to see a plan adopted for the abolition of it [slavery].”  They set the stage in law to prevent the spread of slavery to the new territories (states) being added to the United States and eventually to end the slave trade in America, thus proving their hatred of slavery.

Many from that generation understood how evil slavery was. There has always been much opposition to slavery in America, though they did allow it to appease the slave plantation states. Many of them rejected the evil of their day-the “slave trade”, the harsh and dishonest treatment of our African-American and Native American brothers and sisters, and larger and larger, overreaching/tyrannical government. Because of their courage, I chose to use pieces of the Original American Flag coupled with a Roman numeral ten (X) to represent our company. The Roman numeral ten (X) represents the Ten Commandments, Ten Amendments, and The Tenth Amendment. It says, “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people”. Our mindset is that these three things represent the best ideas of the founding generation and should be practiced and applied today in America as they were in America’s beginning.

In short, the Original American Mindset believes people should be judged by their character-not their skin tone, hard work is necessary and admirable, fear of the Lord and the Ten Commandments are still what is needed if any country is to be great, champions the free market system and buying American (and America first), rejects globalism completely, demands smaller and smaller, originalist government, treats others as they want to be treated, believes the Declaration of Independence, Bill of Rights, and the U.S. Constitution (and it’s Preamble) are concrete documents, meaning there is no such thing as a “green document.” If the contract says ALL American Citizens have the right to “free speech” and the right to “keep and bear arms” …..etc., then there is no room for Re-interpretation, PERIOD!

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