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  • The Blaze April 2015 (Vol. 5, Issue 3)
    Item #: BXAM316
    Iran is the greatest threat to international security today.

    The mullahs and their lackeys have big plans—as evidenced by their terror ties, naval exercises (including blowing up a mock U.S. aircraft carrier), nuclear ambitions, meddling in the Middle East chaos and connections to anti-American regimes around the world.

    Are we prepared for a Persian insurgency? Do our governmental leaders really believe that if we’re nice to them, they’ll be nice to us?

    Also in this issue: With a big election season ahead of us, can a history of clashes between libertarians and Christians be reversed? Our Fred Lucas examines what it might take to get the two sides to come together to fight Big Government and work to preserve American liberty.

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  • Charity T-Shirt
    Item #: BXCT224
    100% Cotton

    Made in the USA

    • $25.00
  • Grey Merit Heart Patch
    Item #: BXAM430
    Grey Merit Heart Patch
    • $10.00
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  • Mt. Vernon Fox Hunt Patch
    Item #: BXAM432
    Mt. Vernon Fox Hunt Patch
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  • The Blaze March 2015 (Vol. 5, Issue 2)
    Item #: BXAM435
    Michelle Obama and her ilk have created their own food police. They think they know what’s best for all American students’ diets. The government’s increased involvement in what kids eat hasn't made things better.

    In fact, things are worse. Students are leaving school lunch lines in droves. A black market for snack foods has been created in schools across the country.

    And the things the government is trying to “fix” aren’t improving either—though the number of students getting free lunches is way up.

    What can we do about it?

    Plus, Steven Crowder takes a look at the health food hype in America. What are you really putting in your body? If you’re relying on what the government is saying, you’re in for a surprise.

    And you don’t want to miss an exclusive excerpt from a new book that reveals just how right the House Un-American Activities Committee was about the level of control the Soviets had in Hollywood.

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  • Freedom Hut T-Shirt
    Item #: BXCT219
    Made in America

    100% Cotton

    • $25.00
  • Commie Bear T-Shirt
    Item #: BXCT220
    Made in America

    100% Cotton

    • $25.00
  • Autographed <i>Dreamers and Deceivers</i> Hardcover Book
    Item #: BXAM306
    The new nonfiction from #1 bestselling author and popular radio and television host Glenn Beck.

    THEIR NAMES ARE FAMILIAR.
    THEIR STORIES ARE NOT.

    Everyone has heard of a “Ponzi scheme,” but do you know what Charles Ponzi actually did to make his name synonymous with fraud? Credit for inventing radio usually goes to Marconi or David Sarnoff and RCA—but if you’ve never heard of Edwin Armstrong or Lee de Forest, you know only half the story.

    You’ve probably been to a Disney theme park, but did you know that the park Walt believed would change the world was actually EPCOT? He died before his vision for it could ever be realized. History is about so much more than dates and dead guys; it’s the greatest story ever told. Now, in this powerful follow-up to his national bestseller Miracles and Massacres, Glenn Beck brings ten more true and untold stories to life.

    The people who made America were not always what they seemed. There were entrepreneurs and visionaries whose selflessness propelled us forward, but there were also charlatans and fraudsters whose selfishness nearly derailed us. Dreamers and Deceivers brings both of these groups to life with stories written to put you right in the middle of the action. You know that Woodrow Wilson was a progressive who dramatically changed America, but did you know that he was also involved in one of the most shocking national deceptions of all time? You know I Love Lucy, but the true story of Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball is much better than anything they produced for television. You’ve heard of Upton Sinclair, the socialist author who gained famed with The Jungle, but it was a book he wrote two decades later that proved the depth she was willing to go to maintain his reputation.

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  • Woolrich Allegheny Blanket
    Item #: BXAM296
    Woven right here in our Woolrich Mill, our Allegheny Throw was inspired by patterns and designs found in our 180-year-old archives. The 15 oz. soft-wool single-ply blanket features an engineered stripe and orange selvage edge detail with whipstitch trim. Exceptionally warm for the weight, the Allegheny is a piece of living history.

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  • Freedom Hut Women's T-Shirt
    Item #: BXCT221
    Made in America

    100% Cotton

    • $25.00
  • The Blaze January/February 2015 (Vol. 5, Issue 1)
    Item #: BXAM424
    It used to be that the American Left was famous for the free speech movement. Censorship was the only word they found appalling. But things have changed—drastically.

    Today, the progressive Left will make you pay for speaking your mind.

    Whether it’s their opposition to the Citizens United case or liberal universities’ “free speech zones” or the FCC’s attempts to regulate the Internet, the progressive Left has shown it is no longer concerned with restricting just our constitutionally protected speech—it is at odds with the very premise that Americans may speak their minds at all.

    But it doesn’t have to be this way.

    Plus, you do not want to miss the takedown of the federal government’s most secretive agency by TheBlaze’s own Fred Lucas. He exposes the major players behind the EPA’s schemes to obfuscate and hide the truth and their efforts to take down anyone who would dare to demand transparency.

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  • Clara Janssen Patriotic Plaid Women's Pajamas
    Item #: BXCM039
    Every Christmas Eve my sisters and I each got to open one present. And though we always acted surprised, we knew, without a shadow of a doubt, what we would find underneath the Christmas wrapping paper. For every year it was the same gift: pajamas. Pajamas that had been made for all of us by my grandmother, Clara. Every fall she would get one bolt of fabric at the store, and from it she made Christmas pajamas for everyone in our family. As the years past and we grew older my grandmother stopped making pajamas for us. I think she thought that we had grown out of the tradition, that we no longer cared whether or not they were waiting for us underneath the tree. But in truth, I never did grow out of it. I knew the time and the love that my grandmother had put into making the pajamas for us. I can still imagine Clara sitting behind her sewing machine in the evening sewing our pajamas, smiling with the thought of our excited faces as we open them. She created a memory and a tradition that I will always cherish and strive to preserve. A tradition that I have carried on with my children, and a tradition that we at 1791 would like to share with you. Earlier this fall, just like my grandmother, we got into the truck and bought a bolt of fabric (or two), and using the same basic pattern, we made our version of Clara’s Christmas pajamas. We hope that you will give them to your family and that you will see the same joy in your children’s faces when they open them that my grandmother saw in ours.

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