Saturday is the Fourth of July, the 233rd anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
For the few of you out there for whom this date still has some meaning beyond hot dogs, fireworks, or time-and-a-half, here's a few things coming up this weekend...
TEA PARTY II - The Tea Party movement, which emerged last Tax Day to remind the Government and its media lapdogs who pays the bills, is going for round 2. This will probably not be as big a deal as the first one (and will be assuredly ignored and ridiculed by the likes of MSNBC and other leftist trash), but nonetheless it's an important statement and one that will no doubt continue to grow as Obama's designs for the destruction of the USA become clearer and even a majority of the kool-aid drinkers start to wake up.
The official Tea Party website is here. There are no events planned in the City of San Francisco this time, but there are several around the Bay.
Also... the Golden Gate Minutemen will be in the Fremont 4th of July Parade again this year! Come out and support 'em! Starts at 10 am.