Ann Coulter writes:
In all, about 50 Americans were killed in the Battle of Concord. By population, that’s the equivalent of more than 6,000 Americans dying in a single military action today. (…)
Following the Battle of Concord, Dr. Prescott left his fiancée, his family and his wealth to fight for the revolution. A few years into the war, his ship was captured by the British. No one ever heard from him again. His fiancée waited for him for eight years, until finally, a returning soldier reported that Prescott had died in a Nova Scotia prison. His fiancée married, then died young.
But today, most pundits would rather promote open borders and watch our country disappear than lose their TV gigs.