We don’t often think about how our history has changed, but history is what changes our world.

And history is the ultimate test of how we can be the best of ourselves.

And what happened in 2016, 2016 was a wake-up call for every American.

On July 7, 2016, President Donald Trump signed a bill that declared the day of Donald J. Trump, Jr., to be National Day of Prayer, which would be the first in the nation’s history to celebrate the nation as a Christian nation, with no religious discrimination.

This new national holiday was also the first to recognize LGBT people, who have historically been discriminated against in the United States.

It was a day of celebration, and it changed everything.

For decades, we have not celebrated our nation as the land of the free, where everyone is equal.

In fact, for many years, it was America that was the land where many people, particularly black people, felt the most threatened.

And for many Americans, the day was a turning point in their lives.

And as a result, the rest of America came together and made history, and in doing so, we began to erase decades of discrimination and discrimination that had long plagued this country.

The new national day was called the Day of Unity.

The day began on July 7 and was marked by the release of the first “Freedom Rally” in more than two decades, which featured a number of national leaders, including President Donald J, Trump, first lady Melania Trump and First Lady Brigitte.

As you might imagine, the event was hugely successful.

The crowds were huge.

The rally was held on Independence Day, a holiday that was historically considered a time for national reconciliation.

But after years of fighting for the right to celebrate, this was the first time in the country that there was an outright celebration of a day that came and went, and that was also marked by violence.

And then a couple days later, the White House announced that a new “National Day of Patriotic Prayer” would be held on July 14.

But as the new national days of prayer started to take shape, it became clear that the celebration of one particular day was going to be divisive and exclusionary.

It would be a day for celebration of the faith and the freedom of religious expression, and there would be no religious accommodation of those beliefs, nor would there be any religious tolerance of others.

But it was not going to come without a fight.

It is important to note that this new national prayer would not be a national prayer day.

It wouldn’t be a prayer of thanksgiving.

And it wouldn’t even be a traditional national prayer, because it was so explicitly directed at white supremacy.

It wasn’t even a prayer that said, “We are a nation of Christians.”

The Trump administration had already issued a proclamation saying that anyone who did not believe in God, or was a member of a religion that taught a literal reading of the Bible as the literal word of God, was “un-American.”

In other words, it declared that the very idea of “Christianity” or the “American Way of Life” were wrong.

The proclamation also called on Americans to celebrate “the greatness of America and the greatness of its values,” to be “good Americans,” to “stand up for our liberties,” and to “take care of our country.”

In the words of the president himself, it should be a time of celebration of “Americanism, not of discrimination.”

But as we know from our history, a country can never be a Christian-only nation.

And while this new prayer was a welcome sign of unity and acceptance, the proclamation did not take away the religious and cultural exclusion of many Americans.

And the Trump administration quickly doubled down on its efforts to stamp out religious freedom.

On June 25, 2017, the Department of Justice and the Department for Religious Liberty issued a press release calling for the enforcement of a federal law that prohibits any government entity from restricting religious beliefs or practices in any way, even in the name of national security.

And this was not the first case of religious freedom being targeted by this administration.

In 2017, then-Attorney General Sally Yates, under pressure from the Trump White House, had warned that if the administration tried to force colleges and universities to implement a policy that would allow Muslims to be admitted to campus, they could be sued by religious organizations.

That was just the beginning.

And in February 2018, then Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced the Department would not provide federal funding to schools and colleges that discriminate against gay and transgender students.

And that was just a small sampling of the discrimination that is occurring.

And now, in 2019, the president has signed a law that makes it illegal to discriminate on the basis of gender identity.

And under that law, if a person has a gender identity that does not match their birth certificate, they can be fired.

If they are transgender, they will be able to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender identity and that