Home of the Free Tire Cover
$66.00 – $106.00
Extend the life of your trailer’s spare tire by protecting it from the sun, dirt, grime, and road salt with this weather-resistant vinyl cover. Elastic-trimmed rear opening gives a snug fit and the vented bottom lets moisture escape. High Quality Material – This Cover Is Made From High Quality Durable Vinyl.
Note: This Tire Covers Can Keep Wheels In Good Shape And Extend Their Service Life, Please Measure It Before Buy It.
Home of the Free
Home of the Free is well known that Francis Scott Key is the author of the famous words “the land of the free and the home of the brave.” He wrote those words in 1814 and, ever since 1931, they have been sung as the United States’ national anthem.
What is far less known are his views on race.
In his career as a lawyer
Key spoke publicly of Africans in America as “a distinct and inferior race of people, which all experience proves to be the greatest evil that afflicts a community.”
He saw them as a shiftless and untrustworthy population — a nuisance to white people.
Key believed the solution to the slavery problem was to free the enslaved Africans and get rid of them by helping them colonize Africa. He worked on behalf of this racial dream for more than 20 years. He was, in the words of a friend, a distressingly serious man.
Key had become famous almost by accident. He wrote the “Star-Spangled Banner” in September 1814, and it became immediately popular.
The song was the product of humiliation.
Francis Scott Key was a veteran of what some dubbed “the Bladensburg Races,” the total collapse of American forces during the British invasion of Washington in August 1814.
When the untrained American militia faced the dogged advance by British troops, backed by artillery fire, the Americans broke rank by the hundreds and then by the thousands.
They ran as fast as they could, hence the humorous reference to “The Races.” Most ran back toward Washington, including Lieutenant Key. In the Bladensburg Races, Francis Scott Key was a sprinter.
Seeking to redeem his battlefield failure, Key negotiated with British forces that had arrested a family friend.
In his effort to secure his friend’s release, he managed to join him aboard a British ship as the fleet bombarded Fort McHenry in Baltimore harbor.
On September 14, 1814, the British proved their prowess in the spectacular and useless display of military power by pummeling the fort with bombs.
The Americans did not return fire. But they did hang a red, white, and blue flag out. At dawn — much to everyone’s surprise — the British had not breached the fort’s walls, and the flag was still there.
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Select 26 “-37” Tire Covers.
Includes Installation and Care Guide.
In Stock, it Normally ships in two days.
90-Day Warranty on Materials and Workmanship.
Includes Protective Tire Cover Liner for Easy Installation
Anti-Theft Grommets, Security Cable & Lock, are Available.
Custom printed Tire Cover with 5-year outdoor ink on heavy-weight vinyl. The sideband is attached to the face with piping. Its elastic tie-down provides an easy fit. The heavy gauge vinyl material ensures long-term use, providing the perfect way to show your Bronco pride when you’re on the go.
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