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TRUTHandFREEDOM

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  • [11] June 30, 2015 at 6:51am

    An educational opportunity IS HERE NOW. Republicans can reveal narrative correcting TRUTH. Republicans have strong reason to be offended by this flag, but realize that it today represents the south, not oppression, but opportunity to end the progressive narrative is HERE. As usual, Republicans won’t engage. This was the flag of the Democrat South, owned & operated by the Dem Party, who expanded & protected slavery, who fought under this flag to, among other things, preserve slavery, the abortion & socialism of their day, denying rights or existence of someone else’s life! The klan flew this flag. Progressive Dem President Woodrow Wilson segregated the military & post office & had the first film ever shown in the White house be The Birth of a Nation. The Klan was the film’s hero. After the Civil War, it was former slaves who helped establish & populate the Republican Party in the south. They & whites as Republicans won elections . In 1866, Democrats attacked the racially-integrated Louisiana Republican Party state convention in New Orleans, killing 40, all African-Americans & injuring 150. THOUSANDS of BLACK AND WHITE klan victims swung from trees over following decades. They were Republicans! It was racist, political voter intimidation. Jim Crowe policies also suppressed the Republican vote.Today, Dems have 8 of 10 of the wealthiest Congressional districts & 50yr control of impoverished neighbors, but only provide socialism “to preserve the culture of the neigborhood”.

  • June 27, 2015 at 1:25am

    I would like you to read some George Washington, John Adams, James Madison, Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Sam Adams, Benjamin Rush, Charles Carroll and Alexander Hamilton views on proper governance and let us know what you think.

  • [4] June 26, 2015 at 8:08pm

    The main issues here for me are that the Court is not a legislative body and even if it were, it is federal government reaching into state governance far beyond the 10th amendment. What they have done each time with Obamacare and on this issue sets precedents and ignores the law that they are supposed to have and honor as their foundation. What people do as individuals is their own business. However, I see today’s “Progress” as a brick in a step to the point where the Bible and the Cross will be deemed objects of hate to turn public opinion further against them and America’s firm reliance upon them. I believe that people who still fly the Confederate flag as they have a right to will be called haters and racists without that being true and that will happen even more to Christians. The agenda being driven is against our founding principles and what our flag truly represents. That is why you have seen many people burn the US flag, not the Confederate flag. The Confederate flag is regional & history. The agenda battle comes down to the communist principles “My object in life is t dethrone God and destroy capitalism.” – Karl Marx
    VS
    “Those who will not be governed by God will be ruled by tyrants.” William Penn.
    We each choose a side and God will be the judge. The focus for the latter, who use the Constitution and the virtue and morals towards good citizenship need to focus the attention of America onto the rule of Constitutional law, proper procedure and WHY it matters

  • June 24, 2015 at 4:52pm

    I have still not found the full quote on weapons companies and those who invest in them. The quote as I know it is way off base and I am disgusted by it, but I hold final opinion until I see the full quote in context.

  • [3] June 24, 2015 at 5:29am

    This assault right here was done in the name of the Rainbow flag.
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/02/06/family-research-council-shooter-i-got-the-idea-from-lib-groups-hate-map/
    I grew up in NYC knowing the Confederate flag as representing the south and saw it on the cars of Lynrd Skynrd fans and other southern rock fans …. in NYC. There was no racial element to it. It was the flag of southern life and southern states. History education in NYC schools has been extremely suppressed. You’d think that we would have had school trips to historic sites where the battles for liberty took place or where George Washington had a pew, but no. We were taught that there was a coming ice age & that food supplies would be scare & mass starvation would cover the earth within a decade! I don’t remember any class that spoke about the Civil war! Now that I love history, I know the Confederate flag as originally being the flag of Southern Democrats intent on keeping liberty “regulated” for a specific part of our population, which I think has continuity with their current policies. I know that the flag has been flown above oppressors. However, just as Cuba can end communism & still keep their flag, the Confederate flag is simply flown as regional today & not as racism or oppression. The DNC could rightly claim the flag as their own on historical grounds, but that may lead to them having to pay reparations, so they lead their gullible with a Jackass.

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  • [3] June 24, 2015 at 5:07am

    You may get insulted in response to arrogance, intolerance and hostility towards conservatives. Just a possibility.
    I haven’t seen your preferred outcome in this case posted.
    Please feel free to tell us on what grounds you would prosecute and what you will present as evidence to the jury and allow the debate to happen.

  • [5] June 24, 2015 at 4:56am

    Why is that weird? Many auto accidents that involve injuries have varying degrees of injuries and sometimes fatal injuries for some and no injuries for others in the same vehicle….. and that is with all of them wearing seat belts. It comes down to point of impact and each person’s location in the vehicle.

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  • June 23, 2015 at 9:10pm

    The questionable weapons quote is from a speech, not the encyclical, which impressed me as does the Pope again. Full quote Blaze?Thoughts: 1. We DO need to protect the earth & have long understood that it is to our own benefit, but there is conservationism (sane land & wildlife management) & there is environmentalism (political deceit & corruption of conservationism designed to redistribute US wealth & prosperity through exaggerated crisis propaganda & legislation). **2. Moral influence does need to crush social decay. **3. Inequity; I don’t believe that all must possess equally. Poor countries are poorly run & oppose the TRUE American/ Judaeo Christian principles of moral, virtuous individual self government, rights, opportunity, merit & personal prosperity growth that fuels charity. Charity is needed amidst principled education as a hand UP. Needs of our poor must be met. Luxuries = personally dependent. Equality of luxury is marxist entitlement dreamspeak. *4. Crony capitalism is dangerous. TRUE capitalism lifts people from poverty better than anything in the history of humanity & fuels charity. 5. Creativity & its positive & tech results are a blessing that we must keep tyranny from using against us. Keep moral ethics.*6. There are many great points, but I believe that our climate has always been changed by God’s design, not man’s sin. 7. We’re not usually born in groups. Individualism is by design, but consideration of others is necessary.8. Language specifics matter!!!

  • June 22, 2015 at 8:00pm

    I would love to read the full context and be wrong and sincerely hope that I am and that The Pope clarifies his remarks in a way that shows me that I am, but I comment here according to the news reports, including this one as they tell me what he said. I invest in the weapons industry. According to the reports, The Pope is saying that I am a hypocrite to do that and call my self a Christian. I have to point out that there have been uncountable unarmed Christians who lost their lives to aggression that they had no ability to respond to. We are given life, responsibility and ability to do for ourselves. To defend one’s self, to enjoy the sport of shooting, to hunt for food, to defend one’s family, state or country …. is hardly in opposition to being Christian. I have given The Pope the benefit of the doubt on some previous comments, but if that is truly his statement and it stands in context as it does here, then I am seriously disappointed. Please post the link to the full content of his speech. I want to be inspired and the world to be inspired. I want voters to understand their responsibility to live, act and vote as Christian, but the comments that I have read from the Pope in the last few months will have them voting for gun banning Marxists instead of Christian principled representatives. The world is listening. He needs to choose his words wisely. Liberty and opportunity for the masses depends upon clear, Christian principled leadership.

  • [1] June 22, 2015 at 5:48pm

    Wow! Distrust is what he is generating! Seriously .. who is this man? As a Catholic, I’m appalled. Are we to submit to criminals? No self defense? Guns assist liberty, capitalism & charity. Instead of just preaching about the prodigal son, the church needs to lead the faithful to be model citizens, respect others rights, life, property, wealth, free will & don’t create burdens & demand that your neighbor’s help pay the cost. I think his narrative says he’s the wrong choice to be Pope. Instead of speaking Marxist income inequality narratives, I think that he should be LEADING the world in increasing charitable giving, acknowledging those who already give; inspiring all to give more! In 2013, Americans gave over 335 billion dollars to charitable causes in the US & around the world. There are approximately 320 million people living in the US. Most Americans can’t donate thousands or millions of dollars.
    How can 320 million Americans donate 335 Billion dollars to charity in 1 year? Corporations & the rich donate the large amounts while donations from citizens also add up & help. Capitalism enables it & opportunity! This follows Christian principles, helps the poor & rejects Marxist theft. In The USA, the common practice of the rich donating to charity is historic, but the public is told by Marxists that rich = evil.

    Thou SHALL NOT COVET THY NEIGHBOR’S GOODS! Not even for charity! DONATE!! Be a fundraiser … firearms save the innocent daily. Address the criminal character

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  • [1] June 21, 2015 at 8:06am

    A reminder for comparison;
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/02/06/family-research-council-shooter-i-got-the-idea-from-lib-groups-hate-map/

  • [1] June 21, 2015 at 7:53am

    Compare this story and comment to this heavily under reported story that The Blaze reported on just a few years ago …. where the Christian ethic and beliefs were the actual target:
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/02/06/family-research-council-shooter-i-got-the-idea-from-lib-groups-hate-map/

  • [10] June 13, 2015 at 5:53am

    “Libertarian Socialist” = oxymoron. Ponder this:
    ACLU founder Roger Baldwin: “I am for socialism, disarmament, and, ultimately, for abolishing the state itself… I seek the social ownership of property, the abolition of the propertied class, and the sole control of those who produce wealth. Communism is the goal.”
    Communist Soviet Leader Nikita Khrushchev “You Americans are so gullible. No, you won’t accept communism outright, but we’ll keep feeding you small doses of socialism until you wake up and find you already have communism. We won’t have to fight you. We’ll so weaken your economy until you fall like over ripe fruit into our hands”
    Karl Marx (Communist Manifesto author) “ My object in life is to dethrone God and destroy capitalism”
    Hillary Clinton “Don’t let anybody tell you that it’s corporations and businesses that create jobs” “And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed”
    Maxene Waters (D) – “.. and guess what THIS liberal would be all about. THIS liberal would be all about socializing . uh uh .. would be about.. basically taking over and the government running all of your companies”.
    Obama -” “Salvation is collective” “Redistribute the wealth”, “Capitalism doesn’t work” “If you’ve been successful, you didn’t build that” He lists Frank Marshall Davis, American communist party member with a large FBI file as a primary mentor.
    Al Sharpton – “We want equal stuff in everybody’s houses”
    American principles? Liberty? NOT THERE!

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  • June 2, 2015 at 5:45pm

    The Bible says what it says. Every Hebrew and Christian leader needs to anchor the religious community more strongly to the actual language and principles.When they are disconnected, the Bible is diluted as is Liberty.
    The Progressive battle against the Bible is incremental.
    Liberty and true religion follow this: “Those who will not be governed by God will be ruled by tyrants” – William Penn

    The wealth control collectivist crowd follows this; “My object in life is to dethrone God and destroy capitalism” Karl Marx

  • [8] June 2, 2015 at 4:55am

    He may have been a victim of a great flood in 1015, caused of course by failure to Progressively regulate CO2 emissions from excessive breathers. If only he would have hugged a tree, maybe he’d still be alive.

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  • May 27, 2015 at 5:38am

    Wasn’t Eisenhower stuck with a Democrat majority? How do they give ownership of the high rate in the 50s to Eisenhower?

  • May 21, 2015 at 5:36am

    The obvious and immediate need for a victim is to stop the attacker(s). If you only have your fists, you use your fists. If you only have a 2×4, then that is what you use. If there is ever is a need to protect yourself or your family, the ownership of better defense tools is certainly not unChristian. Our best defense is to establish and maintain a society where people live by a Christian principled moral code no matter what their faith status is (and I advocate faith in the source of the principles and moral code), but as long as there are people hostile to all of that and to the life and rights of their fellow citizens, self preservation of a criminally selected victim is best served by ownership of firearms.

  • May 21, 2015 at 4:56am

    JIC, You speak like a product of the public education system or Progressive HQ.
    The man was an abolitionist with a strategy to liberate all, but I assume that you may be yet another believer in the politically driven negative America narrative about our founders and in the Jefferson/Hemings false media report that is now expanded and advanced as absolute truth in our schools and even at Monticello … coincidentally since Bill Clinton’s immoral behavior needs some kind of comparative buffer to market a positive legacy.

  • May 21, 2015 at 4:54am

    JIC, You speak like a product of the public education system or Progressive HQ.
    The man was an abolitionist with a strategy to liberate all, but I assume that you may be yet another believer in the politically driven negative America narrative about our founders and in the Jefferson/Hemings false media report that is now expanded and advanced as absolute truth in our schools and even at Monticello … coincidentally since Bill Clinton’s immoral behavior needs some kind of comparative buffer to market a positive legacy.

  • May 15, 2015 at 10:00pm

    I saw him twice as well; once in Newark, NJ and once in New Brunswick, NJ. Each show was very unique, highly personal and had a massive aura of pure Americana. It was glaringly obvious that I was seeing and hearing a piece of history passing before my eyes and ears. BB was a humble man who took time during each show to stop a few times and just talk. It was almost like we were all at the dinner table listening to autobiographical stories and musical experiences. I’ve been to probably over 100 concerts from Boston to Journey to Steve Winwood to Eric Clapton to Deep Purple to Van Halen, UFO, Aerosmith, Johnny Winter, Elton John, Les Paul to multi band line ups including one with a Zeppelin reunion and one with Clapton, Beck and Page …… NOTHING equates to experiencing the Americana, celebration and historic presence of BB King in concert. He was a likeable, humble man with great and powerful talent that is so much better in in person than on video, but we are extremely fortunate to have the video and recordings now that he is gone. One more iconic American cultural pillar has fallen. RIP.

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