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Morgan Freeman is still waiting on the apology and retraction from CNN for their lies

Transgender-Traitor Chelsea Manning is now famous for suicide tweet

Russia Probe cost taxpayers $18 million so far, while Hillary Clinton goes free after evading her subpoena

Jim Carrey can paint by numbers? Wow!

Illegal immigrant Everardo Donoteo-Reyes killed a mother and son and buried them in rural New York

CNN Hadas Gold posted photos of holding areas for illegal immigrants, showing bad living conditions. However, the photos were actually from 2014. Thanks Obama

New Jersey Democratic voters are projected to nominate Senator Bob Menendez for a third term Tuesday, months after his trial on corruption charges


On the issue of kneeling players in the NFL. People like Paris Denard keep saying that employees must do what their bosses tell to do or Scarromuchi (forgive spelling) say its not the right venue; they are slave drivers for Donald Trump. They are ignoring that the Supreme Court already decided on this issue. It is based on a protest during the Vietnam era. The court case is Tinker vs DeMoines where student wore black armbands to school in protest of the war. The Principal found out about it and suspended students who wore them. In essence the Court ruled that student do not lose their constitutional rights to protest once they enter the classroom door nor should NFL players as they step onto the field. This is Jim Crow all over again. The key in the protest was "silent". As long as they do not disrupt the operations of the school business, or the schedule of the game, they have a constitutional right to do so.


So true today. A Visitor from the Past by Thelen Paulk

I had a dream the other night,
I did not understand
A figure walking through the mist,
with flintlock in his hand

His clothes were torn and dirty;
As he stood their by my bed,
he took off his three cornered hat
And speaking low, he said,

"We fought a revolution
to secure our Liberty
We wrote the Constitution,
as a shield from tyranny

For future generations
this legacy we gave
In this, the land of the free
and the home of the brave

The freedom we secured for you,
we hoped you'd always keep
But tyrants labored endlessly,
while your parents were asleep

Your freedom gone - Your courage lost
You're no more than a slave
In this, the land of the free
and the home of the brave

You buy a permit to travel,
and a permit to own a gun
Permits to start a business
or to build a place for one

On land that you believe you own,
you pay a yearly rent
Although you have no voice in choosing,
how the money's spent

Your children must attend a school,
that does not educate
Your Christian values can't be taught,
according to the State

You read about the current news
in a regulated press
You pay a tax you do not owe,
to please the IRS

Your money is no longer made
of silver or gold
You trade your wealth for paper,
so your life can be controlled

You pay for crimes
that make your nation turn
from God in shame
You've taken Satans number,
as you traded in your name

You've given government control
to those who do you harm,
so they can padlock churches,
and steal the family farm

And keep our country deep in debt,
put men of God in jail,
harass your fellow countrymen
While corrupted courts prevail

Your public servants
don't uphold the solemn oath they swore
Your daughters visit doctors,
so their children won't be born

Your leaders ship artillery
and guns to foreign shores,
and send your sons to slaughter,
to fight other peoples wars

Can you regain your freedom,
for which we fought and died,
or don't you have the courage
or the faith to stand with pride

Are there no more values
for which you would fight to save,
or do you wish your children,
to live in fear and be a slave

Sons of the Republic,
arise and take a stand
Defend the Constitution,
the supreme law of the land

Preserve our great Republic,
and teach each God given right,
and pray to God to keep the torch
of freedom burning bright..."



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