President Trump “The Dictator” is Having a 4th of July Parade

The wild and crazy left-of-left crazies from the so-called news media, Hollywood, and even our own government, who are trying to take over our beloved country and tear it down from its roots are now doubling down on their hatred of our president.

Politicians, pundits, and performers are pouncing on President Trump and calling him dictator. It’s not like they’ve never done so before. But I’ve never seen it with so much volume and hate. All, they say, because we will be showcasing our beloved military, and our might in a parade in Washington, DC. When? On the 4th of July, Independence Day. How dictatorial is that? I thought it was patriotic. Oh well, he’s not the first. And I believe Betsy Ross might be weeping right now.

 

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Was President Eisenhower a dictator?

How about President John F. Kennedy? Was he a dictator?

How about the Persian Gulf War Veterans?

Andrew Gillum Aided Movement that Laments Independence Day, Demands End to ‘Disaster Capitalism’

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NEW YORK — An organization that has a close relationship with Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum calls for an “end” to “disaster capitalism,” rants against Independence Day and spreads malicious falsehoods about Israel.

Dream Defenders Co-Director Phillip Agnew recently described a long and close working and personal relationship with Gillum and said he considers Gillum to be “part of the movement.” Dream Defenders Action Fund, the electoral and c4 nonprofit arm of Dream Defenders, was part of a progressive coalition that reportedly committed $3.5 million to help Gillum win the Democratic primary against Gwen Graham.

Gillum himself said in June that he is “pleased and proud” to have snuck food to Dream Defenders activists during a 30-day sleep-in protest at the Florida State Capital, referring to a 2013 month-long anti-gun protest in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting. “I hope you keep at it,” Gillum said of Dream Defenders activism during a June event.

Gillum and Dream Defenders’ Agnew are so familiar with each other that while he was a city commissioner in Tallahassee, Gillum himself penned a glowing profile promoting Agnew and the activist’s work founding Dream Defenders titled, “We need more Phillip Agnews.”

Gillum related:

Seven years later, in response to the shooting of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, Agnew built on his past social justice experiences and connections to form the Dream Defenders, which helped bring national attention to the Martin case. From Governor Scott’s office, the Dream Defenders pushed for a repeal of Florida’s Stand Your Ground law and a special legislative session on racial profiling and the school-to-prison pipeline, among other demands. Following 31 days in the Capitol and a commitment from Florida House Speaker Will Weatherford to hold a hearing on the state’s Stand Your Ground law, Agnew announced that the Dream Defenders would leave [sic] to refocus on civic engagement in their communities to amplify the need for reform. Dream Defenders, which continues to be led by young people of color, now has chapters on nine college campuses in Florida and continues to highlight racial and social economic justice issues.

Gillum, who would go on to become Tallahassee mayor, gushed in the March 2014 profile: “We must learn from the successes of young leaders like the Dream Defenders and recruit, train, and connect thousands more local organizers and activists, particularly in underrepresented communities and regions of the country [emphasis added].”  Read the rest of this article at breitbart.com.

Happy 242nd Birthday America

Note: This video first appeared here on September 24th, 2013


“…In every stage of these Oppressions We have Petitioned for Redress in the most humble terms: Our repeated Petitions have been answered only by repeated injury…”*

“…And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor.”*

So once again, happy birthday America!

*These quotations have been excerpted from the Declaration of Independence.

A Perfect Video for Independence Day

Radio host Mark Levin, author of “Rediscovering Americanism,” criticized the progressive movement for “rejecting” the principles laid out in the Declaration of Independence. Ahead of Independence Day, the New York Times ran a full-page feature on the Constitution. Levin said the feature was just another example of the progressive left misunderstanding American history and the principles of this country. He noted Constitution Day is September 17, and that July 4 instead honors the Declaration of Independence. “The entire progressive movement rejects the Declaration of Independence,” Levin, a former DOJ chief of staff, said. “That’s why you’ll never see a full page of the Declaration of Independence in the New York Times,” he said.

He said that progressives believe that rights come from the government, while the Declaration describes how they are inalienable grants to humanity from God. Levin said those who fought and died in the Revolution would be “appalled” by progressives like Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who believe in a central government redistributing wealth. “[They] can’t have health care unless the government controls it and redistributes it,” he said. Levin also discussed the media’s fixation with President Trump’s feud with Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, remarking that “sonograms” have better ratings than MSNBC. Hat tip: Tea Partiest.

Independence Day, Rest in Peace

By Tom Tancredo

People wave flags as the Independence Day parade rolls down Main Street, Friday, July 4, 2014, in Eagar, Ariz. The Northern Arizona town celebrates the Fourth of July annually with a parade and fireworks. (AP Photo/Matt York)

People wave flags as the Independence Day parade rolls down Main Street, Friday, July 4, 2014, in Eagar, Ariz. The Northern Arizona town celebrates the Fourth of July annually with a parade and fireworks. (AP Photo/Matt York)

Why do we continue to celebrate Independence Day each July Fourth when we no longer cherish independence?

Someday soon, our progressive politicians will propose celebrating the first Monday in July as Global Interdependence Day, and no one will protest as long as it includes barbecues and fireworks.

It’s sobering to ask, who is really celebrating independence?

Our schools no longer teach our children the meaning of the Declaration of Independence.

Our elected officials no longer protect our sovereignty.

Our courts do not recognize or  even comprehend God-given “unalienable rights” for which the patriots of 1776 pledged their lives, their fortunes and their sacred honor.

Our professors, priests and “futurists” are so enamored of “global citizenship” they see individual rights as an anachronism.

Multiculturalism is not an idea to be debated, it’s the new orthodoxy to be obeyed. Or else!

And so, is it any wonder that independence has a low standing in our hierarchy of “values”?

Until very recently, our new immigrants were the ones who reminded us of our special place in world history. We are the first nation, in Thomas Jefferson’s words,  to come into being by the force of reason and not an accident of geography. The fundamental radicalism of the American founding was the idea that individual freedom is among our God-given rights, and government exists to secure those natural rights, not to trample them. Continue reading at breitbart.com.

Tom Tancredo is an American politician from Colorado, who represented the state’s sixth congressional district in the United States House of Representatives from 1999 to 2009, as a Republican. Wikipedia

We Were Once a Free Country

Free Country

Attribution: Al Branco, Conservative Daily News

This well-kown quote from Ronald Reagan has been posted here before, but it has never been more appropriate:

Freedom is never more than one gen­eration away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s children what it was once like in the United States where men were free.