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Do Black Lives Matter?

If Black Lives Matter - Why are the majority of blacks part of the Democrat Party? Do they believe in the politics of the confederacy?, the KKK, or their Jim Crow Laws? If Black Lives Matter - Why are so many blacks killed by other blacks? Chicago, Detroit, Etc. If Black Lives Matter - Why do they support Plan Parenthood founded by Margaret Sanger who wrote, “We do not want word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members,” This is a TRUE FACT, The majority of abortions performed by Plan Parenthood are on people of color. So why are you supporting a white woman who was obviously a racist, and founded a racist organization? If Black Lives Matter - Why did Democrats after the Civil War ended in 1865, Southern States persisted in prohibiting blacks, now freemen, from owning guns under laws renamed "Black Codes." I want to say, Black Lives

Can You Stand For The Truth!

Ladies & Gentlemen the Secession from the Union by the Democrat Party took place on December 20, 1860. They wanted to keep slavery! The states rights argument is just not true! If we branded the Democrat Party a terrorist organization after the Civil War we wouldn't be going through any of the racial injustice we see today. The people who really should be taking a knee are the Democrats! The stars and bars flag belongs to them! If any reparations should be paid to anyone the DNC should make those payments. If you (Vote R.E.D.) Remove Every Democrat from office life will improve! This party wants statutes removed because they are Confederate Democrats. They want you to remain on the plantation and not think for yourself.  The Switch argument you keep hearing about is a switch in tactics.  Don't fall for it! If your teacher didn't teach you the truth about American History you should demand a refund!

Unrest In The Country I Love

I have posted some political replies on Facebook that have been removed by censorship or have left me unfriended by my so called “Fair Weather Friends.” There comes a time in the course of human events that you have to take a stand for the country you love. I served our great nation for 20 years in the United States Air Force. All the time knowing that I was an ambassador in “Blue” representing our nation. No one is perfect we all have flaws. I pray to God everyday to be a better person. I’ve witness a lot of history in my 67 years and a lot was good but some events were very tragic. Our country was horrified by a wave of assassinations, wars without a will to win, and a lot of political discourse, thanks to the likes of Jane Fonda and Bill Ayers. These anarchists and others tried their best to radicalized segments of our society. But despite the radical lefts best efforts some how we found a way to band together and find a way forward. When 911 hit our nation we experienced a wave of

Here's The Key to stopping racism in America

Confession: #GeorgeFloyd is neither a martyr or a hero. But I hope his family gets justice.

Music Calendar...

In 1954 Billboard magazine reports that record companies would provide radio stations with 45 rpm singles instead of the old 78's. In 1956 Elvis Presley makes his second appearance on the "Milton Berle Show," introducing his newest hit "Hound Dog." In 1957 Dale Hawkins' single "Suzie-Q" is released. In 1961 "Running Scared" by Roy Orbison is #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1964 David Bowie's first record is released in the UK, under the name David Jones and the King Bees. In 1965 Joan Baez and Donovan perform at a rally in London on behalf of nuclear disarmament. In 1965 "Wooly Bully" by Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs peaks at #2 on the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1966 A promotional film for the new Beatles single "Paperback Writer" airs on CBS-TV's "Ed Sullivan Show." In 1968 When Robert Kennedy is assassinated in Los Angeles, Stephen Stills writes "Long Time Gone" and the Rolling Stones insert

Today In History...

In 1783 Joseph and Jacques Montgolfier publicly demonstrate their hot-air balloon in a 10-minute flight over Annonay, France. In 1794 Congress passes the Neutrality Act, which prohibited Americans from enlisting in the service of a foreign power. The act also banned the fitting out of foreign armed vessels in U.S. ports. In 1849 Denmark becomes a constitutional monarchy. In 1884 Civil War hero General William T. Sherman refuses the Republican presidential nomination with the words, "I will not accept if nominated and will not serve if elected." In 1888 The Democratic national convention in St. Louis nominates President Cleveland for a second term. (He loses to Benjamin Harrison, but was elected president again in 1892.) In 1917 10 million American men begin registration for the draft in World War I. In 1933 The United States goes off of the gold standard. In 1940 The first synthetic rubber tire is exhibited Akron, Ohio. In 1940 The Germans begin the Battle Of France during Wo

Born On This Day...

In 1723 Scottish economist, Adam Smith (Wealth of Nations) In 1762 U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Bushrod Washington (1798-1829) In 1819 Astronomer, John Couch Adams (co-discovered Neptune) In 1850 Lawman, Pat Garrett (known as the man who killed Billy the Kid) In 1874 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, John "Happy Jack" Chesbro (Yankees) In 1877 Businessman, John H. Breck (founded Breck shampoo) In 1878 Mexican revolutionary/bandit, Francisco "Pancho" Villa In 1883 English economist/journalist, John Maynard Keynes In 1895 Actor, William Lawrence Boyd (Hopalong Cassidy) In 1900 Engineer, Dennis Gabor (invented holography) [d: 2-8-79] In 1904 Actor, John Abbott (Wolf's voice-The Jungle Book) [d: 5-24-96] In 1906 Actress, Margaret Rawlings (Roman Holiday) [d: 5-19-96] In 1914 Actor/songwriter, Stan Jones (Ghostwriters in the Sky) [d: 12-13-63] In 1915 Critic/teacher, Alfred Kazin [d: 6-5-98] In 1919 Children's author, Richard Scarry [d: 4-30-94] In 1920 Football Hall-of-Fam

Music Calendar...

In 1950 "Mona Lisa" by Nat King Cole debuts on the charts. In 1953 Elvis Presley graduates from L.C. Humes High School in Memphis. In 1956 "I Almost Lost My Mind" by Pat Boone enters the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1958 "The Purple People Eater" by Sheb Wooley and "Yakety Yak" by the Coasters both enter the U.S. top 40 chart. In 1962 Island Records releases its first single, "Twist Baby" by Jamaican vocalist Owen Gray. In 1962 "I Can't Stop Loving You" by Ray Charles hits #1 on the U.S. top 40 chart and stayed there for 5 weeks. In 1964 The Rolling Stones open the group's first U.S. tour with a show at a high school football stadium in Lynn, Massachusetts. In 1967 David Bowie's self-titled debut album is released. In 1967 The Beatles' album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" is released in the U.S. In 1972 Dion reunites with the Belmonts for an Oldies revival show at Madison Square Garden in New Yo

Today In History

In 1851 Maine becomes the first state to enact a law prohibiting alcohol. In 1858 The Donati Comet is first seen and named after it's discoverer. In 1883 The first non-league baseball game played under electric lights takes place in Ft. Wayne, Indiana. In 1886 President Grover Cleveland marries Frances Folsom and becomes the first president (and to date the only) to wed while in office. In 1896 Marconi is given a patent on his new invention, the radio. In 1910 Pygmies are discovered in Dutch New Guinea. In 1924 U.S. citizenship is granted to all American Indians. In 1941 Baseball's "Iron Horse," New York Yankee Lou Gehrig, dies at age 37 of ALS (Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis). In 1946 The Italian monarchy is abolished in favor of a republic. In 1953 Elizabeth II is crowned Queen of Great Britain in Westminister Abby, 16 months after the death of her father, King George VI. In 1966 The U.S. space probe Surveyor I makes the first soft-landing on the moon and begins tran

Born On This Day...

In 1535 Religious leader, Pope Leo XI (1605) In 1740 French military general/writer, Marquis de Sade In 1835 St. Pius X, 257th Roman Catholic pope (1903-14) In 1840 English novelist/poet, Thomas Hardy In 1857 Composer, Sir Edward Elgar (Pomp and Circumstance) In 1863 Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Wilbert Robinson In 1881 Engineer, Henry Joseph Round (helped develop radio communications) In 1899 Actor, Royal Beal (Death of a Salesman) In 1903 Physicist, Robert Morris Page (pulse radar) [d: 5-15-92] In 1904 Swimmer/actor, Johnny Weissmuller (Tarzan) [d: 1-20-84] In 1908 Newscaster, Ben Grauer (radio news pioneer) [d: 5-31-77] In 1915 Cartoon vocist, Walter Tetley (Sherman-Bullwinkle Show) [d: 9-4-75] In 1917 Actor, Max Showalter (Niagra, Sixteen Candles) [d: 7-30-00] In 1920 Football Hall-of-Famer, Tex Schramm (Cowboys President) [d: 7-15-03] In 1921 Producer, Alexander Salkind (Superman movies) [d: 3-8-97] In 1926 Actor, Milo O'Shea (Barbarella, Romeo & Juliet, Verdict) [d: 4-2-13] In