We have to be brave. We have to support each other. We have to spend our money, one of the only offensive weapons we have, at places like Patriot Mobile and not places like Target. Join a church. Volunteer at your local Veterans Association. Donate to Conservative think tanks that are working and fighting at the grassroots levels.
The rape of a young girl in a Maryland high school boys’ bathroom by two illegal immigrants, is the latest in a long line of crimes committed by illegal aliens being protected in Sanctuary Cities. 2015 saw the gunning down of tourist, Kate Steinle, near Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, the murder of Mirta Rivera while she slept, the robbery and murder of Grant Ronnebeck, and the rape and bludgeoning of Marilyn Pharis. All four of these crimes were committed by illegal immigrants living ...
Patriotism. It’s a word that automatically makes your chest swell up, your spine straighten up, and your head tilts a little more towards the sky.
We truly come to know Him and feel the unspeakable joy He has to offer when we take time to lift-up one another. Here’s a poem by an anonymous writer to remind us of our duty to others during this blessed time of year:
Ultimately, you may just have to (always civilly) wrap it up with the following: We know the Trump years may contain some unknowns, and even some things we don’t favor. But on its worst day it will be better than the nightmare of spending every day watching our rights, our economy and our war against terror eroded by a presidency we have properly feared for decades.
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As I sat there and thought of those words, I thought of Kaepernick. I thought of Donald Trump and Secretary Clinton. I thought of those who lost loved ones on 9/11. I thought of the people I met at political conferences, and I thought of the man running the convenience store a mile away.