America United – “You are That Force” !

…”if you can’t even set aside hate long enough for truth to speak to your heart, then by all means – step aside child, and let the adults work”…

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153 Responses to America United – “You are That Force” !

  1. judyw says:

    WOW!!!

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    • snixy says:

      I have tried THREE times to send this youtube video to my email address and it has failed each time – but I requested a music video after that and it was sent to my email address. each time I checked to make sure that there was no typo errors in my address – and it was perfect. Youtube is blocking this video from being shared

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      • Sherlock says:

        I just went up, found the video by name, and sent the link to my computer. No sweat now.

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      • Mac says:

        If Ur attempting to utilize the menu to send from YouTube – go to the three dots to the RIGHT side of selections & click on them… Send to Urself first, then from Ur own eml distribute @ will…

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      • judyw says:

        I don’t quite understand how you send YouTube’s but I always click on the “YouTube” on the bottom right while it is playing so that it opens in a new window and then click once on the address bar so that the address is highlighted and copy the address then paste it wherever I need to…..never fails. I tried it just now and it works fine. Hope this helps. Such a great message to share especially with friends who may live there.

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        • Sherlock says:

          I only know how I do it on a mac. I click “file” in my Safari bar, and a menu appears. I click “share” and then then “share” while holding down the Shift button, which brings up “Share link”. Clicking that brings up a blank email with the link already in. I’m sure there are much easier ways.

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    • margarite1 says:

      I agree…WOWEE!

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  2. DEGinTN says:

    What a fine example of who “we the people” are. Thank you Captain for your words and service. May God bless the USA.

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  3. That made me tear up. God Bless the United States of America.

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  4. Sargon says:

    Please help me out:

    I am reading Islamic Organizations press releases condemning the Orlando Violent Islamic Jihadist.

    This is what I am finding:

    A) Most of the condemnations are perfunctory statements of sympathy for victims

    B) Many will say that Orlando Violent Islamic Jihadist Omar Mateen “DOES NOT REPRESENT ISLAM”, or “IS NOT MUSLIM”.

    C) Often statements will say Islam is a religion of peace that flies in the face of the facts.

    Nowhere of all the ones I looked at, do I find,

    i) Acknowledgement that Omar Mateen is a Muslim that claim to be acting for Islam

    ii) Acceptance of responsibility for violent Islamic Jihadist like Omar Mateem who acted in the name of their religion. Not even the slightest acceptance of collective responsibility.

    iii) Calling for Ecclesiastical punishment for Omar Mateem — who should be punished by God if God really believe he is a bad Muslim.

    In this case, calling for Omar Mateem to go to HELL for eternity.

    In other words, Muslims have condemned themselves by their own lack of action and words to being silent supporters of Omar Mateem.

    Most Muslims either see Mateem either as “not Muslim”, or if he is a Muslim, then somehow Mateem is exempt from being punished by their GOD.

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    • bearsgrrr says:

      It’s called taqiyya – lying. It’s in the Koran. They can literally say and do anything to push Islam. Also, according to the Koran, they automatically go to heaven for killing infidels (anyone not Muslim), and they get extra special bonus points for doing it during Ramadan.

      Ramadan Bombathon 2016 – day 13 – 103 attacks, 812 dead.
      TheReligionofPeace.com

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    • Donald Joy says:

      Muslims overall don’t really see anything wrong with what Mateen did. To most of them, he’s a heroic martyr for Islam & for Allah.

      Islamic law as does not call it terrorism unless it is Muslims being attacked by non-Muslims. That’s why when Muslim leaders and other Muslims denounce terrorism, they don’t actually mean what they want us to think they mean.

      Stephen Coughlin explains this in one of his lectures, and he proves it by showing the exact texts in Islamic doctrine which state it. If you want, I can post the video of him explaining it.

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    • Sherlock says:

      Let’s see 50,000 of them turn out in the street in Orlando, kneel in unison and pray aloud for the death of Isis, for the death of all terrorists, and for the eternal damnation of Mateen’s soul. Not holding my breath.

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    • Jett Black says:

      They know he’s mooseslime and they revere and fear him and savages like him, like tribal peoples revere and fear a committed and powerful warlord. Those with some humanity intact are also disgusted and fearful, because they sense the evil and know it could well be their and their lived ones’ doom, too. But every thing they’re taught and their immediate comfort within their communities aligns their interests with silent, submissive support for these fartyrdom actions. When they condemn killing of innocents, they are only talking about muzzes; kafirs are never innocent in their view. Look closely at their wording. They’ll say “killing of innocents is evil or inconsistent with pisslam”, which is just short hand for “killing kafirs is aok” with them.

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      • Wiggy says:

        Perhaps a fitting punishment when they kill or commit crimes, then CASTRATE them and that will deny then ANY virgin, much less 72 of them. That could possibly be a deterrent.

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  5. IMO says:

    Powerful.

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  6. sandraopines says:

    That is a beautiful and powerful message Captain Higgins! Thank you!

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  7. Shevtsova251 says:

    Capt Higgins is running for Congress repr. 3rd District of Louisiana. A good man.

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Shevtsova251,
      An awesome insight to this man and his convictions. I am proud men and women and like him are starting to stand up and run for political office. I hope he wins.

      There are quite a few parts I liked in what he said, I will repeat just a few,
      “We are not divided by race in the eyes of God, that was man made…”

      When he called out to the homeless, the broken, the lost he said, “You are not forgotten, I’m a coming!”

      He took down with ease the msm guy who claimed, You didn’t answer my question! How are you going to fix all of this!” Higgins came back well. It is near the end, and if you haven’t watched it, please do. I can’t give away one of the best parts. 😊

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      • judyw says:

        I predict the Captain will join the Donald as “uninitiated” (as described by Newt) and form a new club in Washington D.C. that will get “stuff” done to turn this country in the direction where we all share the greatness and the responsibility to do our part to pass it on to the next generation He mentioned “the movement”. It is so real!

        “Courage is an inner resolution to go forward despite obstacles;
        Cowardice is submissive surrender to circumstances.
        Courage breeds creativity; Cowardice represses fear and is mastered by it.
        Cowardice asks the question, is it safe?
        Expediency ask the question, is it politic?
        Vanity asks the question, is it popular?
        But conscience ask the question, is it right? And there comes a time when we must take a position that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular, but one must take it because it is right.” Martin Luther King, Jr.

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    • We may just well have found the man to succeed one Donald John Trump in 2024… I will donate to this man’s campaign.

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    • So many amazing ones in the South. We here in Commiefornia at least have Duncan Hunter Sr. and Jr. but that’s about it!

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    • Thanks for posting that shevtsova, this is exactly what I hoped would begin to happen, this is THE TRUMP EFFECT, in full glorious view. A leader that inspires other tough, good, patriotic Americans to roll up their sleeves and say, Trump is doing it, so can I. I’m going to help him get America back to where it was. If you know someone personally like this man or Trump, encourage them to serve the country. This guy has a powerful presence, commanding voice and conviction in his faith and abilities. I hope others just like him continue to come forward across the nation until ALL career politicians are voted out!

      We are witnessing THE REBIRTH OF AMERICA, and nothing can stop this. This is divine intervention at the most critical time. We all need to do our part to support it. There won’t be a second chance…

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  8. Josh says:

    Bravo! Bravo! Well done!!

    Published on May 3, 2016
    “An American nation standing as one, is a force that the world’s evils cannot defeat. You are that force. We are that force. Real Americans are not defeated. We are one.”

    Here’s his channel if you want more which I do:
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdpfm8owcoyJkM2GK9LKRdw

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    • maiingankwe says:

      Thank you Josh, thank you.

      I liked when he said he does not judge a man by how he falls but how he gets back up.

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      • judyw says:

        Yes, Josh, thank you! And I loved when he said the only way to stop this movement was character assassination and Good Luck w/that because he spent the first 40 years of his life attempting to assassinate his own character but God had another plan..

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  9. Josh says:

    He’s running for Congress!!

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  10. duchess01 says:

    Captain Clay Higgins Announces He’s Running For Congress

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  11. moodswings4 says:

    I love this guy he has been making great videos awhile now… would love to see him in office hope he makes it. He is called “Uncle Clay” by his community

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  12. Shevtsova251 says:

    This is the link for Captain Higgins for Congress
    http://captainhiggins.com/

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  13. Howie says:

    I am just a regular old gu. But to me it might seem strange if I was a married woman and all of a sudden the husband quit cliams my hous to some cousin, or something. And she was a witness. That is just crazy. What woman would do that in a marriage? Nope…the family knew. TRhey are guilty. That right there does not add up.

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    • Josh says:

      Hey Howie, you’re on the Captain Higgins thread 🙂

      But you are correct. It does not add up. His family is guilty, guilty, guilty.

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      • Sargon says:

        The indisputable evidence before us is that Muslims who live in USA DO NOT TURN IN dangerous Radical Islamic Jihadists in their midst.

        Please name ONE that has been turned in.

        Sure, they may talk to FBI or other agents charged with liaison with them and give an occasional tip. But the big ones that get away: San Bernardino (mother do not notice bomb being assembled on kitchen table), Orlando (wife goes out shopping for guns and ammo with husband).

        How many big ones do we need before we conclude that Muslims have chosen by their inaction and tolerance of violent Islamic Jihadist Terrorists in their midst to rise to the level of accomplices.

        Shouldn’t we apply the same standard of culpability as we do to Dr Samuel Mudd, who treated John Wilkes Booth while he was on the run?

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    • Political Reviewer says:

      As a long-time wife, mother and grandmother, I can assure you, Howie, that would never, ever happen in our home. But than again…I’m a proud American woman, not a beaten down, less-than-dirt member of the “religion of peace.”

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  14. justfactsplz says:

    That was very powerful and touching. This is the message every red blooded American needs to hear during this time. Together we are legion and very powerful. Together we will defeat the evil that has befallen our beloved nation. The Monster Vote, that’s the way to our victory. Trump 2016.

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  15. Howie says:

    They are going to take down the 2nd amendment. Muslims are the problem but they want to take out law abiding americans. Case Closed. They will not specify Muslims.

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  16. duchess01 says:

    Captain Higgins Liberty Summit Speech

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  17. Howie says:

    Look so me like the more the Muzz do, the more trhey will come after you, because they will not admit the Muzz are the problem. Bummer.

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    • Josh says:

      Captain Higgins will admit it 🙂

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      • duchess01 says:

        Clay Higgins campaigns in Morgan City

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        • maiingankwe says:

          Duchess, I didn’t realize he was under pressure to resign due to one of the videos he made. I didn’t see anything wrong with the video shown. These thug criminals need to know they will be met with force. Their criminal behavior will not be tolerated. If they come out shooting like their past behavior has shown, of course it will be met with superior force.

          It sounds to me Higgins did a lot of cleaning up. Unfortunately, these limp wristed complainers cannot see the danger these criminals represent. Rather than complain, I would want a man of this character taking care of business. He said repeatedly he believes in redemption. For goodness sakes, he wears the bracelet. Every person he has arrested he has treated with respect. He fights for them to be treated well in prison in hopes they will choose to become worthy and contribute to society in a positive fashion when they are let out. If jailers treat them worse than animals, they will continue to behave that way. This is a very smart and compassionate man.

          If I was ever to be arrested, I’d want it to be this guy putting me handcuffs. I’m serious! At least I would know with him, I’d be treated with respect, and I would not be abused.

          This type of behavior rubs off on other employees. It goes both ways. If one is trained to respect all people chances are higher they will continue to follow through. If one sees abuse and them getting away with it chances are higher they will slack off and behave the same. I’m sure Higgins has influenced many of the badge to treat all civilians well and equally. Now that is a beautiful thing. To turn him out for standing up to the gangs is wrong on so many levels. This was completely unnecessary. At least he decided to run for office. I hope Louisianna does the right thing and vote him in to be their representative. It will be a beautiful thing.

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          • duchess01 says:

            malingankwe, Higgins is a man of God – he follows God’s laws to a ‘T’ – in this evil world that takes great strength of character, courage, and resolve – he treats his fellow man (or criminal) with respect as a human being – he knows man is flawed – he knows his own sins – and therefore, will not judge another man – I respect him for running for office – for his grit and his courage – he is right – the privileged should not be serving in Congress – the common man who knows the needs of the people should serve as their representative – evil often wins, but good triumphs over evil – God allows things to happen to bring us to a better place and understanding – IMHO – perhaps, Higgins is being moved to a place where he can do the most good – I agree – I hope the people of Louisiana will do the right thing – and vote him in – we need more like him to run for office!

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          • It was very sad when he resigned. There was a very bad gang here called the Gremlins. You name it they did it. Drug running, drive by murders, etc. He called them out in a video, calling them thugs. The ACLU put pressure on Sheriffs Department to reign him in. He resigned instead. He is like Mr. Trump, he is NOT PC! He names it what it is! Two members of the gang were apprehended in the past couple of weeks and two turned themselves in. It has been a big deal here.

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          • Josh says:

            I just checked out the videos that explained why he resigned. I can’t believe the Sheriff backed the thugs of the thugs. The Sheriff has, in effect, handed the parish over to The Gremlins Gang. May G-d help the innocent of the parish. SMH

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    • Howie, this man, Captain Higgins, every LEO I know, myself and MILLIONS of us 3 percenters will NEVER allow the evil moslems of islam to take this nation down nor our weapons to be removed along with the destruction of the 2nd Amendment. Never.

      Hang tight, The Reckoning is nearing… know it.

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  18. Howie says:

    This is really stupid. Stop the Muzz from getting guns. Not true blue americans. Good Grief. They have all gone fanatic.

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  19. Howie says:

    I rather have an M-14 than an Ar-15 myself.

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  20. Howie says:

    Even Judge Janine has lost her mind.

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  21. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    I have tried to say this myself but Captain Higgins as said it so well that I don’t think anyone else can say it better. THIS IS THE MESSAGE WE NEED TO PROMOTE for as the saying goes

    Divided we fall —United we stand

    And I’ll add that I think Trump gets its and that is way I support him 100% And I do have a Masters and I have sweet floors and been a grunt and failed and moved on but when I go to the VFW or the American Legion (Obama can’t get in) we do more than drink and tell story’s we are out there helping other Vets the ones the government has forgotten becasue they are more concerned about their wealth then those that made that wealth possible.

    IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE!

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  22. 18CatsInOH says:

    I need a tissue…. 😓

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  23. ThePatriot says:

    I was born and raised in Louisiana, the state that taught Chicago how to play dirty politics. I lived in Lafayette for 22 years and married a Cajun girl from there. She couldn’t speak English until she started attending a Catholic school at the age of 5, where the nuns would rap her knuckles with a wooden ruler if she spoke French. Her mother never learned to speak English.

    I am particularly well acquainted with the Boustany family and know Charles. I knew Judge Edmond Reggie also. Once on a first name basis with his daughter, Vickie, who went on to marry Ted Kennedy.

    I know LA politics very well. Be very careful of this guy in the video. I am not saying he is corrupt or shouldn’t be trusted, but he IS playing politics right out of Edwin Edwards playbook.

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    • Byugran says:

      I am also from Louisiana. I was very impressed with Higgins and truly hope he is genuine. However, The Patriot is correct. Louisiana politics would shame the pros in D.C. Purely nasty and crooked, like Hil Dog.

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    • mariner says:

      If he’s corrupt or shouldn’t be trusted please say so and provide details. If not why are you even writing this?

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    • Texian says:

      I’ll match your “I know LA politics very well” and raise ya another poker chip. Louisiana didn’t teach Chicago and Captain Higgins is not shadowing Edwin Edwards. Just because he may be using a similar technique that had won Louisianians over in the past doesn’t mean he is cut from the same cloth. You can draw the same comparison with Huey Long – they both brazenly move forward regardless of entrenched political obstacles.

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      • ThePatriot says:

        Edwin Edwards put ketchup on his hands and said, “I am Louisiana’s Saviour”. That was on national television. Remember Jimmy Swaggart…. Baton Rouge, LA…. minister?

        David Duke, Klan leader….. LA State Representative??? I could go on and on, but I won’t.

        I’m not saying this guy is NOT on the up and up…. but, do be very careful about blindly following the Pied Piper.

        And yes, I stand by my statement …. LA did teach Chicago their dirty politics.

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        • Texian says:

          I started digging into my vintage Louisiana archive section and can get easily sidetracked and just read and read and, well, truth is revolutionary and many can’t handle the truth so I’ll just go with the easy one. Swaggart – I liked his cousin better (Jerry Lee Lewis).

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    • Another Coonass here

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    • Jett Black says:

      Sick and tired of this BS Louisiana bashing, with the dismissive, “but my wife and some of my best friends are Cajun” BS garnish. Here’s the big awful truth: every city, parish/county, state and national government has a bunch of corruption and flawed people in them. Back in the late 70’s, when I was in school in Maryland, people used to rib me about how corrupt Louisiana politics were–then Spiro Agnew got indicted, while Edwards was acquitted. Being colorful, dramatic, or what is sometimes referred to as “jingoistic” about one’s home state are not the worst character traits. Suspicion, unforgiveness, elitism, and gossip are, among many other faults, worse.

      The big difference between Louisiana and her politics and some other states is that we’re not so foolish or naive not to know that politicians have “feet of clay.” We make fun of it and enjoy the show. We are more concerned with a candidate’s loyalty to our state and people and what they will actually do for the state and people than silly “purity tests.” That “purity test” BS style of politics really reared its ugly head in the most recent gubernatorial election and look what it got us–essentially a male version of HiLIARy, but “pro-life.” Of course, when you’ve got diaper-john running on the GOP ticket, your choices are starkly limited.

      If there’s a solid, factual reason to disbelieve the genuineness of Mr. Higgins, put it forward. If not, STFU.

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  24. Coldeadhands says:

    Wow, first sentence says a lot. Appreciate your assessment and caution.

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  25. Marja says:

    Beautiful and moving! Thank you!

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  26. bamainatlanta says:

    Can’t get too excited about anyone who paints the war criminal and Jewish supremacist Netanyahu as a hero.

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  27. Truthfilter says:

    Yes! Here in Louisiana, we love our Captain Higgins!

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  28. xyzlatin says:

    O/T maybe but I just discovered an interesting article on Obama’s father, from a link on Drudge, about letters which were discovered 3 years ago, which Obama has never bothered to read. See http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/19/nyregion/letters-by-and-about-barack-obamas-father.html?_r=0
    It appears he was a well educated man. However, the most interesting thing is that he was already married and had a child when he “married” Obama’s mother. This would make it a bigamous marriage and Obama illegitimate.

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    • swissik says:

      I haven’t read the NYT article you cite, however I thought it was common knowledge that O’s African father was already married to another woman. During the campaign when O was being brought to the public’s attention by the MSM, there was a lot of information about him floating around. Some was speculation but some was thoroughly documented.
      Anyway, it is all water under the bridge now.

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  29. PatriotKate says:

    WOW. Wow, wow. Another incredible Miller Time performance, Probably deserves a special post. I’ve watched many of Miller’s introductory speeches, including live in Greensboro earlier this week. This was powerful. If you did not see it at Mr. Trump’s Vegas rally, it’s a must.
    Wow, just wow.

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  30. Sargon says:

    A modest Gun Control Proposal.

    All the discussion about Gun Control revolves on what Governments should / can do about preventing guns from getting into hands of the wrong people. Governments hands are tied in that they cannot arbitrarily treat one group (race, sex, ethnicity, etc.) differently from another.

    Let’s approach this differently.

    Private gun sellers, however, are free to exercise their own good judgment over and above the limitations imposed by law. i.e. Licensed Gun dealers cannot sell to someone who failed to get “cleared” through Federal and State databases.

    But there is nothing to prevent Licensed Gun Dealers and Private Citizens selling guns at shows to apply stricter standards.

    Given what has happened in San Bernardino and Orlando, does it not make sense for a seller to start asking questions about the religion of the buyer? And then, what religious organizations they belong to?

    What opinions they have about people who do things abhorrent to their faith (e.g. deface or burn a Koran, draw a cartoon of Mohammad, call a Muslim a pig, etc.)?

    Shouldn’t we be asking questions and watch for signs of anger / upset?

    Or ask to examine their cell phones for jidhadist propaganda? Why not?

    Nothing in law prevents a private seller from discriminating against someone on the basis of religion.

    And if someone complained, I’d like to see them sue. Let’s get the NRA to defend the suit.

    Note:

    At least ONE gun dealer / shop turned away Omar Mateen the terrorist when he tried to buy large quantities of ammunition and military grade bullet-resistant vests.

    So what if he passed clearance from ATF?

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    • Arkindole says:

      I see your point, but, good luck with that.
      Discrimination based upon religion.

      That very basis of our constitution will kill us.
      Catch–22.

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      • Sargon says:

        The constitution governs relationships between the state and individuals.

        It does not govern relationships between private individuals.

        A subtle but critical point.

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        • telerider says:

          As In “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone”…

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        • MissV says:

          I agree with you here. The only entity that should be bound by non-discrimination laws is the government. As far as private citizens and enterprise, the market must be able to dictate that and the chips will fall where they may.

          Government must bind its own power in favor of the people if they are to be realized as legitimate. At least, that is how I see the Constitution. Of course, you see where we are right now. They have run amok, have obliterated the sovereignty of the people and must be put back in their places again.

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          • Donald Joy says:

            The government should not only be allowed to discriminate in favor of the superior and against the inferior, the government has an obligation to practice official discrimination.

            Notice that our government does actually discriminate, constantly, it’s just that the problem is they discriminate against the wrong people, and in favor of the wrong people.

            It’s an extremely widespread, almost universal, delusion(by systematic leftist brainwashing) that it’s even possible in the first place for government, businesses, or individuals to eliminate discrimination. Not only is it not desirable to entirely eliminate it, since discrimination is a moral imperative, but it’s not even possible, because every single decision involves discrimination by necessity, and is an act of discrimination by definition, and bias is natural, inherent, unavoidable, and healthy to support the superior and reject the inferior.

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      • Donald Joy says:

        Let’s face it, the founders did write a suicide pact. And it has been amended even more so into a suicide pact. Sen. Joseph McCarthy was destroyed for trying to stop our nation from committing suicide.

        Now, the enemies of America are an officially protected and rapidly growing class, living among us, breeding like rats, and swarming in by the hundreds of thousands non-stop.

        Our founders spoke and wrote egalitarian bromides, but deeds are more important than words — they also spoke and wrote of separation and hierarchy, and you can tell what they actually believed in more, not by words, but by what they actually practiced.

        Evidenced in the founders’ actual practice, their speeches and writings advocating separation and hierarchy carry more weight than their words advocating equality and inclusion. But we ignore the former, and we pretend like the latter are all that apply.

        We have committed suicide as a nation because we took the founders’ professed equality and founding documents at face value, and have applied the egalitarian Enlightenment ideals more and more and more over the years, to the point where now universal suffrage has come about; women, illegal aliens, felons, and now even minors are voting/being advocated to be given the vote, inclusion and diversity agendas are taken to the extreme in the name of our “founding ideals” to where militant jihadists and seditious factions are protected by our own government more than are loyal descendants of our country’s founding stock.

        Even this guy in the video goes on and on urging people of “every creed” to join in the Kumbayah and allegedly make our country great, etc. Are people now that shallow and thoughtless that they think Mohammed’s and Marx’s creeds are compatible and just peachy to be embraced here in America, and allowed to grow dominant through birthrates and invasions??

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    • MissV says:

      Good point. One other thing, though, is that the seller must not be held responsible for any action taken by the buyer of the weapon.

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  31. Pam says:

    What a decent and honorable man. The message is clear and very powerful.

    God bless you sir for your service to our country.

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  32. Bull Durham says:

    Here’s the assault on Christianity by the Cult of Liberals.
    Just got this in an email:
    Concordia is a Christian University in SoCal.
    http://www.cui.edu/aboutcui/news/press-releases/View-Press-Release/ArticleId/178/An-Important-Message-Regarding-SB1146-from-President-Krueger?hootPostID=06605e65003b6faef22f8bc73d506101#.V2W9yMLza-4.facebook

    An Important Message Regarding SB1146 from President Krueger

    Dear Concordia family and friends,

    I’m reaching out to you about proposed legislation in Sacramento, SB1146. On behalf of our Concordia family, I’m asking for your partnership on this critical—and urgent—issue.

    As currently written, California Senate Bill 1146 (SB 1146), authored by State Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens), would significantly challenge Concordia University Irvine’s—and all Christian colleges and universities in California—ability to continue offering a Christ-centered education to our students.

    The most troubling provision of this bill limits the religious liberty to integrate faith and learning throughout the educational experience. The bill effectively eliminates the religious exemption under current law that allows Christian colleges and universities to operate in accordance with their beliefs, including the freedom to hire only Christian faculty and staff. If passed without amendments, the new law would also very likely disqualify students attending California Christian colleges and universities from eligibility for Cal Grants, a key state-level student aid program.

    We have been working diligently with the support of the Association of Independent California Colleges and Universities (AICCU) on amendments to SB1146. While Senator Lara and his staff have considered our points, as of this writing, the bill has not been amended to protect religious freedom.

    SB 1146 has already passed the California Senate. It is scheduled to be heard this Tuesday (June 21) by the Assembly Committee on Higher Education before it reaches the Assembly floor for final debate and vote. We need to stop or convince the author to amend SB 1146 now, and this requires your immediate action.

    How you can help

    Step #1 — Pray. Pray for this moment in California history when our deeply held beliefs are being challenged. Pray that Concordia is able to continue to educate students in a way that is consistent with our Lutheran Christian convictions.
    Step #2 — Spread the Word. Forward a link to this article to parents, students or alumni of faith-based colleges and universities, churches or others who value religious freedom for faith-based institutions. Anyone who has an affinity for faith-based higher education in California should know about this threatening bill.
    Step #3 — Contact Your Legislators.
    Email/phone calls. If you are a California resident, send an email or make a phone call to your California Assembly member today. Email them using the following format for their address: assemblymember.lastname@assembly.ca.gov (i.e. assemblymember.calderon@assembly.ca.gov). You may use this letter and make it your own. Whether by phone or email, the message is simple: Identify yourself and express that you have strong concerns about SB 1146, offering any reason you choose, or no reason at all. The important thing is to express your concerns about the narrowing of religious freedom this bill would impose on Concordia and all of California’s faith-based colleges and universities.
    Social media. Express your concerns about the bill on social media using hashtag #SB1146.
    Resources —To see my recent letter to Senator Lara, click here.
    Kurt Krueger
    President
    Concordia University Irvine

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  33. Rob says:

    OORAH!!

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  34. NJF says:

    Moving and powerful.

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  35. yohio says:

    This guy is actually going to box in August, love it a tough alpha male https://t.co/qErtSnTQcu

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  36. wodiej says:

    Great message and well said. Thanks to all who post their videos also!

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  37. Paul Killinger says:

    Just read a newspaper article about Capt Higgins… He resigned his post in the Sheriff’s Office because the ACLU claimed (get this-), “He had gang members fearing for their lives!”

    Now he’s said to be running in Louisisna for the US House or Senate. I hope they give him the office next to Ryan or McConnell. Maybe he can break up that “GANG,” too!

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  38. Voice of Reason says:

    Good video

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  39. thesitrep says:

    We have to get men like this to run for office and clean out the trash in Washington.
    We have all let crooks weasel there way into power and it has very nearly been the end off us.

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  40. Linda Ruth says:

    In the Spirit of 1776 revisited today:

    Seventy-two killed resisting gun confiscation in Boston!

    Boston – National Guard units seeking to confiscate a cache of recently banned assault weapons were ambushed by elements of a Para-military extremist faction. Military and law enforcement sources estimate that 72 were killed and more than 200 injured before government forces were compelled to withdraw.

    Speaking after the clash, Massachusetts Governor Thomas Gage declared that the extremist faction, which was made up of local citizens, has links to the radical right-wing tax protest movement.

    Gage blamed the extremists for recent incidents of vandalism directed against internal revenue offices. The governor, who described the group’s organizers as “criminals,” issued an executive order authorizing the summary arrest of any individual who has interfered with the government’s efforts to secure law and order.

    The military raid on the extremist arsenal followed wide-spread refusal by the local citizenry to turn over recently outlawed assault weapons.

    Gage issued a ban on military-style assault weapons and ammunition earlier in the week. This decision followed a meeting in early this month between government and military leaders at which the governor authorized the forcible confiscation of illegal arms.

    One government official, speaking on condition of anonymity, pointed out that “none of these people would have been killed had the extremists obeyed the law and turned over their weapons voluntarily.”
    (Continued)
    http://fauquierfreecitizen.com/seventy-two-killed-resisting-gun-confiscation-in-boston/

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    • Wiggy says:

      Some say this is Satire, some say it is totally false, some say it was the beginning of the war in 1775. Either way it should have been identified properly.

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  41. Eric Johnson says:

    I’m a 25 year Veteran (US Nave and US Coast Guard), I’ve seen many many bad situations of hunger, starving including Haiti before it’s landslide, and immigrates (Cuban’s) would fight and die to come to the USA, I’ve seen first hand, including many women proposition me for the invitation. LT and Veteran, this message I’m hearing send a message screaming for a voice to be heard?
    Hand salute, many Americans never been outside USA, they are blanketed with the red, white, and blue. I must say, USA government is on drugs, doesn’t understand the people or willing to break the habit. Then again, why should they?

    Respectfully,
    Chief Warrant Officer, Retired.

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  42. Eric Johnson says:

    Last word’s, (Navy above, my apologizes): brothers and sisters of the great USA (we the people) you must decide our next generation carefully and our atomic bomb of our current debt and bad politics in the USA. If you are 20 in 2020, and want or desire to still live in the great United States of America, your kid’s grandkids are seriously in carrying (backpack) our current debt to the next two-generation’s or more ahead of them!

    Our kids and grandkids deserve better!

    I like you; I’m looking for solutions.
    Respectfully!
    Eric.

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  43. Harry Balzak says:

    I salute you sir! And stand with you.

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