Political Activism You Can ‘Like’

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This is an excellent Washington Times article about the benefits and efficacy of real world activism on a local level as opposed to internet activism:

Rantic, a social media marketing company found that posts on Facebook are extremely unlikely to change anyone’s views. 94 percent of Republicans, 92 percent of Democrats, and 85 percent of Independents said they’d never changed their view of an issue based on a Facebook post.

Nearly half (49 percent) of our generation show no political engagement or report no civil or political activity at all.

Think about this. TNS, one of the largest research agencies in the world found that “Across the U.S., the average Millennial with internet access, spends 3.1 hours a day on their mobile devices – the equivalent of 21.7 hours – almost a whole day – every week. That’s 1,128 hours or 47 days over the course of a year.”

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Last Word About #UniteTheRight

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I tried to tell people about those involved with the New Orleans Protocol. I tried to tell people about Glen Miller. I tried to tell people about Trump. At some point, you just have to let folks learn for themselves, the hard way. All of the evidence is out there. Anyone who really cares about principles or standards have already made up their minds. The rest are sold out, beyond redemption, or cynically acting out of their own individualistic interests. There’s much more to be uncovered, and more which could be made public, but I’ve said my piece. The time has come, in regards to this event, to step out of the way of those charging headlong towards a precipice. By all means, proceed.

My lecture is over. The school of hard knocks is now in session.

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White Candidate Tells Reparations Candidate for Mayor: “Go back to Africa”

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PAUL CONGEMI. CURMUDGEON.

During a debate, a white political candidate advised a mystery meat candidate who pushes for reparations for the Negro population to “Go back to Africa.”

All in all, while the press is trying to smear Paul Congemi, I would say he scored a small victory for common sense. He said the words “Go back to Africa” and lived to tell about it.

Both Congemi and Jesse Nevel, the mystery meat candidate for mayor whose platform is reparations for blacks, are fringe candidates. But anytime we can get the idea out that disaffected blacks have a choice to buy a ticket to Africa, we win.

Daily Mail

A Florida mayoral candidate went on a tirade when he told his rival’s supporters to ‘go back to Africa’.

St Petersburg GOP candidate Paul Congemi made the remarks during a mayoral forum in the town’s City Hall on Tuesday.

In the…

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A jew is literally trying to trademark the swastika so others can’t use it

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An unlikely activist is hatching a plan to deprive white supremacists of their beloved Nazi flags — thanks to a recent Supreme Court decision.
Until last month, the government would approve most applications, but not those deemed to be disparaging. Now, the highest court in the land has struck down that ban on the grounds that it restricts free speech.
Steve Maynard used to work in the government’s Patent and Trademark Office, so he knew the potential significance of the ruling right away. A registered trademark can be a symbol or even a word — the classic Nike swoosh or the McDonald’s arch. He quickly submitted applications to register both the swastika and the word “nigga” as trademarks. He’s on a mission to thwart bigots by using his knowledge of intellectual property law, but legal experts warn it might fail.

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Study finds bias, disgust toward mixed-race couples — Remember The 14 Words

Interracial marriage has grown in the United States over the past few decades, and polls show that most Americans are accepting of mixed-race relationships. A 2012 study by the Pew Research Center found that interracial marriages in the U.S. had doubled between 1980 and 2010 to about 15 percent, and just 11 percent of respondents […]

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We do not support Mourning the Ancients

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Gary has been writing a woman, who has a website called Mourning the Ancients. She put some of Gary’s stuff on her website and has a Free Gary Yarbrough image. I should’ve checked out this website once Gary mentioned it, but my computer was down and I stay short on time. My husband generally can read people pretty easily; however, Molly, who has Mourning the Ancients manipulated and lied to my husband. She told Gary that her website was about ‘historical re-enactments.”

I posted her link on my Facebook page the other day, and started getting some negative feedback, so I checked it out myself. I really should have checked it out myself, but I was short on time, as always (I learned a lesson, I will start checking things out). This website borders on being pornography, and has some Satanic BS in it. There is a difference in between…

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A Faint Heart by Gary Lee Yarbrough

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“I will send a faintness into their hearts: and the sound of a shaken leaf shall chase them; and they shall flee, as fleeing from a sword; and they shall fall when none pursueth.” Levi 26:36

In the USA Today Newspaper of April 1, 2013 it reads: “Fears rise after a Texas prosecutor shot dead, authorities look for links with Colorado assistant’s killing.” The Assistant’s killing noted above references the killing of Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse in Kaufman County Texas. on January 31, 2013 by an unknown assailant. The reference to “links with Colorado” is the killing of the Colorado State Department of Corrections Director Tom Clements on March 19, 2013. Two days after Clements death, Evan Ebel, a suspect in the death of Clements death was shot and killed by Texas authorities only 100 miles from Kaufman County, Texas. The “fears rise” because District Attorney Mike McLelland and…

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