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Hate Speech v. Fighting Words.

Our college students have come to this impasse in large part because their parents, high school teachers, college professors, and school officials have all failed them. They have not only refused to instill in them a reverence for the First Amendment, they have taught them to despise the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, the very things that protect their right to protest. In so doing, they have turned them into the thing they claim to despise most: fascists.

Yep.  Clueless College Students.

http://thefederalist.com/2017/04/20/sorry-college-kids-theres-no-thing-hate-speech/

http://www.theamericanconservative.com/dreher/middleburys-obscene-cowardice/

S.C. Commission: No more prayers allowed since controversy over Muslim prayer.

1438881599720Local government boards have long opened meetings with a religious invocation. In recent years, counties that have regularly opened with Christian prayer have been forced to revisit their practices. A federal judge ruled earlier this year that the practice of opening meetings in nearby Rowan County with only Christian prayers violated the U.S. Constitution. The county is appealing the ruling.

The order of the Court, after the ACLU filed its complaint against the County:

So, Not watched.

waving-american-flag-graphics-4-1Listen here.

https://youtu.be/3In5LZwG9Io?list=PLnrD037lIKZAKYsSa6EBpC2AnT4QdRKz7

I am a libertarian conservative.  I believe, myself, in traditional America.  That, may be long gone.   Really, it is.  Sorry friends.

I have many memories growing up in the 70’s.  It was wonderful.  And what I expected.  Those times are gone.  I can talk politics about those times.  Those times are not now.

These days.  These days when children do not get to learn of our greatness.  Of how important our Constitution is. That remains.  Not learned.

That Constitution, Its a partnership between the living, and the dead.  So there.  None of this is taught today.  Its a pact between good.  And bad.  If I say this, well, these days,  I dunno.  I’m a dullard.

So.  OK.

Listen.  Pledge your honor.

I know why.  I know why our forefathers were sacked, killed, or died.  They did.  They were men of means.  Not hungry men.  Not fanatical incendiaries.  They had all to loose.

Not my words.  I see why some seek to take us, as they say, into circles.

But we, sadly, are coming up on that time.  A time of challenge.  Once again.  I hope all of you can stand fast.  Stand fast for common sense.  Storms are a quality of life.  That. That is the answer.

Think about it.  Come home with a black eye.  But stand for it.  Think about your Honor.  Claim it.

The LCD will not get it.

Plan for bad times.  Help your fellow man.  To an extent.

Be involved in your local government.  Not only is it fascinating, but if you believe in God, country and self, well, there you go.

We will get what we deserve.

That, is the sum of it Americans,

Murdered because they weren’t Muslim.

The 1st Amendment is important:

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.

But one graphic reminder of why the 2nd is more so:

23680A9100000578-2845198-image-90_1416687267631Gun control advocates can wail and gnash their teeth about 2nd Amendment rights and gun violence in this Country.  Our founders meant for the Constitution and its Bill of Rights to protect us from potentially dangerous central and state government.

But the world is a violent place, and a disarmed populace is vulnerable.  And not only to its own government.

More Shh, and No Still Means No.

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Brought to you not because its “fun” to be “disobedient”, or to “antagonize” law enforcement…. 

…but because the basis to refuse to answer questions posed by law enforcement is grounded on long-standing constitutional principles, which sadly, many today do not know.

Understand though, that the above video depicts exchanges at inland checkpoints, not ports of entry.  The latter being a very different place.

Disclaimer; I failed Con-law 101 the first time I took it, long ago.

Very good educational resources, brought to you by Hillsdale College. 

And, if you like to Read.