Another Sunday, another inspiring song. This one was sent to me from my sister. Love it, helps me remember nothing is to big for God. My sister said to me “The country needs to feel impossible for us to fix so we do not take the credit”
He Compared the movie to what is happening in America today. Video is poor in the first few seconds, the rest is good. BTW ignore my camera’s lens clicking (just imagine it is me clicking my heels :))
I Love this analogy! Patriots it’s time to get to work and stop relying on people who are not there to help us. Let’s take back this country.
First grade lessons encouraging children to use emotional words to obtain their objectives.
They even go so far as to give an assignment to help children use words so that parents will listen to their demands.
This makes me question the priories in this curriculum.
Stunning video showing examples of suggestive reading material for common core. Common core is using pamphlets that express the facts of global warming and expressing when the United Nations is so important.
Don’t forget a pamphlet on a communist group in the Midwest.
Common Core in 3 minutes
I have mentioned in a previous post the Mount Pleasant tea party meeting that I attended. I am just learning how to make videos Above is my first, unfortunately I had to use all photos with the audio, because like the amateur that I am, I took video with my Canon in portrait, not landscape. By the way, that is not a quick flip on the computer (oops).
Hope you enjoy the video and I hope you get the opportunity to hear a speech by Emery McClendon in person someday. Thanks to Cindy Gamrat for putting on a great event!
As Detroit continues in the downward spiral, ordinary people step in to do the job that government has failed to do.
This past Saturday, 300 tea party/campaign for liberty leaders, gathered at the soaring eagle in Mount Pleasant, MI. The attendees represented over 50 grassroots groups from across the state of Michigan.
You could feel the liberty movement throughout the room.
The entire day was packed with speakers covering many facets of the movement. Youth liberty groups shared their growth over the past year, in high schools and college campuses. Speakers encouraged participation in precinct delegate positions and outlined how to be effective in the role of activism.
Over ten tea party Michigan members stepped up and are running as candidates in the upcoming 2014 elections. It was exciting to hear the passion and enthusiasm they had for returning this country to its founding principles.
All speakers brought hope and optimism. They gave leaders perspective on how far the movement has come and how close the liberty movement is to obtaining their objectives.
The favorite speaker of the day, had to be, the keynote speaker, Emery W. McClendon. He reminded us that we are fighting more than politics, but also the darkness of a socialist agenda. He energized the crowd by challenging them to take the field and win our country back!
I strongly encourage you to attend a tea party event. I left refreshed and optimistic. I could feel how alive the movement in Michigan is and how close we are to changing the face politics. I was reminded that I am not the only one who is working to restore this great country. Please become a precinct delegate, you have a chance to be a part of history!
Vets carring the barricades to the White house. Must Watch!!! Barrycades to the White House - Return To Sender pic.twitter.com/5NupHnJ7nI — Concerned American (@WRSABlog) October 13, 2013
Funny I have been watching Fox news since I got out of church and I have YET to see ANYTHING on this march… Update…Reporter from Fox.
Wish I was there to witness this!
Barrycades to the White House - Return To Sender pic.twitter.com/5NupHnJ7nI
— Concerned American (@WRSABlog) October 13, 2013
— Rob (@robfit) October 13, 2013
Wow!!! When I look at these pictures and posts I get goosebumps!!! Thank you Veterans once again for standing up for the American people!!! #MVetMarch Barrycades
— LA ShutDowd (@LADowd) October 13, 2013
— Judge Lucas (@JudgeLucas) October 13, 2013
— Judge Lucas (@JudgeLucas) October 13, 2013
#1MVetMarch vets got riot gear. Illegals got red carpet.
— Sentinel (@GinnyQuaglia) October 13, 2013
— Rand Paul 2016 (@RandForAmerica) October 13, 2013
— Pacificrk (@pacificrk) October 14, 2013 — D.C. Liberty (@NurseLiberty) October 13, 2013
— Pacificrk (@pacificrk) October 14, 2013
— D.C. Liberty (@NurseLiberty) October 13, 2013
— Lolo Gray (@LoLoGray6979) October 13, 2013
Great new program from Mike Rowe for high school seniors! This is what America needs for restoration!
The S.W.E.A.T pledge…Skill and Work Ethic are not Taboo. Loving this pledge!
Here’s the pledge via Rowe’s website, profoundlydisconnected.com:
1. I believe that I have won the greatest lottery of all time. I am alive. I walk the Earth. I live in America. Above all things, I am grateful.
2. I believe that I am entitled to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Nothing more. I also understand that “happiness” and the “pursuit of happiness” are not the same thing.
3. I believe there is no such thing as a “bad job.” I believe that all jobs are opportunities, and it’s up to me to make the best of them.
4. I do not “follow my passion.” I bring it with me. I believe that any job can be done with passion and enthusiasm.
5. I deplore debt, and do all I can to avoid it. I would rather live in a tent and eat beans than borrow money to pay for a lifestyle I can’t afford.
6. I believe that my safety is my responsibility. I understand that being in “compliance” does not necessarily mean I’m out of danger.
7. I believe the best way to distinguish myself at work is to show up early, stay late, and cheerfully volunteer for every crappy task there is.
8. I believe the most annoying sounds in the world are whining and complaining. I will never make them. If I am unhappy in my work, I will either find a new job, or find a way to be happy.
9. I believe that my education is my responsibility, and absolutely critical to my success. I am resolved to learn as much as I can from whatever source is available to me. I will never stop learning, and understand that library cards are free.
10. I believe that I am a product of my choices – not my circumstances. I will never blame anyone for my shortcomings or the challenges I face. And I will never accept the credit for something I didn’t do.
11. I understand the world is not fair, and I’m OK with that. I do not resent the success of others.
12. I believe that all people are created equal. I also believe that all people make choices. Some choose to be lazy. Some choose to sleep in. I choose to work my butt off.
On my honor, I hereby affirm the above statements to be an accurate summation of my personal worldview. I promise to live by them.
Now, we understand many of you might want to sign the pledge just on principle alone — but remember, you have to be a high school senior to be eligible for the scholarship program.
Here he is talking about the program on The Blaze.
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