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SUPREME COURT JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS' INFORMAL EVENING AT THE HERITAGE FOUNDATION

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas spent an informal evening this week at a Heritage Foundation dinner in Washington. Here is a report:


At the Heritage Foundation, Justice Thomas discusses the confirmation process, Scalia and road-tripping

“There’s always hope,” Justice Clarence Thomas said last night at the Heritage Foundation in Washington in response to a question about whether the confirmation-hearing process is “broken.” “But this city is broken in some ways,” the justice continued. “I think that we have become very comfortable with not thinking things through and debating them.”

Thomas correlated willingness to debate – “not who speaks the loudest or who has the best narrative or the best meme or some other nonsense” – with the strength of America’s governing institutions. He expressed concern that “we’re undermining our institutions, and the day is going to come when we need the institutions and the integrity of the institutions.”


Thomas did commend his fellow justices on this point – “one of the things I love about the court, you actually talk to people” – but he did not completely exempt them or himself when asked about the public’s confidence in the Supreme Court.

“Perhaps we should ask ourselves what we have done to not earn or to earn people’s confidence,” the justice suggested. In his view, that confidence does not depend on people necessarily liking the court’s opinions, but in their sense that the justices are doing their jobs fairly.

Thomas recalled a visit to Gettysburg, when he noticed a man running towards him up the hill at Little Round Top. Reaching the justice and handing over what Thomas called “some fake parchment paper,” the man gasped, “I need you to sign this. It’s your federal maritime commission opinion!”

Thomas burst into laughter as he recounted this incident. “But that’s what this is all about,” he concluded: The man at Gettysburg had not said he agreed with Thomas’ opinion, but that he understood it. Supreme Court justices, Thomas explained, “are obligated to make the Constitution and what we write about the Constitution accessible to people.” When justices write in inaccessible language, “we hide it from them.”

Thomas spent much of the evening speaking to the receptive audience about substantive topics such as the role of precedent and the jurisprudence of different clauses in the Constitution. He also spoke light-heartedly, about the Affordable Care Act being a misnomer and about the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Thomas chuckled in retelling his own response – which he said Scalia also found “really funny” – to an an invitation to attend the opera: “I like opera, I just don’t want to be around the people who like opera.”

And on the bench during oral argument, Scalia once leaned over in Thomas’ direction. “Clarence,” he whispered, “Auer [v. Robbins] is one of the worst opinions in the history of this country.” “Yeah,” Thomas smiled back, “you wrote it.”

According to Thomas, Scalia found it “really odd” that Thomas, a Georgia southerner, did not hunt, while Scalia, from New Jersey and New York, loved the activity. “No good comes from being in the woods,” Thomas said he used to protest to his friend and colleague.

Thomas does, however, enjoy road-tripping around the country. He likes to take his law clerks to Civil War battlegrounds and other historical landmarks. It’s important, Thomas believes, that his clerks “not just talk about the 14th Amendment, the equal protection clause, or substantive due process,” but “go and feel it” at places like Gettysburg. “To understand the 14th Amendment in particular and the post-Civil War era,” Thomas explained, “you have to understand the Civil War first.”

Thomas also described the RV trips around the country he takes with his wife, Virginia. He enjoys traveling incognito. Once, at a gas station in Brunswick, Georgia, a truck driver asked, “Anyone ever tell you that you look like Clarence Thomas?” “Yeah,” replied the justice. “I bet it happens all the time,” the man said as he walked away. Thomas finds RV parks to be “very democratic, with a small d.” On these trips, he says, he gets the chance to encounter “the constituency for the Constitution; it’s not this city, it’s not the people who are doing all the talking, prevaricating.”

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WHY VOTE FOR TRUMP - A BRIT SPEAKS OUT

Pat Condell makes the case for Trump. It's an historic opportunity for Americans.



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"GOD BLESS THE USA"

As we celebrate our independence and thank God for the blessings He has bestowed upon America, let us also remember those on earth who have borne the burdens of helping to preserve what God has given us.

In the Chatham parade on Monday, July 4, 2016 we will honor our service men and women now serving and those who served. FREEDOM IS NOT FREE and these many men and women deserve our gratitude for the price they pay for us.

In the right hand column of this website, under the heading" Links-Causes," are the names of four organizations that support veterans and those serving today. We heartily recommend you consider them when making donations.



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FREEDOM IS NOT FREE -- SOME PAY MORE, WE THANK THEM

With the celebration of Independence Day approaching, we are pleased to announce that the theme of the 2016 parade in Chatham is "Freedom is Not Free." Our committee will be one of 100 entries in the parade and we will echo those sentiments and thank those who serve and have served our nation to keep us free. Come march with us.

Here's a reminder that there are many ways and occasions for people and organizations to say "Thank you."

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WHERE DID OUR PATRIOTISM AND PRIDE IN AMERICA GO?


Patriotism seems to be disappearing from America.

This is due in large part to the indoctrination students now receive in schools and universities that America is "bad." The American left has captured the educational establishment and its hate-America views are now mainstream.

Here are two examples. The first 3-minute video asks American college students if America is "exceptional." 50 or 60 years ago, the answer would have been a resounding "Yes." Not today. And Obama agrees with these "modern" views.

The second short video asks Harvard students which is the greater threat to world peace, ISIS or the U.S.



Ironically, commentator Dennis Prager says the rejection of patriotism and other American values is the reason Donald Trump is leading to be the Republican nominee for President. Read it here.

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HONOR OUR VETERANS WHO KEPT US SAFE.

A young lady in the 8th grade decided she would create her very own tribute to veterans for Veterans Day.

A beautiful tribute it is.


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THE "AMAZING GRACE" OF CONDOLEEZZA RICE"

Condoleezza Rice teamed up to perform "Amazing Grace" to benefit Wounded Warriors, an incredibly deserving charity. To donate to Wounded Warriors, look in our right hand column for "Links."


It's people like this who make America great.

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"GOD BLESS AMERICA" EVERY DAY.

Ever hear the first rendition of "God Bless America"? Here it is by Kate Smith.

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GOD BLESS THE USA!


If you love the USA, you'll love this performance by he Texas Tenors.

Click the small square in the lower right to get full screen.

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

THANK YOU, JOHN ADAMS,THE MAN WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN.

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CELEBRATE OUR COUNTRY, HONOR OUR FLAG AND WHAT IT STANDS FOR ON FLAG DAY.


Honor our Grand Old Flag" on today, Flag Day, June 14th.

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HOW DO YOU WIN A NATIONAL SPELLING BEE? WORK HARD.

Two Americans of Indian descent won this year's National Spelling Bee contest.

They are both in the eighth grade, one in Kansas, one in Missouri. She acts in plays and plays the tuba and the piano. He plays basketball. She's thinking of becoming a cardiac surgeon. He intends to become a businessman.

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MAY THEY REST IN PEACE WITH OUR THANKS AND PRAYERS


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HONOR THE DEFENDERS OF AMERICA - THE LIVING AND THE DEAD

Memorial Day weekend is a time to remember and honor those who have died defending our country. The Cape Cod Times Friday edition has a rundown of all the Cape Cod Memorial Day observances and related events in support of our men and women in the Armed Forces.

To remember those living who are on the front lines defending us now, there is a great opportunity in Hyannis. Go if you can; if not, you can donate on the website. Click on the picture to enlarge.

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Here are the details of the Chatham observance, as reported in the the Cape Cod Chronicle.

CHATHAM MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY MONDAY

CHATHAM --- The town's annual Memorial Day ceremony will begin at 10 a.m. on Monday.

Participants will visit each of the town's war memorials during the ceremony, which will culminate with the dedication of the new World War II memorial at Nickerson Park at 11 a.m. At each site there will be a brief ceremony, a rifle salute by members of the Chatham VFW, "Taps" played by Emily VanRyswood.

Beginning at 9:55 a.m. Veterans Field Road, the ensemble will march to the World War I memorial at the community center, where the main ceremony will begin. The procession will then stop briefly at Nickerson Park where the new World War II monument is being dedicated this day, and then move to the Oyster Pond parking area. A wreath will be placed in the water honoring those lost at sea, following by a brief ceremony at the nearby Korean and Vietnam Veterans memorials.

The procession will then proceed to the Civil War monument at Sears Park, where Scott Hamilton will recite the Gettysburg Address.

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CHATHAM CIVIL WAR MONUMENT

Hamilton will also read a roll call of Chatham residents who died in the war, including three men whose names do not appear on the monument, but will soon be added.

Bagpiper Sarah Marchio will lead the procession back to the Veterans Memorial Traffic Circle at the downtown rotary where scouts will lead the Pledge of Allegiance and Laura Barabe will sign the National Anthem. We Are The Men will sing "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "The Navy Hymn." The ceremony will conclude with Marchio playing "Amazing Grace."

Included in the ceremony will be the Chatham VFW and American Legion, many veterans, the Ladies and Mens Auxiliary to the Chatham VFW, the Chatham Coast Guard Color Guard, the Coast Guard Auxiliary, local clergy, selectmen, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Brownies.

The new World War II Memorial will be dedicated in Nickerson Park on Stage Harbor Road just few yards from the Veterans Memorial Traffic Circle.

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HOW COULD OBAMA DO SO MUCH DAMAGE IN SIX YEARS? VICTOR DAVIS HANSON TICKS OFF OBAMA'S MAJOR BLUNDERS.

The question burns: Is Obama really as incompetent as he seems? Or is something else going on?

Why does Obama not recognize radical Islam for what it is, a danger to our European and American civilization? As has been said, this is not a clash of civilizations; it's civilization vs. barbarism.

How did we get into the mess in the Middle East we are in?

Five Middle East Blunders

By Victor Davis Hanson
National Review Online
February 17, 2015

President Obama claims he inherited a mess in the Middle East. Not so.

Fracking and horizontal drilling on private lands in the U.S. had taken off in the last years of the Bush administration and by 2009 were set to revolutionize America’s energy future.

By 2011, the U.S. had cut way back its dependence on Middle Eastern gas and oil imports, which in turn gave American diplomats a measure of immunity from petro-blackmail, and therefore far more clout in the region. Iraq was mostly stable; in Anbar Province tens of thousands of jihadists had been killed by U.S. troops and their tribal allies. Iran’s scope was limited by a new moderate axis of Sunni states, Israel, and the United States. A bruised Hezbollah faced a huge rebuilding tab in southern Lebanon. Libya was beginning to shed at least some of its bizarre past. The Palestinians had no desire for another Intifada. The Middle East was looking to the U.S. for leadership, inasmuch as the surge in Iraq had regained respect for American arms and determination.

All that now is ancient history. In five critical areas, the U.S. blew it.

I. Iran
Sanctions were starting to squeeze Iran, which had been unable to absorb Shiite-dominated Iraq. Unrest in Iran was rising, spearheaded by pro-Western young reformers. Less than a month after Barack Obama’s inauguration, over a million Iranians hit the streets to protest their country’s rigged elections. The Europeans were beginning to understand that a nuclear Iran posed a greater threat of nuclear blackmail to the EU than to the U.S.

Poland and the Czech Republic had agreed to partner with the U.S. in creating an anti-ballistic missile system to deter Iran’s growing missile program. The U.S. and its friends occasionally sent armadas slowly through the Strait of Hormuz to remind Iran that we were determined that international waters would always remain international.
So what happened?

The new Obama administration kept silent as the pro-Western Iranian protests deflated. In herky-jerky style, Obama at first upped the sanctions as Tehran ignored his serial empty deadlines on curbing enrichment. Then, unilaterally and without much warning, Obama relaxed sanctions. He reopened negotiations, even as Iran’s centrifuges multiplied. Currently, Iran is on the cusp of nuclear acquisition, and it quietly advises its supporters that the U.S. is both weak and naïve — and will soon be gone from the region.

Tehran is creating a sort of Co-Prosperity Sphere at the expense of Sunni and Western interests, as it sabotages Iraq, Yemen, Syria, and Lebanon. There is no longer talk of regional U.S.-led missile defense.

In brilliantly diabolical fashion, Iran has maneuvered a deer-in-the-headlights U.S. into an embarrassing de facto alliance with it against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The partnership was designed by Tehran to save the pro-Iranian Assad government, to bolster Hezbollah, to relieve diplomatic pressures on its own nuclear-enrichment program, and to increase tensions between the U.S. and the Sunni moderate states like Jordan and the Gulf monarchies.

There has never been a greater likelihood than there is now, under Obama, that Iran will get the bomb, that it will create a radical theocratic Shiite alliance from Yemen to Iraq to Syria to Lebanon, and that it will direct Hamas and Hezbollah to start another war against Israel — this time backed by an Iranian nuclear deterrent.

II. Iraq
In Iraq, U.S. strategy hinged on forcing the fledgling democracy to create loose alliances between Kurds, Shiites, and Sunnis, with the understanding that they would all resist both al-Qaeda and Iranian-sponsored Shiite affiliates. And from 2009 to 2011, consensual government in Iraq seemed to be working, albeit mostly through the implied threats that nearby U.S. troops would intervene if it did not.

The country was more quiet than not. Indeed, the U.S. military there was losing more personnel each month to accidents than to combat. In December 2009, three Americans were killed in Iraq — the lowest figure for any month since the war began. In December 2011, no Americans were lost.

Obama, who had opposed the Iraq war, termed the country “secure” and “stable.” Vice President Joe Biden, who as senator had voted for the war, bragged that it might become the Obama administration’s “greatest achievement.” American proconsuls kept the pressure on Iranophile Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki to treat Sunni tribes more equitably, and to keep Iraqi territory free of the Iranian military. Al-Qaeda in Iraq was comatose. Most Sunni Islamists had no desire for a replay of the Anbar Awakening and the Surge.

Then, for the sake of a 2012 reelection campaign point, Obama pulled out all U.S. constabulary troops at the end of 2011. The result was a void that drew in the dregs of the Middle East, as ISIS and the Iranian-back militias fought over the corpse of what used to be Syria and Iraq.

At the same time, the administration proclaimed empty red lines to Assad, in the manner it had given Iran empty deadlines — even as President Obama called ISIS a “jayvee” team that posed little threat to the U.S., or at least no more worries than what street criminals pose to the average big-city mayor.

A growing ISIS soon appealed to disenchanted Sunni tribes who felt that they had been ostracized by Baghdad, even as Iran encouraged the Iraqi government to ostracize them even more.

The ayatollahs’ great fear from 2008 to 2011 was that a viable, consensual Iraq on their border might weaken their theocratic control in Iran. Such anxiety vanished, replaced by a new confidence that, in the absence of U.S. garrisons, Tehran had turned Iraq into a vassal state.

III. Libya
When President Obama took office, Moammar Qaddafi was a psychotic monster in rehab. The U.S. was opening a new embassy in Tripoli. U.S. military officials were allowed nearly complete freedom to round up defunct WMD programs.

Western investors were welcomed in Libya. Westerners were talking of investing in Libyan enterprise zones, improving Libya’s oil and gas network, and reopening spectacular archaeological sites to tourism. Qaddafi had clamped down on Islamists, and seemed increasingly to be leaving decisions in the hands of his progeny. The Westernized next generation of Qaddafis were courted by the international jet set, and were subtly sending signals that even greater liberalization was on the horizon. Qaddafi had become a buffoon, not a beheader.

All that vanished when Hillary Clinton, Samantha Power, and Susan Rice ordered the bombings that turned Libya into a terrorist paradise, whose ultimate trajectory was Benghazi. They had turned up a day late and a dollar short in piggybacking on the Arab Spring unrest in Cairo. This time around they wanted to ride rather than watch the growing protests against Qaddafi — an odd thing, given their prior warnings about Bush-administration naïveté in trying to promote consensual government in the volatile Middle East by force of arms.

The first thing that went wrong was that the U.S. intervention violated U.N. resolutions — which we had supported — about actions limited to humanitarian assistance and no-fly zones. That double cross alienated the snookered Russians, who had signed on to the U.N. resolution.

Then the U.S. ceded its traditional military leadership to the French and British through a lead-from-behind recessional. It turned a new diplomatic presence into dead Americans and a wrecked consulate in Benghazi.

Libya’s oil and gas industries currently resemble Nigeria’s — on a good day. Tripoli is a Mogadishu on the Mediterranean. No Westerner in his right mind will set foot on Libyan soil. The Obama administration’s experience in Libya can be summed up by its election-cycle fraud of jailing an obscure video maker for supposedly causing a “spontaneous” demonstration in which the consulate was ruined and four Americans were killed, including the ambassador — a yarn that even its promulgators no longer believe.

IV. Egypt
In Egypt, the old kleptocrat Hosni Mubarak was accustomed to chronic U.S. scoldings to democratize, even as he kept offering his own pushback warnings about the worse alternative of Islamic theocracy. If Egypt was not so stable, it was also not chaotic.
Unfortunately, the U.S. saw the Arab Spring as an excuse to dump a tired old ally and to welcome in his stead the U.S.-educated Mohamed Morsi and the Islamists of the Muslim Brotherhood. Obama’s team perhaps believed we were the belated avatars of the Arab Spring, as if the latter were analogous to our own revolution rather than something akin to the 1917 nightmare in Russia or the 1950s cutthroat Baathist takeover from the old corrupt Middle East monarchs.

The administration assured us that the Brothers were “largely secular,” even as they almost immediately went to work Islamicizing the largest nation in the Arab world and subverting the very elections that had brought them to power.

Here the administration’s achievement is quite surreal: Somehow we remain Egypt’s largest donor while being hated by all three of Egypt’s major groups — Islamists, the army, and the rest — who hate each other only slightly less than they do us. In practical terms, the administration earned the hatred of the vibrant General Abdel Fattah el-Sisi in place of the good will of his decrepit mentor Mubarak — at the same cost of multi-billion-dollar-a-year subsidies.

V. Israel
Israel recently inflicted serious damage on Hezbollah in the 2006 war in Lebanon. For all the talk of Israeli ineptitude in that war, the final toll on Iranian interests was considerable. There seemed no desire on Hezbollah’s part to replay its aggression. Strong U.S. support for Israeli defensive measures discouraged Islamists from starting a new Intifada on the West Bank or in Gaza. Iranians worried that the U.S. might at any moment preempt their nuclear facility or welcome an Israeli strike on them.

Not now. The Obama administration immediately berated Israel for building houses around Jerusalem. Then came the Palestinian flotilla, and more American ambiguity. Then lectures during the Gaza war. The United States’ relationship with Israel is now at its weakest since the founding of the Jewish State. Administration aides leak slurs about war hero and prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu, calling him a “coward” and “chickensh-t,” as if Obama’s open-mic smear of Netanyahu during the G-20 summit in Cannes was not enough.

The radical Arab world has a hunch that another war launched from Gaza, the West Bank, Syria, or Lebanon would not entirely anger a U.S. administration that is more worried about Jews building houses in Jerusalem than about Iranian subsidies to and military support of Hamas. When an American president characterizes an Islamic hit on a kosher market in Paris as a random attack, then it is clear — both to Americans and to the enemies of America — that Jews and Israel are mostly on their own.

Meet the new Middle East: a soon-to-be-nuclear and ascendant Iran, the spreading ISIS wasteland, Egypt and Libya as Somalia, and the end of Syria and Iraq. This was not foreordained, but instead the result of a series of bad U.S. mistakes.

— NRO contributor Victor Davis Hanson is a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution and the author, most recently, of The Savior Generals.

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TAKE THIS QUIZ: WHO IS A GREATER THREAT TO WORLD PEACE, ISIS OR THE UNITED STATES?

What are students learning in American high schools and colleges? Here's a short intro.


If you think this is appalling, think of this: Who is teaching this stuff and how many millions of young people are growing up in the belief America is bad? The left wing has the educational system in its grip and this is its view. Patriotism is a no go.

So when you see a young person waving an American flag and cheering, it's likely she is a Republican.

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WE HONOR THOSE WHO SERVED AND DIED FOR AMERICA.

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IT IS UP TO US TO DEFEND FREEDOM AND KEEP GOVERNMENT UNDER CONTROL.

50 years ago on October 27th, 1964 Ronald Reagan gave one of the powerful political speeches in the history of modern American. Among other things, he reminded us of the fragility of freedom before an all powerful government seeking to become ever stronger.

"Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same."

This conservative message is as relevant today as 50 years ago.

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CELEBRATE AMERICA'S FOUNDING IN CHATHAM ON THE 4TH!

CHATHAM PARADE DRAWS 35,000 AND UP EACH JULY 4TH.

YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN US THIS YEAR.


The Chatham Independence Day parade in Chatham on the 4th of July is one of the best attended in the state. It's hard to estimate, but our best guess is that the overwhelming majority are Massachusetts citizens, though second home owners are from all over.

The Chatham Republican Committee is once again entered into the parade and invites all Republican candidates, town committee members and just plain old Republicans from Chatham and wherever to join us in the march.

It is a festive event with many bands, floats, vehicles and marchers. The Chatham RTC entry will be honoring the men and women of the Armed Forces who protect us.

Let's show our pride in American and in our Republican dedication to freedom and equal opportunity for all. And have a good time as well!

We are delighted to announce that this year Lt. Governor candidate Karyn Polito will be marching with us, as she did in 2010 in her campaign for Treasurer.

We welcome all Republican candidates and office holders.

The parade starts off at 9:30 in the morning. Street traffic near the parade route gets cut off about 8:30, so we try to take our place in the line-up along Shore Road by 8:00.
It ends approximately at 11:15.

The route is along Main Street through the downtown shopping stretch from Shore Road to the intersection with Crowell Road, about 1.5 miles. The assembly area is on Shore Road back towards the Chatham Bars Inn from the intersection with Main Street. Depending upon where we wind up in the assembly line-up, up to a mile of walking could be added.

We will issue detailed information to all participants by email as the parade organizers release it. Remote parking sites with shuttle buses to and from the parade start and ending points are provided. We will provide detailed information as it becomes available.

Candidates and organized groups such as RTCs, please let us know by phone or email you will be joining us. Individuals receiving this email, just come and bring a friend or two. Patriotic dress is best. Wear comfortable shoes and beware a sunny day!

Do let us know if you have any questions. Call the numbers below or email us.

Fran Meaney, Chairman 617 512 7743
Republican@ChathamRepublicans.com
Diane Bronsdon and Elaine Gibbs, Vice Chairmen
Marie Acton, Secretary 508 945 2150
Sam Black, Treasurer
Chatham Republican Town Committee
www.chathamrepublicans.com
www.facebook.com/chathamrepublicans

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GENERAL McRAVEN'S "LESSONS FOR LIFE" A MUST READ

General William H. McRaven gave a memorable commencement address at the University of Texas this spring that deserves to be read and reread: "Life Lessons From Navy SEAL Training."

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GUILLORY MESSAGE TO FELLOW BLACKS: THROW OFF YOUR CHAINS. BECOME REPUBLICANS.

Just a year ago the Louisiana black state senator Elbert Guillory announced he was becoming a Republican and issued a statement explaining why. His message to his fellow blacks is a powerful one that hopefully will be heeded. It's also a reminder to all Republicans of our civil rights heritage, of which not only should we be proud, but insistent on proclaiming every day: We are the Party of Lincoln. We stand for freedom and equal opportunity for all.

In 1854 the Republican Party was formed to succeed the Whigs with one main purpose -- to end slavery. In 1860 President Lincoln was elected with the votes of abolitionists in Massachusetts and other northern states. Just three years later Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation freeing all slaves in rebellious territory. In Congress Republicans drafted and passed the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution freeing slaves, assuring them due process under the law and granting them voting rights.

Lyndon Johnson, no civil rights activist, cynically snatched the black vote away from Republicans with government handouts with the War on Poverty, crowing privately (to fellow Democrats) that his handouts would keep them n****** voting Democrat for 200 years.

Listen to what Senator Guillory has to say.

What's disturbing to all of us as Americans is that this dependency on government has not only kept too many blacks in poverty, it has created a situation in which, as one wise man observed, "fidelity to country is coming to be replaced by fidelity to democrats who give you stuff, just as that old bigot LBJ envisioned when he set out with his phony war on poverty in the 1960's. The entire modern democrat party "cares" about people only to the extent that said people will vote for them in perpetuity."

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WE STAND FOR FREEDOM AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL.


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