Americans Loyal to America Must Unite

True Americans, can we disagree without becoming enemies? Much of the time I would say, we can. And we should. Real Americans need to watch out for each other, because our shared enemies are working overtime to divide and conquer.

We must return power to the American people. And we don’t have time to wait and see if we can all agree on everything. We never will. If you are a real American, it doesn’t matter to me what your race is. You are my brothers and my sisters and I will fight with you, shoulder to shoulder.

We have common enemies that pose a much more immediate threat than our racial and cultural differences. Let us return power to it’s proper owners – the people of the United States of America. Anyone who tries to stop us must be neutralized, for the sake of our future generations. Islamists, violent Communists, certain Zionists and the Globalists do not have our best interests at heart. We must crush them crush them absolutely, because the alternative is to continue to be crushed. And that is simply unacceptable.

Making America great again starts with me and it starts with you. We can sort out the spoils of our victory at a later time. We can work out our ethnic differences – or maybe never work those differences out – once we have seized control of our own destiny.

The time has come to put America first. And anyone who does not share in our commitment to putting America first, does not deserve to be here, living off of our achievements, on our land, enjoying the prosperity that comes from our combined human capital. Make America great again – or be destroyed while trying to take us down. We will not fail.

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Does Free Speech Include Speech You Disagree With?

Should speech that offends have a place in America? According to the First Amendment of the Constitution the answer is yes.
*** UPDATE 4.18.2017 ***

A victory for free speech. The court ruled to compel this institution of higher learning to do what they are required to do – and that is to expose their students to ideas that may be different from their own, ideas that challenge them, rather than just simply follow the status quo: