Posted on Tuesday, April 02, 2013 3:05:39 PM by rightwingintelligentsia
Gregory Schaffer said after his tour of duty in the Marines he wanted to go home and fly a flag in his yard.
But a complaint from an anonymous neighbor got Schaffer in some hot water.
Posted on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 5:53:45 AM by lowbridge
At least one brave and patriotic American attended the Presidential Inauguration and is in the parade route with an American flag in the ‘distress position’ and the white Gadsden flag by the way, which is affiliated with the Culpepper Militia Minutemen so they were very brave!
A photo depicting what appears to be the Teamsters Union flag improperly flying above the American flag outside the union’s D.C. headquarters on Tuesday was sent to TheBlaze, and the story of how a Marine veteran who tried to bring it to the group’s attention was treated is sure to raise eyebrows.
The photo was taken by the Marine at approximately 2:10 pm ET and sent to TheBlaze by his brother. Both have requested anonymity for fear of retaliation by the union.This is the picture:
Posted on Thursday, October 04, 2012 5:36:29 AM by carriage_hill
I Pledge Allegiance To The Flag……
I want my USA.
Don’t know how to embed the video, but it warms the heart to see a Viet Nam Vet still fighting for his country.
Best down load it before the commies pull it.
(Excerpt) Read more at youtube.com …
The fact that this was again barely more than a fizzle firework doesn’t even matter – the hysterical media will waste no time in inflating it as another ominous sign that domestic terrorists are everywhere and that Americans need to be treated like prisoners everywhere they go for their own safety.
Check out the Veteran’s Day Google art: nice little commie flag peeking out from under the American flag, or the muzzie crecent … take your pick. They must be convinced of their cuteness. You think that was accidental? I think not.
An Arizona man fighting to keep a historical American flag flying outside his home vows he will not take it down unless a judge orders him to.Andy McDonel of Leveen, Ariz., says he received a letter from his homeowner’s association, Avalon Village Community Association, on Aug. 6 instructing him to “remove debris” from his suburban Phoenix home within 10 days or face a $25 fine.