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Wednesday, July 1, 2015

// "Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up" // Amen //

  1. "Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up."
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// Heritage Not Hate // Our Flag // Confederate Flag //

  1. . - The Left has always been obsessed with sex - and the more perverted, the better. Remember, they want to destroy morals.
  2. Can I get a hell yeah?
  3. Same-sex “marriage” is a threat to religious freedom!!!

// Leigh Thomas Dolley // Career Criminal // Drug Dealer // Watch Out Charleston, SC Area // Burglarized Many Other Homes //

LaGrange Man Charged With Burglary After Breaking Into Glenburn House

Leigh Dolley

Leigh Dolley
GLENBURN, Maine — A LaGrange man is facing a burglary charge after he broke into a house on Beechwood Avenue in Glenburn on Saturday afternoon, police said.
Leigh Thomas Dolley, 21, was booked into the Penobscot County Jail on the Class C felony charge, according to Chief Deputy Troy Morton of the Penobscot County Sheriff’s Office. Dolley has since been released on bail.
Deputies were called to the scene around 11 a.m. Saturday, Morton said.
The owner of the house confronted Dolley, who tried to get away, but deputies were on scene when he tried to flee, according to Morton.
Morton didn’t specify whether Dolley took anything from the house, noting that the case is still under investigation.
“There are other people that will potentially be charged,” Morton said.
The homeowner was not injured in the incident, Morton said. Dolley faces up to five years in prison if convicted

Oct. 30, 2012

Sunday, June 28, 2015

// Don't Judge All Gun Owners By a Few Lunatics //






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// SCOTUS Has To Much Power //

// THE EULOGY OF DICK POPLAR “BLACK CONFEDERATE" CIVIL WAR SOLDIER // HERO //

THE EULOGY OF DICK POPLAR “BLACK CONFEDERATE" CIVIL WAR SOLDIER 

Pvt. Richard "Dick" Poplar, is why we’re gathered here today. We’re gathered here to honor the services and sacrifices of this brave Confederate States of America Hero. Pvt. Poplar was a member of the 13th VA Cav. Co. H. At the outbreak of the war, he and hundreds of black soldiers left Petersburg, marching toward the depot, down Sycamore St. to the tune of "Dixie." They fought under the Confederate Battle Flag, made by the ladies of Petersburg’s Bollingbrook Street, where Dick had been a distinguished cook for many years. He was captured at the Battle of Gettysburg.
Upon his imprisonment, he was taunted by white and black guards alike, because at any given moment he could have walked out of that squander as a freed man, if only he’d take the oath of allegiance to the northern union. However, Pvt. Poplar, held firm to his beliefs, claiming that he was a "Jeff Davis Man and didn’t care who heard him say it." He spent many months as a Prisoner of War because....he believed in the Southern Cause and states rights and fought against an invading northern army under the Confederate Battle Flag to protect his city of Petersburg, his family, his friends and his native state of Virginia.
Dick Poplar, a brave soldier who was imprisoned in one of the largest POW Camps during the war and survived, was buried in one of Petersburg’s largest cemeteries..... for 118 years... without a headstone.
A POW who gave so much and asked nothing in return, certainly deserves a headstone and the tributes that we gather here to pay this loyal Son of the South.
Thank you for allowing me and our descendants organization to be part of this historical event. I’d like to invite everyone to Pt Lookout, MD where Dick was held prisoner, on Nov. 13th where our own Lee's Miserables reenactors will be portraying Dick and his fellow prisoners in our living history area.
I’m sure that Pvt. Dick Poplar is smiling down on us today and probably saying, "it’s about time!" Thank you and God bless...Patricia Buck.
Bob Harrison was the Guest Speaker delivering Dick Poplar's eulogy and did an excellent job! Bob is a member of our Speakers Bureau and gives programs on Dick Poplar and his picture is included here.
WANT TO READ MORE ABOUT BLACK PEOPLE SERVING WITH THE CONFEDERACY? HERE'S THE LINK

// FREDERICK DOUGLASS ON BLACKS SERVING IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY //


DOUGLASS ON BLACKS SERVING IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY. 
Frederick Douglass has been called the father of the civil rights movement. He rose through determination, brilliance, and eloquence to shape the American nation. He was an abolitionist, human rights and women's rights activist, orator, author, journalist, publisher, and social reformer.
Douglass established his own weekly abolitionist newspaper, the North Star, his own periodical titled the Douglass Monthly. In that periodical he wrote the following.
Frederick Douglass, Douglass' Monthly, IV (Sept. 1861), pp 516 - "...there are at the present moment many colored men in the Confederate Army... as real soldiers, having muskets on their shoulders, and bullets in their pockets, ready to shoot down loyal troops, and do all that soldiers may do to destroy the Federal government... There were such soldiers at Manassas and they are probably there still."