Why Our Flag Is Crucial

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Fellow Americans,   The most famous, respected, celebrated and longest-living legend in the history of the United States – the American flag – celebrated its 240th birthday yesterday. On June 14, 1777, during the American Revolution, the Continental Congress adopted a resolution stating that “the flag of the United States be thirteen alternate stripes red and white” and that “the … Read More

A Day to Remember

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President Roosevelt

Fellow Americans, Yesterday was the 73rd anniversary of the Normandy landings — on Tuesday, 6 June 1944 (termed D-Day) — the Allied invasion of Normandy in Operation Overlord during World War II, which led to the conquering of Hitler’s Nazism. Listen to President Franklin D. Roosevelt calling our nation together in prayer during his radio broadcast:  http://www.historyplace.com/speeches/fdr-prayer.htm Note how far we have become … Read More

V.A. Lied … Hundreds Died

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Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans, The Los Angeles V.A. has failed our U.S. Military Veterans beyond every way imaginable. Most recently hundreds of Veterans died while waiting for medical consultation and healthcare. As specifically detailed in the attached report by the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of Inspector General regarding the Los Angeles VA, which concluded, “For the period … Read More

Arts vs. the Military

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Mr. Rosebrock

Fellow Americans, Los Angeles Times “culture critics” Carolina A. Miranda and Christopher Knight whine about President Trump’s federal government budget “not spending a penny for the National Endowment for the Arts … while spending nearly $538 billion a year for National Defense.” What does NEA’s $148 million budget buy? 7,789,473 taco bowls but not even one mile of the 405 Freeway — http://www.latimes.com/entertainment/arts/miranda/la-et-cam-nea-index-trump-budget-20170318-story.html Once again … Read More

Learning from Boy of 7

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Fellow Americans, Watch this link from Steve Harvey’s Sunday night television show, “Little Big Shots.”  http://www.raredr.com/news/LCA-national-anthem Gavin Stevens is a blind seven-year old boy who belts out the National Anthem with patriotic love and passion. Everyone in the audience is standing and proudly holding small American flags. You can bet the family farm that not one person believes that he or she is waving a placard, handbill, … Read More

Happy 9th to Old Veterans and Their Revolt

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Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans, Yesterday was the ninth anniversary of the Veterans Revolution. Sunday will be our 469th consecutive Rally to “Save our Veterans Land” and to “Bring Our Homeless Veterans Home.” On Aug. 29, 2013, our peaceful, non-violent protests led to a federal judgment against the VA for engaging in nine real estate deals with non-Veteran entities … Read More

A Democrat Minus a Sense of Humor

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Fellow Americans, At President Trump’s memorable press conference last week, he pointed out the hatred on CNN’s Don Lemon show. Hours later, to no surprise, his Democrat guest commentator, angry Charles Blow of The New York Times, confirmed it. “Don’t touch me!” he furiously barked at  Republican guest commentator Kayleigh McEnany when she brushed him to make a point. (Video below.) … Read More

‘Cancel School Hearing’

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Councilman Bonin. Photo: Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times

Elva Nuno-O’Donnell City Planner, Major Projects 6262 Van Nuys Blvd., Room 351 Van Nuys, CA  91401 Mr. Nuno-O’Donnell, This is a formal objection in opposition to this afternoon’s hearing, Approval of the CUP for Brentwood School, which is expected to be heard before the L.A. City Council’s Planning and Land Use Committee at 2:30 in City Hall. City Councilman Mike Bonin profanely … Read More

He Can’t Keep McDon, Can He?

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Fellow Veterans and Friends of Veterans,  Here we go again. So-called Veterans Service Organizations, who represent less than 20 percent of nearly 25 million U.S. military Veterans, are unilaterally speaking for “all” Veterans. The VSOs – the American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Vietnam Veterans of America, Amvets — are sanctioned by Congress. They answer to Congress. They are calling … Read More

On Way to Victory – Maybe

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Fellow Americans,  Last Thursday in U.S. Magistrate Judge Steve Kim’s federal courtroom, one falsified camera/photography charge was dismissed and the trial for two more falsified camera/photography charges and one falsified American flag citation were continued to Feb. 3. Ted Hayes, aka Sir Patriot, his fiance Ronda and I entered the federal courthouse via Main Street. We immediately noticed a frayed American flag … Read More