Constitutional Emergency

The article I posted below as written by Ted Nugent was apparently written by someone else. Ted Nugent simply found it and posted it to his Facebook page.

An op-ed entitled, “Take a Knee,” has been making the rounds on social media sites like Facebook, where it has been shared literally hundreds of thousands of times.  Ted Nugent, for example, posted it on his Facebook page, where it has been shared over 117,000 times.

The original author is Stanislaus “Stan” Drew, a Christian author and proud American who, according to the Christian Index, wrote the guest op-ed last year while a member of Palm Springs Baptist Church in Palm Springs, Florida – after San Francisco 49er Colin Kaepernick first began his protests during the National Anthem. Mr. Drew is retired and currently lives in Crescent City, Florida, with his wife Lynn.

Flag raising on Iwo Jima, 23 Feb 1945 (Wikimedia Commons, marked for public use)

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1. Click on State Groups tab at the top of the page.
2. Find your State Flag
3. Click on Flag.
4. Look for link to join Your State Group near the top of the State Groups page.
5. Click on it.

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How to post "live" URL in posts at PFA............. Adding URLs in blog posts that are not "live" is a waste of everyone's time.....
Here's how....if anyone has better guidance send to me.....
First........type your text entry into the post block to include typing or paste the URL you want us to view........when finished with the text, highlight and copy the URL in the text.......then click the "add hyperlink" tool in the B, I, U box just above the text entry, after clicking, a window will open asking for the URL...paste the URL in the box and click "OK". You have now made the URL "live" shows some code before the post is published, it goes away when you "publish post".......


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