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Showing posts with label Citizenship. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Citizenship. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

GOPDD: Rino Ryan Condemns Donald Trump’s Call to Ban Muslims

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“This is not conservatism.”- Rino Ryan 
Mr. Ryan, What “Constitutional rights” do FOREIGN BORN peoples have? The U.S. Constitution was written FOR and to PROTECT America and American citizens. Until they become American citizens, they have NO Constitutional rights, especially if they are here ILLEGALLY.


Monday, June 8, 2015


On Tuesday, June 10, 2015 the registered voters of Lisbon have a duty to vote.  This country was established as a democracy and defended by the sacrifice of many Americans.  In a democracy, the registered voters determine what their wishes are by voting with a secret ballot.  As far as I am concerned, if you do not vote, you have no right to speak. 

On this ballot is the question of the School budget.  It was very clear on May 19, 2015; the Town Council did not listen to the wishes of the people.  This is why it is critical the registered voters turn out and vote, TOMORROW!  It is possible the Town Council will listen to the voters of the community, this time.  It would be encouraging to know Councilors still listen to the people who elected them to represent them.  These Councilors must remember local government is created of the people, by the people and for the people and not their ego’s or someone’s agenda.

So tomorrow, please get out and vote.  As for me, I am voting NO, TOO LOW.

Larry Fillmore

Friday, October 31, 2014

PLEASE, Your Civic Duty, Get Out And Vote!!!!


This coming Tuesday, November 4th, is voting day.  Many many Americans have sacrificed a great deal for the right to voice your opinion by voting in elections.  It would be a disgrace and a waste of many lives to not exercise your right to vote.  So, please make time Tuesday, November 4th to vote.

There are several facts that are important to consider before casting your vote for Town Council:

1.     Dale Crafts needs to attend more Council meetings and learn what and how the Town Council works and what the town’s issues are.

2.     Dean Willey is the only candidate who is a taxpayer and has suffered the tax increases and knows the efforts on families.

3.     Dean Willey owns a home in Lisbon.

4.     Dean Willey is very involved in the community.

5.     Lisa Ward does not pay real estate tax in Lisbon.

6.     The three years Lisa Ward has been on the council our taxes have gone up every year.

7.     Lisa Ward blocked every attempt to cut the Police Department budget.

8.     Lisa Ward had a resident removed, after she recognized him, for speaking against the Police Department Budget.   Our freedom of speech has been lost.

Please take these facts into consideration when you vote for the best candidate for Town Council.

The most critical issue is that every resident of Lisbon take the time to vote.

Larry Fillmore

Sunday, July 20, 2014

Statue of Liberty And Immigrants

 Statue of Liberty

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For some reason, people have difficulty structuring their arguments when arguing against supporting the currently proposed immigration revisions. This lady made the argument pretty simple. NOT printed in the Orange County Paper ....
Newspapers simply won't publish letters to the editor which they either deem politically incorrect (read below) or which do not agree with the philosophy they're pushing on the public. This woman wrote a great letter to the editor that should have been published.  Now, with your help, it will get published via cyberspace!
From: "David LaBonte"
My wife, Rosemary, wrote a wonderful letter to the editor of the OC Register which, of course, was not printed. So, I decided to "print" it myself by sending it out on the Internet.
Pass it along if you feel so inclined.
Written in response to a series of letters to the editor in the Orange County Register:
Dear Editor:
So many letter writers have based their arguments on how this land is made up of immigrants. Ernie Lujan for one, suggests we should tear down the Statue of Liberty because the people now in question aren't being treated the same as those who passed through Ellis Island and other ports of entry.
Maybe we should turn to our history books and point out to people like Mr. Lujan why today's American is not willing to accept this new kind of immigrant any longer. Back in 1900 when there was a rush from all areas of Europe to come to the United States, people had to get off a ship and stand in a long line in New York and be documented. Some would even get down on their hands and knees and kiss the ground. They made a pledge to uphold the laws and support their new country in good and bad times. They made learning English a primary rule in their new American households and some even changed their names to blend in with their new home.
They had waved good-bye to their birth place to give their children a new life and did everything in their power to help their children assimilate into one culture. Nothing was handed to them. No free lunches, no welfare, no labor laws to protect them. All they had were the skills and craftsmanship they had brought with them to trade for a future of prosperity.
Most of their children came of age when World War II broke out. My father fought alongside men whose parents had come straight over from Germany, Italy, France and Japan. None of these 1st generation Americans ever gave any thought about what country their parents had come from. They were Americans fighting Hitler, Mussolini and the Emperor of Japan. They were defending the United States of America as one people.
When we liberated France, no one in those villages were looking for the French-American or the German-American or the Irish-American. The people of France saw only Americans. And we carried one flag that represented one country. Not one of those immigrant sons would have thought about picking up another country's flag and waving it to represent who they were. It would have been a disgrace to their parents who had sacrificed so much to be here. These immigrants truly knew what it meant to be an American. They stirred the melting pot into one red, white and blue bowl.
And here we are with a new kind of immigrant who wants the same rights and privileges. Only they want to achieve it by playing with a different set of rules, one that includes the entitlement card and a guarantee of being faithful to their mother country. I'm sorry, that's not what being an American is all about. I believe that the immigrants who landed on Ellis Island in the early 1900's deserve better than that for all the toil, hard work and sacrifice in raising future generations to create a land that has become a beacon for those legally searching for a better life. I think they would be appalled that they are being used as an example by those waving foreign country flags.
And for that suggestion about taking down the Statue of Liberty, it happens to mean a lot to the citizens who are voting on the immigration bill. I wouldn't start talking about dismantling the United States just yet.
Rosemary LaBonte

I sincerely hope this letter gets read by millions of people all across the nation!!

Sunday, December 8, 2013

Sack Lunches on an Airliner

                                         Sack Lunches :

I put my carry-on in the luggage compartment and sat down in my assigned seat. It was going to be a long flight. 'I'm
glad I have a good book to read. Perhaps I will get a short nap,' I thought. 
Just before take-off, a line of soldiers came down the aisle and
filled all the vacant seats, totally surrounding me. I decided to start a conversation. 

'Where are you headed?' I asked the soldier seated nearest to
me. 'Petawawa. We'll be there for two weeks for special training, and then we're being deployed to Afghanistan  

After flying for about an hour, an announcement was
made that sack lunches were available for five dollars. It would be several hours before we reached the east, and I quickly
decided a lunch would help pass the time... 

As I reached for my wallet, I overheard a soldier ask his buddy if he planned to buy lunch. 'No, that seems like a lot of money for just a sack lunch. Probably wouldn't be worth five bucks.
I'll wait till we get to base.'

His friend agreed. 

I looked around at the other soldiers. None were buying lunch. I walked to the back of the plane and handed the flight attendant a fifty dollar bill. 'Take a lunch to all those soldiers.' She grabbed my arms and squeezed tightly. Her eyes wet with tears, she thanked me. 'My son was a soldier in Iraq ; it's almost like you are doing it for him.' 

Picking up ten sacks, she headed up the aisle to where the soldiers were seated. She stopped at my seat and asked, 'Which do you like best - beef or chicken?' 'Chicken,' I replied, wondering why she asked. She turned and went to the front of plane, returning a minute later with a dinner plate from first class. 

'This is your thanks.' 

After we finished eating, I went again to the back of the plane,  heading for the rest room. A man stopped me. 'I saw what you did. I want to be part of it. Here, take this.' He handed me twenty-five dollars.

Soon after I returned to my seat, I saw the Flight Captain coming down the aisle, looking at the aisle numbers as he walked, I hoped he was not looking for me, but noticed he was looking at the numbers only on my side of the plane. When he got to my row he stopped, smiled, held out his hand and said, 'I want to shake your hand.' Quickly unfastening my seat-belt I stood and took the Captain's hand. 

With a booming voice he said, 'I was a soldier and I was a military pilot. Once, someone bought me a lunch. It was an act of kindness I never forgot.' I was embarrassed when applause was heard from all of the passengers. 

Later I walked to the front of the plane so I could stretch my legs. A man who was seated about six rows in front of me reached out his hand, wanting to shake mine. He
left another twenty-five dollars in my palm.

When we landed I gathered my belongings and started to deplane. Waiting just inside the airplane door was a man who stopped me, put something in my shirt pocket, turned, and walked away without saying a word. Another twenty-five dollars! 

Upon entering the terminal, I saw the soldiers gathering for their trip to the base.

I walked over to them and handed them seventy-five dollars. 'It will take you some time to reach the base. It will be about time for a sandwich. God Bless You.'

Ten young men left that flight feeling the love and respect of their fellow travelers. 

As I walked briskly to my car, I whispered a prayer for their safe return. These soldiers were giving their all for our country. I could only give them a couple of meals. It seemed so little...

A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to 'citizens of United States 'for an amount of 'up to and including my life.' 

That is Honor, and there are way too many people in this country who no longer understand it.' 

 Submitted by: 'A Gentle Giant & Bucksnort'
Editor's Note:  Don't care if it's True or Not, It should be the way Everyone reacts to similar situations.  Remember there are those sleeping without pillows on the hard ground to protect you and your Rights, Besides those that ALREADY have done so.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Grateful: A Love Song to the World

Musicians Nimo Patel and Daniel Nahmod brought together dozens of people from around the world to create this beautiful, heart-opening melody. Inspired by the 21-Day Gratitude Challenge, the song is a celebration of our spirit and all that is a blessing in life. For the 21 Days, over 11,000 participants from 118 countries learned that “gratefulness” is a habit cultivated consciously and a muscle built over time. As a famous Roman, Cicero, once said, “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” This soul-stirring music video, created within a week by a team of volunteers, shines the light on all the small things that make up the beautiful fabric of our lives.

Written and produced by  Nimo Patel and  Daniel Nahmod.
Video from KarmaTube

 Be The Change!
"Share this video with family and friends today as a springboard to reflect collectively on all that each of you is grateful for."
Submitted by: 'Todd Comber'

Written and produced by Nimo Patel and Daniel Nahmod.
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Musicians Nimo Patel and Daniel Nahmod brought together dozens of people from around the world to create this beautiful, heart-opening melody. Inspired by the 21-Day Gratitude Challenge, the song is a celebration of our spirit and all that is a blessing in life. For the 21 Days, over 11,000 participants from 118 countries learned that “gratefulness” is a habit cultivated consciously and a muscle built over time. As a famous Roman, Cicero, once said, “Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.” This soul-stirring music video, created within a week by a team of volunteers, shines the light on all the small things that make up the beautiful fabric of our lives.
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Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Lisbon Project UNIFY Week Starts Dec. 2‏

Members of the Lisbon High School Project UNIFY are gearing up for the week-long inclusive week of activities.  Pictured (l-r):  Back Row-  Austin Fournier, Jake Patenaude, Olivia Bulgin, Richie Thuotte, Delanie Ouellette,  Jeremy Wilson, Nichole Jones, Lacey Thomsen, LHS Teacher, Jody Benson.  Middle Row – Cameron Ramich, Paige Galligan, Cassandra Pace, Sarah Craig,  Stefan Smith, Abigail Roy, Dustin Wood
First Row – Tabitha Porter, Andrea Danforth, Shayla Pesce, Chelsey Harrington.  FMI on other events and programs in Lisbon Schools find us on FaceBook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools.

Lisbon - Lisbon High School Project UNIFY Inclusive Schools Week Activity Calendar Dec. 2-6, 2013

Monday Dec. 2, 2013

Inclusive Schools Week Daily Announcement about Respect and Lisbon HS Core Value


Project UNIFY Wall of Character/Core Value Essay Project Begins

Lisbon HS Banner in front lobby to be signed by all students & staff designating supporting Inclusive Schools Week and its activities

Project UNIFY – Minute to Win It Activity #1 to be done in all Advocacies

Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013

Inclusive Schools Week Daily Announcement about Diversity and 
 Lisbon HS Core Value Innovation

Project UNIFY – Minute to Win It Activity #2 to be done in all Advocacies

Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013

Inclusive Schools Week Daily Announcement about Responsibility and Lisbon HS Core Value Application

Project UNIFY – Minute to Win It Activity #3 to be done in all Advocacies

Thursday, Dec. 5, 2013

Inclusive Schools Week Daily Announcement about Tolerance and Lisbon HS Core Value Civil & Social Expectations

Project UNIFY – Minute to Win It Activity # 4 to be done in all Advocacies

Project UNIFY Wall of Character/Core Value Essay Project Winners Announced (Winners receive a Little Caesars Pizza for lunch)
Ice Cream Sundaes will be served to all students during 1st & 2nd lunch as a thank you for participating in the activities for the week to celebrate Inclusive Schools Week and to show we are all unique individuals with individual differences but together as a small group we can be better and as a whole school we are the BEST!

Friday, Dec. 6, 2013

Inclusive Schools Week Final Daily Announcement /Thank you to students and staff at Lisbon High School

Special Olympic Athletes & Project UNIFY Partners participate in a Tennis Training Day at Bates College

Note to Advocacy Teachers: These activities have been approved by the Administration and we would like to ask you to support this week by encouraging your students in Advocacy to participate. Sustained Silent Reading is on hold from Monday to Thursday if students participate.   You can’t mandate students to participate but hopefully you feel this is important enough to convince students to become involved.   All Minute to Win It Activities will be delivered to your classrooms with the directions & a tally sheet to keep track of individual student’s accomplishments as well as your Advocacy as a team working together.  Please bring the materials back to Room 108 after Advocacy so the next group can utilize them the next day.  Please do not throw anything away or give to the students. Thank you in advance for your support in promoting Inclusive Schools Week at Lisbon High School.

Thanks for supporting Project UNIFY’s  Inclusive Schools Week Activities at Lisbon High School Dec. 2-6, 2013.

Submitted by:

The Lisbon High School Special Olympic Athletes & Project UNIFY Partners and Team Members.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Lisbon Senior Jenna Clifford Volunteers Internationally‏


Lisbon – During the summer months, most teenagers spend their time off from school working extra shifts at their places of employment, enjoying the beach, spending time with friends, and relaxing with their favorite pastime activity.  Over the summer, Jennifer Lynn Clifford, a member of the Lisbon High School Class of 2014, and a young adult Lisbon volunteer, embarked on a journey of passion, commitment and dedication by volunteering her summer in Ghana, Africa.

  Jenna, participated in a youth trip through the Free the Children group.  Group members built a school along the coast in a small village of Asemkow,  a few hours from the capitol Accra, (population 800 people).  Jenna and other members of the group broke ground for a third school building.  Volunteers made and carried cement for the two standing buildings scheduled to open in September.  Students also worked on a bathroom and sanitation project, broadened their cultural horizons in the Ghanaian world, and joined young girls from the community on their water walks.   Students witnessed first-hand how much of an issue clean water is  in the region.  

Volunteers witnessed children as young as three carrying water three times a day.   Jenna saved and worked toward bringing this trip to fruition with her own fundraising efforts over the past four years.  “ I wanted to strengthen education globally and by doing so I hope to increase an appreciation for education in my home community,” shared Jenna.  Jenna, is the daughter of Christie Clifford of Lisbon Falls and Dan Clifford of Sabattus.  FMI on more projects and events by Lisbon student visit us on Facebook at Community Resource News in Lisbon Schools or call 754.0021 or email

Thursday, September 26, 2013

BrasscheckTV: Was the Navy Yard shooter a mind control experiment gone wrong?‏ (assassination-studies-1/this-technology-exists-it-has-for-decades)

This technology exists: It has for decades
Even the lame stream media admits it

'My ELF Weapon': More Proof Navy Yard Shooter Targeted with Mind Control Weapons

 The mainstream media is reporting that suspected Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis carved the phrases "My ELF Weapon" and "Better off this way" into his weapon before 12 people were reportedly killed with it in a mass shooting this week. ELF typically stands for extremely low frequency, the type of waves used in everything from weather weapons to mind control devices.

Can you imagine having voices talk to you, directly inside your head, for weeks on end? What if you went to authorities only to find they thought you were insane? What if those voices wouldn't stop? What if they commanded you to do something you didn't want to, something unspeakable, over and over and over, even invading your sleep without reprieve? What if they finally promised you rest, finally promised you that you would be "Better off this way" if you just did what they asked?

While we don't really know what happened that day, more and more it appears that Alexis had been a target of directed energy weapons. The Washington Post is even admitting that ELF is used in conjunction with 'weather efforts'! Discussion that would have been considered the talk of crazy conspiracy theorists even six months ago is apparently mainstream now...

My Article:
WP story:
WT story:

Twitter: @TruthstreamNews

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Strange facts about the Navy Yard shooting. 
The strangest thing is that the "unbelievable" 
technology to do this to people exists and has for
- Brasscheck

 ELF: Extremely low frequency

It is absolutely possible to “broadcast” sound directly to a single person so that it sounds like it it’s coming from within your own skull and no one else can hear it.

I first saw a demonstration of this in the 1980s and in the 1990s I met someone who independently developed some of the technology to do this (which was picked up by the military as soon as they found out about it.)

Was Aaron Alexis a victim of this weapon?

Some facts:

Alexis said he was hearing voices in his head.

He claimed these voices were keeping him up all night (sleep deprivation will drive anyone crazy.)

He carved “My ELF weapon” into the stock of his shotgun.

Is any of this proof of anything?

No, but it’s worth paying attention to...especially since the technology to do this exists.

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Navy Yard Shooting, Facts You Won't Find or Hear About In The Lame Stream Media

From someone in the know: 
I'm continuing to write about the Washington Navy Yard here because I have represented those wonderful police officers for fifteen years and the fact that this page has developed a fairly large following.

The call for the active shooter went out around 8:25 a.m. on Monday morning. As I noted in my earlier postings, only six police officers were on duty at the time with five of those officers in fixed posts. Chief of Police Mike McKinney was on road patrol and was the first to respond to the scene. He met the security officer (who was later killed) at the front door who told the chief that the shooter was on the 4th floor and warned him of the overlook into the atrium.

Chief McKinney put out the call for mutual assistance and at that time Captain Bobby Eason arrived. Both immediately went to the 4th Floor - it was chaotic as people fled for their lives - they got to the 4th floor and the shooter (we will not mention his name) had moved into a stairwell - there are 6 stairwells in that bldg.
The police radios were not working inside the bldg. and possibly dead - (we have had a number of issues with the Navy on providing adequate radios to officers - which has also fallen on deaf ears) and communications was virtually non-existent. In the meantime, the officers could see injured or deceased victims and were hearing gun shots. They headed toward the gun shots down to the third floor - someone had pulled the fire alarm making it extremely difficult for the two officers to hear where the shots were precisely coming from.

In the interim, the officers who were on fixed posts had closed up their posts and had to run almost half a mile from their posts to try and get to the NAVSEASYS building which is down on the Anacostia River.
Why did they have to run??? Because the Navy had taken away their patrol cars as a cost savings measure. So now we have two officers in the NAVSEASYS Blgd - officers running a half mile because of no police cars after working all night, virtually no communications because of a poor radio system and the inability to switch over to the Metropolitan PD Radio frequency, as other police departments are able to do.

The Washington Navy Yard Police Officers still entered the building without concern for their own safety to try and stop this fellow. The security guard told the officers where the Chief and Capt were.

By then, the Chief and Capt were down on the third level and found two victims apparently dead. This guy was moving around. Seven minutes AFTER Chief McKinney sounded the request for mutual aid, MPD Officers started arriving. By then the chief and captain had been joined by two other security officers. Still shots were being fired and echoing through the building. Officers were teaming up with WNY Police Officers who knew the building layout.

At some point, this guy apparently made it to the first floor where he confronted the security officer - executed him and took his sidearm. He then headed back up the stairwell and was confronted by an MPD officer where they exchanged gun fire and an MPD Officer was shot multiple times in the legs. The shooter fled.

Washington Navy Yard Police Officers found the fallen officer and evacuated him to the rooftop for medevac - while other officers continued to hunt for this guy. This guy was now just shooting at anything that moved while people still fled the building. Finally he was confronted by a US Park Police Officer with an M-4, along with another police officer on the second floor who killed this guy with a shot to the head. And then it was over.

I'm disappointed that the coverage has not spoken about the heroism of the Washington Navy Yard Police Officers - the lack of equipment and the lack of manpower along with the Navy's general indifference to civilian law enforcement. But we WILL get that message out.

To chief McKinney, Captain Bobby Eason, FOP NDW Chairman Anthony Meely and all the WNY Officers who risked their lives, you are heroes in my eyes even if the Navy refuses to recognize your sacrifices.

Stephen G. DeNigris, Esq.

Monday, September 23, 2013

Vietnam POW 40th Reunion News Coverage

On May 24, 1973, President and First Lady Nixon hosted American Prisoners of War held captive in Vietnam for the largest dinner ever held at the White House.

40 years later, the Richard Nixon Foundation hosted what was perhaps their last reunion gathering. The following is a collection of television and print news coverage.

No matter what one thinks of Nixon now - watch this!

Submitted by: "Curt B." a Vietnam Fighter Pilot Veteran with a little side bar notation.

Paul Kari, you are interviewed in the video. 
After he left office, I had the honor to fly he and Pat from MIA to DCA on a B727.  I was the Captain on the flight and got on the plane from the ramp, no one was around, I walked onto the plane wondering if I had the correct gate and if I had just wasted a preflight.  I walked on board and the President and Mrs. Nixon were alone in First Class, the plane was hot with no ground AC or electrical power.  I introduced myself and apologized for the cabin temp and said that I’d correct it immediately.   He was very pleasant and said “thank you”.  I found out later that they turn the AC off so the bomb sniffing dogs can do their job.
Nixon sure didn’t back off from the Democraps, wish we had him in office now.
Cheers, Curt
With thanks to Cush.
From: Joseph Cushing  

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

News Media Corruption: "Why America is the greatest country in the world..."‏ Lisbon You Are At A Similar Crossroads Currently, Will You Help Or Continue To Hope Someone Else Does?

The answer is kind of obvious to everyone who
lives practically anywhere else in the world, but 
it's still news to many Americans. 
A frank answer to:
"Why is America the greatest country in
the world?"
Warning: Harsh language. 
- Brasscheck

From "Newsroom": Harsh language warning

Why America is the greatest country in the world...

An answer without the bullshit

This aired on HBO on a show called "Newsroom."

It's a testament to the US's dense and comprehensive propaganda system that you can watch US TV for tens of thousands of hours and never come across something so straightforward and accurate.

I don't know what the actual show is about.

If I have one critique of this: He's awfully nostalgic about a past that didn't quite happen the way he remembers it.

 Submitted by: Todd Comber

An answer without the bullshit
This aired on HBO on a show called "Newsroom."

It's a testament to the US's dense and comprehensive propaganda system that you can watch US TV for tens of thousands of hours and never come across something so straightforward and accurate.

I don't know what the actual show is about.

If I have one critique of this: He's awfully nostalgic about a past that didn't quite happen the way he remembers it.

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