"Patriots are not revolutionaries trying to overthrow the government of the United States.
Patriots are Counter-Revolutionaries trying to prevent the government from overthrowing the Constitution."
The Coach’s Team (TCT) offers the best in conservative essays along with articles taken from various internet sites. The victory of Donald Trump has provided a God-sent opportunity to reverse the years of willful damage done our nation by Barack Hussein Obama.
Surrounded by cops
with guns, politicians;
their oh, so self-important, clueless, and manipulated students walked
out of classes nationwide, ostensibly to protest "gun
violence." (As inanimate, lifeless objects, guns can't be
violent by themselves, but never mind.)
March of deluded, self-important children
Our parents did not succeed in
ensuring our safety at school. So we must do it ourselves.
The killings of 17 people at Marjory
Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida may be the massacre that finally gets
federal and state governments to enact common-sense gun control
laws. That should have happened after Columbine. It
should have happened after Virginia Tech. It should have happened
after Sandy Hook. But it didn’t. ...
We are Generation Z, the generation
after millennials. We outnumber them by nearly one million and may
be the largest cohort of future American spenders since the baby
boomers. We have more than $30 billion in spending power and wield
enormous influence in family spending. Our spending power will only
increase as we begin to earn our own wages.
We will flex our muscles at the
ballot box, too. Many high school seniors will cast their first ballots this
November, and in 2020, a majority of today’s high school students will most
likely be able to vote in their first presidential election. And we will not
forget the elected officials who turned their backs on their duty to protect
Let us remind politicians like Donald
Trump, Paul Ryan and Mitch McConnell who accept donations from the National
Rifle Association and oppose efforts to restrict gun purchases that we are the
future leaders and voters of this country. Let us remind corporations
like FedEx that provide discounts to N.R.A. members that we are their future
The Stoneman Douglas students who
began speaking out after the killings last month have better articulated the
need for common-sense gun control laws and school safety than our elders ever
Notice that the kiddies who marched,
and their adult string-pullers, don't mention the shooting in Las Vegas several
months earlier...but then again, that was Vegas, and the victims were just
people who enjoyed country music.
And the students conveniently ignored
last year's Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, which occurred in a gay bar
courtesy of a Muslim
man devoted to ISIS about an hour's drive from Marjorie Stoneman
Douglas H.S. in Parkland, Florida.
All of this – and more – would
disrupt the narrative of the walkout engineered by the bigoted folks of Women's March Youth, who
brought the country the so-called Women's March, and other liberal lefty groups
who are using the walkout to get more empty headed-voters and to rail against
their favorite target (I couldn't resist): the National Rifle Association.
Well THIS'LL sure change things!
Wear orange in solidarity! You can
also take action by registering to vote: text P2P to RTVOTE (788-683) right now
to get registered or to check/update your registration! #ENOUGH
But some young people across the
country, mainly males and mainly minorities, ignored the walkout – and were in
turn ignored by the protesters and politicians – and continued their old habits
of shooting others with guns obtained by...um...unconventional methods that
bypass "commonsense gun laws" and even
the NRA, as occurred in Chicago around the walkout times.
All of the Chicago victims were under
25 and were shot not in school, but just walking down the street, in a store,
or at home.
The walkout students and their
teachers don't want to talk about these common incidents because it would raise
uncomfortable questions about certain segments of society and disrupt their
narrative that they are good and the NRA and gun-lovers are evil, so the former
group must control the country.
Today the walkout is over; the
students are back in school. Maybe even in a school where teachers
and ready. But probably not.
And amazingly, violent people, using
guns, continue to shoot other people. And will keep on shooting, no
matter what these student pawns demand.