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People can wrap themselves inside the Constitution, spew anything they choose to say, stick their tongue out in your face and declare you can't do anything about what they said. They have Freedom of Speech. Right? Yes! However, Freedom of Speech, comes married to the responsibility for ones own actions. If you say it, write it or draw it, be ready to defend it. Cower in silence, you abdicate your freedom and allow the bullies and censurers to win.

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Should #AllLivesMatter with Lt. Randy Sutton & Walt Heyer 05/27 by Southern Sense Talk Radio | Politics Conservative Podcasts

Should #AllLivesMatter with Lt. Randy Sutton & Walt Heyer 05/27 by Southern Sense Talk Radio | Politics Conservative Podcasts



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Lt. Randy Sutton,
Las Vegas metropolitan Police Department most decorated officer is the
national spokesman for non-profit law enforcement advocacy group working
to help emergency responders overcome extreme situations.  He is an
actor, activist and author.





Randy's organizations are H.E.R.O.E.S. Memorial Foundation, 53 Hours
National Spokesman, BlueLivesMatter, National Spokesman, Legacy Media
LLC  www.thepoweroflegacy.com





Walt Heyer - "At 42-years-old, (he) was, by all accounts, a happily married man with two children.



But it was then he decided to undergo gender reassignment surgery to
become a woman - a decision he would later say had a 'tremendous,
destructive process' on his life. He reverted back to being a man just
eight years later." Daily Mail, UK





Now an author & activists, he helps treat and educate on transgender issues, exposing the truth. www.sexchangeregrets.com





Dedication: Army 1st Lt. Sharon Ann Lane killed June 8, 1969 by incoming fire in Chu Lai, Vietnam.


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