Dead at 42: Broward County Sheriff deputy who questioned Parkland school shooting’s gun control agenda

…”…Following the December 14, 2012 Sandy Hook School massacre numerous law enforcement officers with intimate knowledge of the event’s investigation either retired or died unexpectedly. These included Connecticut State Police Major William Podgorski, who passed on, following “a brief undisclosed illness.”

As Sandy Hook researcher Tony Mead observed in 2014,

From Douglas Cottle, who died Sept 29, 2012, at age 62 to Michael Bellmore, who died May 3, 2014 at age 27, more questions than answers seem to arise. The Connecticut State Police Commander, the Connecticut State Police Commissioner, the Western Connecticut State Police Commander as well as the Connecticut State Medical Examiner have all been eliminated from the story either by retiring or death. What better way to cover up any possibility of ever disclosing the truth ? What better way to perpetuate conspiracy theories ?…”…

Has Teen Vogue Lost Its Mind?!?

Such a great article on this debaucle that teen vogue has wrought on our babies.

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This blog contains information on a topic that is sexual in nature. Some may find the topic offensive in nature……

Many adults do not pay attention to what their children are reading today, especially if they are between the Tween age to 18. You may want to start today though! Teen Vogue has released an article in their July issue written by Gigi Engle on July 7, 2017 that has caused quite a bit of controversy amongst parents.

Who is Gigi Engle?!

GigiEngelGigi Engle is a Writer, “Sexpert”, and Feminist according to her website. She is the former senior sex and lifestyle writer for Elite Daily, and her work has also appeared in other magazines such as Allure, Elle Magazine, Glamour, Cosmo, Marie Claire, Men’s Journal, Ravishly, and Bustle; all while maintaining a weekly advice column with Hinge  titled “Ask Gigi”. She also has other various…

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Our Dissent . . .


…”… We, roundly and wholly, offer dissent and are in complete opposition to the egregious, murderous and incendiary content of the play, ‘Julius Caesar’, which depicts the brutal assassination of America’s, of OUR President.”

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The Contributors of The Last Civil Right do affirm the following:

  •  The Office of the Presidency is to be respected, regardless of its occupant.
  • The President of the United States is a person whose safety is tantamount to the proper functioning of the United States of America.
  • Any person and/or entity, regardless of political affiliation or persuasion, which seeks to do harm to our President by deed or suggestion or cultural interpretation, the Office of, or both ought to be dealt with harshly and swiftly.
  • Our loyalty is to the U.S. Constitution, the People of the United States of America, and the President of the United States.
  • Our positions and writings on same are for the edification and betterment of each and all for the future of our progeny.
We, roundly and wholly, offer dissent and are in complete opposition to the egregious, murderous and incendiary content of the play…

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The Inadequacy of “Thank you”

My latest blog on The Last Civil Rights website …
Thank you for the honor of reading it, and if you feel so inclined, share as often as you like, at will …
Be well.

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This is taken from a Note I wrote on Facebook for Memorial Day 2016.

America has many problems.

For all of her problems, though, I am able to voice my discontent, assemble to protest, worship as I please, attend school; start & succeed or fail at owning my own business, work in whatever field of endeavour of my own choosing & earn as much or as little money as I choose, vote; and marry a man whom I Love.

These are among the many Freedoms I enjoy as endowed by my Creator, Elohim, and supported by the brave men and women who serve this Nation, keeping us, for the Time being, freer than any other country that has ever existed.

As with all rights and responsibilities, the keeping of those requires a shedding of blood by those who have, voluntarily, taken an oath to defend & protect those freedoms delineated in…

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Facebook: Their Hypocritical Community Standards and Policies

My sister in the struggle, and in Christ, Kuuleme Stephens.

Therein lies the rub …


…”…People often ask me why I don’t make my page friends only. I am at my limit for friends on my page and I keep my page public so others may join in on the conversations, get information they may not see anywhere else, and also gain insight to a viewpoint that they may not know about or thought of before. If I were to lock down my page, I would only be preaching to the choir.

The one thing I have personally noticed is, that Facebook doesn’t really seem to care what you say or do if you are on the Left side of the fence. If you are a Liberal, especially a racist one, you are able to say what ever you want and get away with it. Not so much if you are a Conservative going against the grain such as I am. They may give Conservatives a hard time, but try being a Black Female Conservative on Facebook! It seems pretty clear where Facebook’s allegiance lies when it come to this Race War that is going on in this country. Hell, their fanning the flames with a Flame Thrower!…”…

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***Warning Graphic Content***

We’ve seen a lot of posts about how Facebook seems to be going after Conservatives and leaning left these days. I myself have seen and experienced this numerous times on my own Facebook Page. Due to my Conservative views and being a Black Female Conservative working within the Republican Party, I have become a target of Black Lives Matter, the Nation of Islam, and White Liberals who are sympathizers to the “Pro Black Cause” on Facebook, Twitter, and even YouTube. I have been called every name under the sun other than my own, and even received direct threats as well. For example Rachael Rivera (who goes by many aliases) went on a tirade on YouTube about me for months on her YouTube Channel:

I have even done Radio Shows that discuss this very issue! As you can see from the screenshots shared in…

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Comey’s Out!

Interesting times we are living in, to be sure …

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President Donald John Trump, Sr has brought the hammer down and chosen to fire Federal Bureau of Investigations Director, James B. Comey, Jr just this afternoon, [at this writing] not even a full 30 minutes ago.

In letters addressed to Comey from the President and the Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, [now former] Director James B. Comey, Jr was fired.

The sticking point for many, as the point of alarm, especially on the Left, is the point in the letter where President Trump ‘thanks’ Comey for telling him that he was not being investigated by the FBI for being party to any real or perceived Russian intervention or molesting of American Elections during the 2016 Presidential Election Cycle.

I agree with POTUS Trump’s firing of Comey, but this should have been done the day after his Inauguration 1/21/2017, not four and three-quarter months into his organically volatile and controversial…

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Why The Debate Over The Star Spangled Banner Has Been Brewing For Over 2,000 Years

Just Thinking...for Myself statue of “The A&T Four” on the campus of North Carolina A&T University in Greensboro, North Carolina. 

Over the course of human history the goal of all protest has been to either change minds or influence behavior.

Whether it is the Civil War, the Civil Rights Movement, or Black Lives Matter, all dissent, be it corporate or individual, has as a common denominator one, if not both, of the aforementioned objectives.

But given our normal propensity to focus on what a particular protest may or may not ultimately be designed to accomplish, what is often overlooked is that antecedent to the aims of any protest are its motives.

Irrespective of the issue(s) being contended or the method(s) employed to bring said issue(s) to the attention of the masses (a requisite if any protest is to achieve its stated goals), what is inherent to any complaint, demurral, or remonstration is a standard of righteousness that is borne of a worldview – a…

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Declining Race Relations and Law Enforcement: A Christian Response

I pray that you take the time to read and share this well thought-out and written response to our current culture and racial clash from my Sister in Christ, Providence Crowder.

My Divine Valentine

Such a beautiful thought for Valentine’s or Thursdays or Mondays … for ANY day to be reminded of the the most Divine of all Loves …
I pray you enjoy this … I enjoyed writing it for … YOU! 😉

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The Last Civil Right Blogger Celeste aka Conservative Creole Celeste Claverie  Blogger/Speaker aka Conservative Creole

God day to you, Beloveds!

On this beautiful Saturday, which is also Valentine’s Day, I thought I’d share my Valentine with YOU!

I think I’ll tell you a bit about Him . . .

He Is a Wonderful Counselor, when I need an Ear to Hear my heart’s cry, and the Voice of Reason in the midst of confusion.

He Is a Hightower, when I need a place of refuge and respite from the slings and arrows of this world.

He Is my Father, when I cannot reach the Dad life has given me.

He Is my Brother and my Defender, when I must meet this world’s foes; for the battle is not mine, it is His.

He Is a Friend that sticks closer to me than my brother; therfore, I am never alone.

He Is the Lover and Saviour of my soul and His…

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But I learned once again that my Heavenly Father is Bigger . . .


I pray this finds you all prosperous and well. I’d like to briefly share something very dear to me.

Recently, my mom passed away. But as her time to transition drew closer, I actually noticed a difference in her. Though, I didn’t understand what the change was about, at the time. Each day from morning to evening she seemed to radiate more and more peace and calm.

Life hadn’t been kind to her and it seemed things might get hard for her again. There were many times during her last year when I wondered “Is this her final stretch?”

Two very dear family members were traveling to see her. Michael was traveling from Seattle, he’s her only son. And her only granddaughter, Brittany, was traveling from Oahu. I was afraid she wouldn’t last long enough to see them before her transition. I worried about leaving her for short periods of time too. You see, mom had a sweet-tooth and a finicky appetite. I was afraid that while I was at the market getting her some more Greek yogurt or peanut butter, she and the Lord would agree that it was time for her to go home. We think she waited until everyone arrived to start her transition.

But I learned once again that my Heavenly Father is bigger than ALL my concerns.

In the end, she was surrounded by perfect love. Her granddaughter had the privilege of praying over her as she went home to be with the Lord. That is truly indicative of the relationship they shared. Brittany Angelle was the best granddaughter ever. She always hovered over her and showered her with love. She would pray for her, hug, and kiss her constantly. Mom was only 4’ 11” tall but I remember how she would tease her about how “tall” she was. You’d better not let her height fool you though. She didn’t make it that far in life by being a pushover!

I am forever grateful to my Almighty and precious Lord for several things:

First, the time He gave us with her. No amount would have been enough. We still feel like it was too soon. But I’m so joyful that we could shower her with love in those final days.

I’m grateful that she got to experience what it’s like to be loved and deeply cherished. It was our way of honoring her life and her contribution to us and to this world. She got to see that it is significant and lasting.

I’m grateful that I was able to “experience her” in a way that I would not have had my sister Natalie and I not taken care of her that last year. I learned that being your true self with those whom you love is most important. Why? Because they get the blessing of knowing the “real you.”

Thank you mom! For your undying Love. For your countless sacrifices. For your life and the honor of being your daughter. For your tough love and the courage to fight and never give up on me. For loving my baby girl so very much. Now I see what a powerful and splendid thing a grandmother’s love is.

We Love you. We miss you. We honor you. We celebrate you.

Until I Can Kiss You Again Mom, Brenda Claverie Thomas

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