“Death of a Nation” Trailer | Official Theatrical Trailer HD, In Theaters August 3

Not since 1860 have the Democrats so fanatically refused to accept the result of a free election. That year, their target was Lincoln. They smeared him. They went to war to defeat him. In the end, they assassinated him.

Now the target of the Democrats is President Trump and his supporters. The Left calls them racists, white supremacists and fascists. These charges are used to justify driving Trump from office and discrediting the right “by any means necessary.” But which is the party of the slave plantation? Which is the party that invented white supremacy? Which is the party that praised fascist dictators and shaped their genocidal policies and was in turn praised by them?

Moreover, which is the party of racism today? Is fascism now institutionally embodied on the right or on the left? Through stunning historical recreations and a searching examination of fascism and white supremacy, “Death of a Nation” cuts through progressive big lies to expose hidden history and explosive truths.

Lincoln united his party and saved America from the Democrats for the first time. Can Trump—and we—come together and save America for the second time? — In theaters nationwide now!

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Through stunning historical recreations and a searching examination of fascism and white supremacy, “Death of a Nation” cuts through progressive big lies to expose hidden history and explosive truths.

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WORD OF THE DAY August 23, 2018

oblige       Audio pronunciation
verb | uh-BLYJE
Definition
1 : to constrain by physical, moral, or legal force or by the exigencies of circumstance
2 a : to put in one’s debt by a favor or service
b : to do a favor for
c : to do something as or as if as a favor

Did You Know?
Oblige shares some similarities with its close relative obligate, but there are also differences. Oblige derives via Middle English and the Anglo-French obliger from Latin obligare (“to bind to”), a combination of ob- (“to or toward”) and ligare (“to bind”), whereas obligate descends directly from obligatus, the Latin past participle of obligare. Both oblige and obligate are frequently used in their past participle forms to express a kind of legal or moral constraint. Obligated once meant “indebted for a service or favor,” but today it typically means “required to do something because the law requires it or because it is the right thing to do.” Obliged is now the preferred term for the sense that Southern author Flannery O’Connor used in a 1952 letter: “I would be much obliged if you would send me six copies.”

Examples of OBLIGE
“Bessie would rather have stayed, but she was obliged to go, because punctuality at meals was rigidly enforced at Gateshead Hall.”
Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre, 1847

“The band has been playing the anniversary shows around the country since mid-2017, and after West Coast fans demanded a local performance, the nine-piece ska band from Boston happily obliged.”
Kelli Skye Fadroski, The Chico (California) Enterprise-Record, 29 June 2018

Opportunity will not interest itself in the person who isn’t interested in it.

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In a free and democratic society, the number of opportunities for achievement is virtually limitless. In every business or profession, there are innumerable opportunities to invent new products, to improve manufacturing and administrative processes, and to offer better service than the competitor down the street. But every opportunity will soon drift away unless someone seizes it and puts it to work. Anytime you are faced with a difficult problem, stop for a moment and ask yourself, “What is the opportunity hidden in this problem?” When you find an opportunity, you will be far ahead of your competitors.