Lies of Omission


TL Davis of Christian Mercenary and Concerned American of Western Rifle’s Shooters Association are two of the most respected voices in the Patriot community today, both of them known for their honesty, integrity and level-headedness.

TL has alerted me to a project that both of them are involved in and asked if I’d give it a plug. It’s a film project and funding is needed to get this done.
After going over and watching the short video and seeing who’s backing it, I’ve decided to give it a spot in my sidebar for as long as necessary. I’d like to ask that you go to the site, watch the short 3 minute video and decide if you think it’s worth your helping out. Yes, I’ll be making a donation closer to payday when I know I’ve got it to spare.

Clicking on the graphic near the top of the sidebar will take you to the site in a new tab or you can click the link below.

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7 Responses to Lies of Omission

  1. SemperFi, 0321 says:

    Looks like an excellent project.
    However, music is way too loud and annoying.

  2. Thanks, Kenny. Sig, as to the music, I believe it was for the trailer only.

  3. Nemo says:

    Help!!! I tried to play the vid after linking to it from TL’s site. Couldn’t get it to load. Actually I’ve never been able to play any vid that uses the Vimeo player. I’m using Win XP and Firefox on a desktop.

    Can someone please tell me what I need to do to be able to play this vid?

    • SemperFi, 0321 says:

      The really, really bad news is that you have to delete and update your Windows XP, it’s obsolete! I have the same issue with my old desktop.
      My laptops are Windows 7, which I truly hate, but they can handle all the newer upgraded materials.
      Or better yet, just buy another new laptop and hook it to a big screen, your new laptop will probably have 5x the power your old computer did.

      • Nemo says:

        Thanks for the answer. I figured it may be something like that. I guess I’ll finally have to breakdown and purchase a newer machine. I’ve heard a lot of negative stuff about Win 10. One of my sons, an IT guy, swears by Win 7 and detests Win 10.

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