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North Carolina Man Pays for 11 Soldiers Bill at Chick-Fil-A

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Two brothers from North Carolina started a pay-it-forward campaign when two military men in uniform walked into a Chick-Fil-A.

Stephen and Jonathan Full took their kids to a local Chick-Fil-A when Jonathan decided to pay for two military personnel who were in line. According to Stephen’s Facebook post, the act of kindness was in honor of their brother who committed suicide a week ago, suffering from PTSD after being on tour in the Middle East,

“As he paid for their meals, in remembrance of our late brother Joshua who suffered mentally from severe PTSD, he asked them to reach out to anyone they knew with PTSD and try their best to get them the help they needed.”

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In an interview with ABC 11 Jonathan said, “It’s always been on my mind to pay for some military members’ meals when I get the chance. It just hit me real good in my heart to do it then. And it just happened.”

Thinking he was just paying for two military member, Jonathan was surprised when he turned around and nine more showed up. That didn’t change his mind. Jonathan was determined to pay for every single one of them.

“What felt moving through my heart is I didn’t care if 200 more showed. I was still going to buy the meal,” he said.

The Full brothers hope that others follow their lead by expressing gratitude to men and women in service, “the real hometown heroes are the ones whose meals were paid for,” Stephen said.

“A little random act of kindness never hurt nobody,” Jonathan said.

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Country Music Legend and Avowed Constitutional Patriot Charlie Daniels Dies at 83

Rest in peace, Charlie Daniels.

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Country music performer and hardcore constitutional patriot Charlie Daniels has died at the age of 83 following complications from suffering a stroke.

He is mourned by members of the country music scene who appreciate his legendary contributions to the genre:

In addition to being a celebrated musician, Daniels also advocated for freedom throughout his life. He was an avid supporter of the Constitution and devoted follower of Jesus Christ.

Daniels started The Journey Home Project (TJHP) in 2014 to help veterans recover from the battlefield when they return home and prevent the suicide epidemic that continues among military personnel. He held the annual Patriot Day dinner, giving awards to community heroes to help raise money for his veterans’ fund.

“I have learned a lot since we started this,” Daniels said at last year’s event. “I knew there were things our veterans needed, but I had no idea how diverse and how many there were and how badly a lot of things were needed. We think the Veteran’s Administration is going to take care of our folks, but bureaucracies are slow by definition. Some of the needs are immediate so organizations like us and others that we support—we give money to other organizations that are doing the same thing we are—we try to fill in the gaps. We try to make life more comfortable for our vets, and the things we give are needs. They aren’t luxuries. They are basic needs.”

Daniels was extremely outspoken about his conservative beliefs, frequently criticizing former President Barack Obama and supporting President Trump’s “America First” agenda to defeat the New World Order.

“Christians will never accept government as their god, and people with guns are willing to protect their stand against any government who would infringe on their beliefs,” Daniels wrote.

Some of the final posts published on Daniels’ Twitter account before his passing showed that he remained at peace with his creator until the end of his life:

“Few artists have left a more indelible mark on America’s musical landscape than Charlie Daniels. An outspoken patriot, beloved mentor, and a true road warrior, Daniels parlayed his passion for music into a multi-platinum career and a platform to support the military, underprivileged children, and others in need,” a statement issued by Daniels’ representatives following his death reads.

Daniels will be missed by millions of his fans, but his proud legacy will live on for generations.

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