Burgers ‘n Fries

This was sent to me by a buddy who is a decorated Vietnam Veteran of several tours, a former Texas Sheriff and who is one of the more passionate patriots walking our planet these days.  I thought this was well stated and addresses something that needs a little more exposure to the light of day: […]

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Fall From Grace

Watching your country pushed into 2nd or 3rd rate world status is like watching a child tumble down the stairs and you’re just out of reach, unable to stop the fall!  It all begins with a flawed ideology and ends with a pathetic lack of leadership.  Of course, it’s important to remember that Iran is […]

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Remember Pearl Harbor

Exactly 73 years ago today, on a peaceful Sunday, the Empire of Japan launched a brutal, unprovoked attack against The United States killing nearly 3,000 Americans and wounding 1,100 more. Let us take a moment to remember December 7, 1941 and the evil that was unleashed that day … that may it never reach our […]

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70 Years After

“Hero” is an overworked word that seems so easily applied to everyone from some guy in blue tights and red cape to a millionaire hitting a baseball into the stands on Sunday afternoon.   On this day we commemorate TRUE heroes, as they eternally watch over a small piece of real estate for which they […]

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Law Of The Land

We appear to have become a nation of laws, only when it’s convenient.  I keep hearing the Bundy confrontation in Nevada referred to in terms of a legal issue … that may or may not be true, depending upon how the government got it’s hands on the land in the first place. What is true […]

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Hi-Tech Robo Geeks

The only thing scarier looking than the mechanical ‘Martian’ in the radiation suit is the four legged stack of servos and circuits, arranged into a furless, robotic rendition of Rin Tin Tin!  Anyone see the movie “The Bicentennial Man?”  Well, that seems to be where we’re headed.  It would all be quite laughable, if the […]

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Upsidedown and Backwards

The capacity of the left to stand things on their head and destroy them is truly amazing … like balancing an egg on end, then smashing it!  The latest mob performing such sleight of hand is the Military Religious Freedom Foundation.  They’ve managed to get a nativity scene at a United States Air Force base […]

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One Day In History

Seventy-two years ago today, it was a typical sleepy Sunday morning in Hawaii.  A little after 8 AM Pearl Harbor was just waking up, with some people at breakfast, some attending church and others already on the tennis court or out for a morning jog.  Sailors on ships of the U.S. Pacific fleet were raising […]

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The Gift

Never forget … http://hyndmanmilitaryhistory.com/the-gift.html

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Speechless

When the great Chicago Cubs shortstop Ernie Banks retired in 1971, the first thing he said as he began his speech was, “I want to thank God for making me an American!” I wonder if he could get away with saying that today. He used two words that are becoming very unpopular these days … […]

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