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I am a Messianic Constitutional Conservative, Texas transplant from Arizona, who loves both states. I grew up the child of Camp Pendleton, breathing God, Country, Family. The world is going to hell, are you prepared?

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    Death of a Martyr Doesn’t End a War…

    Overnight parties and celebrations have erupted in not only the Western World, but in Europe as well, with the notification that Usama bin Laden has been killed by American Troops.  Of course, our self-efficating President, Barack Obama, had to get his two cents in as being the mastermind behind the killing… a man with no military experience, who seems “bored” in military briefings, and who | Read More »

    During the National Anthem…

    During the National Anthem this evening, right before the start of the Super Bowl, the cameras flash to GW & Laura Bush – and during the NA the crowd begins to cheer. Normally – I would very much be against this – however – what a way for Americans to show their unhappiness with the current administration and his direction for our country.

    Obama, China President Hu Share Intimate White House Dinner

     And here is their conversation:  Barack Obama (BO): Welcome to the White House my dear friend.  Dictator Hu Jintao (HJ): Thank you.  Thank you for allowing me to see my investment.  BO: You have long been an Idol of mine.  You and your predecessors.  I hope to learn much from this meeting.  HJ: Thank you.  Your progressive mind is just not yet appreciated.  BO: Yes.  | Read More »

    Christians, Fence Flaying, Americans and Supporting Obama

    My problem with those calling themselves Christians who supported Obama during his run for President and his subsequent take over is that you cannot serve two masters. One master will always ask you to give up the other.   Now – God – through the Ten Commandments, an ever disappearing symbol of Judeo-Christian beliefs, plainly states: You shall have no other gods before me.  That’s | Read More »

    When a Conservative visits Austin… Texas that is…

    “Sir, would you please help me break the lense on my sunglasses so I can slash my throat?”

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    The Alamo, Twin Towers and a Dead Document

    So last night my son talked me into watching “The Alamo” – John Wayne version. He wants to know why people say “Remember the Alamo” when the Alamo was a lost battle. In Texas, all 7th graders take the History of Texas and they start in the 1500’s, so right now he’s still back there with LaSalle, but they flip ahead to make it exciting | Read More »

    Adolf, Barack, Panache, and Puppets

    This comparison will feature Obama as Hitler – except Hitler was much more the genius. Hitler had no teleprompter, no speech writers, and no pre-determined group to elevate to levels of power in his government.  He was a loner who hated and despised success of those “rich”.  He spent his days with eloquent speech in the parks and bars just talking to the angry who | Read More »

    Writing a Country Song Gets you Fired in Tennessee…

    From Todd Starnes website: Football Coach Fired for Anti-Obama Song? A Tennessee middle school football coach said he got fired after he wrote a song that criticized President Obama. Bryan Glover, an assistant coach at Grassland Middle School near Nashville, co-wrote the country music song, “When You’re Holding a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail.” It was co-written by a parent who has a child | Read More »

    What Happens When We Forget…

    We have a whole generation of voters who did not learn about the Cold War let alone the horrifically violent WWII and it shows.  We have a generation of voters who will never meet a Holocaust survivor, think Hitler, Stalin, Lenin and Mao were just trying to help their people, and that us over 35 are telling fairy tales when we speak of it. We have an | Read More »

    John Wayne, jarheads, and burning bras

    Last night I got home just in time to watch “McLintock!”, one of my favorite John Wayne flicks that I haven’t seen in probably 20 years. I was glad to have watched it as there is about a 7 minute exchange of Americanism in the film – a rare find these days.  In McLintock, a bunch of farmers from the north and east are moving | Read More »