Friday, December 25, 2009

Best commercial from any automaker I've seen.
16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
John 3:16
This, my friends was the most sincere gift in the history of mankind.
Yet doth the star of Bethlehem shed a luster pure and sweet;
And still it leads, as once it lead, to the Messiah's feet.
O Father, may that holy star glow every year more bright,
And send its glorious beams afar to fill the world with light.

Amen. --- William Cullen Bryant

Friday, December 11, 2009

Are Americans finally starting to wakeup? Article from POLITICO: Bush closes the gap - Ben Smith - Bush closes the gap

Sunday, December 6, 2009

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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Well Said - Ace of Spades HQ Blog:
The Democratic instinct to crush free speech is surpassed only its sister predisposition to crush religion.
Tolerance? Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-Calif.): IRS should scrutinize Catholic bishops - "Who elected them to Congress?" she says...
After all, Alec & most of his lefty pals were ready to leave the USA behind when GW won the election....Tolerance isn't the Libs strong point. Just ask Rep. Lynn Woolsey (D-Calif.)
Watch yourself though - this group is also backed by the People for the American Way, & I can't remember the last time I agreed with ANYTHING Alec Baldwin has said...
Help protect the basic American freedoms that were hard won by our founding fathers and mothers. Becom a Born Again American today:
Born Again American

Friday, October 30, 2009

House Democrats plan new taxes, fees and government mandates on insurers, doctors and drugs - Now THAT will make the cost of Health Care cheaper - Nancy Pelosi can't buy a clue.

Monday, October 26, 2009

State launches boycott of 'unconstitutional' federal laws ( )
Cap and Trade Congress in 2010
17. "The American Revolution would never have happened with gun control." ~Ronald Reagan
12. "The United State's Constitution (c) 1791. All Rights Reserved."
11. "64,999,987 firearms owners killed no one yesterday." ~Rev. John Peterson
10. "Assault is a behavior, not a device." ~Rev. John Peterson
9. "You don't shoot to kill; you shoot to stay alive." ~General George Patton
4. "An armed man is a citizen. An unarmed man is a subject." ~Ben Franklin
2. "Those who trade liberty for security have neither." ~John Adams
3. "Free men do not have to ask permission to bear arms." ~Henry Clay
Thanks to R. Madison, San Antonio, TX


1. "Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not." ~Thomas Jefferson

Friday, October 16, 2009

Psst...Hey Obama, Here's that clue you need to spur job growth.... Cut taxes and regulations on small business - then they have more money to spend on, I dunno, jobs?
Obama says he's looking at any way to create jobs:
Tell him to call a conservative, at least they'd have a clue...

Friday, October 2, 2009

Remember Congressman John Murtha? Part7

THE SITUATION ROOM with Wolf Blitzer

Aired May 19, 2006 - 19:00 ET


BLITZER: There's an investigation of what happened at Haditha.'ve suggested this week that there in effect was a massacre. …

MURTHA: Well there was. There's no question about it...

BLITZER: The Marines say they're still investigating. They don't know what happened yet. The pentagon says the same thing. How do you know what happened?

MURTHA: Wolf, you read the "Time" magazine articles. There are pictures, there are photos. You don't have to talk to the military about the proof.

Need I say more?
Remember Congressman John Murtha? Part6. About that business with steering contracts and the bribery involved - I know he hasn't been arraigned, but I'm just sayin'
- Innocent until proven guilty
Remember Congressman John Murtha? Part5. He should have set the example of patriotism and support for the troops instead of commenting to aid his anti-war views. Now the Marines want nothing to do with him.
Remember Congressman John Murtha? Part 4. Being a war hero does not exempt him (especially a public servant) from scrutiny (just ask former Congreeman Duke Cunningham).
Remember Congressman John Murtha? Part3. He commented during an ongoing investigation of the Hadditha "Massacre" which turned out not to be a massacre at all...
Remember Congressman John Murtha? Part 2. He poisoned the well before the facts were known under the color of authority (as a congressman), calling them cold-blooded murderers.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

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Remember Congressman John Murtha? The jackass who accused Marines of murder before the facts came out? Here is the story of yet another hero he has defamed.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Uh Oh, here we go with the Bill & Hillary vast, right-wing conspiracy thing again...

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Prez considering plan by VP Biden to scale back U.S. forces in Afghanistan. SURE, Joe Biden knows more about war than the generals... Isn't this is how we screwed up Vietnam?

Friday, September 11, 2009

Where Everybody Is Somebody...

120px-Hico_sign_IMG_0764Image via Wikipedia

If you haven't been to Hico, Texas, you are missing out.

Located at the junction of the classic US Highway 281 and Texas Highway 6, on the Northern edge of the Texas Hill Country, Hico is a small town that is a fascinating blend of the old and the new: part of the "Old West", part Main Street and part mini-"strip mall", all in one.

Hico, TexasImage via Wikipedia

This town manages to connect two arteries that cross Texas, US Highway 281, and highway 6 , along with highway 220 and a couple of farm to market roads all in this small town known as Hico.

Hico is an interesting place to pass through, and for years, that is exactly what I did. I have blown through there so many times, rushing to get to somewhere else: Stephenville, Brownwood, even Dallas and home again to San Antonio, stopping there only to get gas or coffee and snacks.

Hico, TexasImage via Wikipedia

What I didn't know then is that Hico is a really great place to spend the day and escape the rush of the city. It is also an excellent place to help you escape the pressure of everyday life, if only for a few hours.

All that rushing around and blowing through town changed a few years ago, when we had a family reunion in Hico. That afternoon when it was over, several of us decided to stay and check out the local scenery. Wandering around town with my wife and parents, little by little, I began to discover Hico.

Hico has some VERY friendly locals, a revitalized "old town" shopping district - Pecan Street, lots of local color, outstanding steaks, excellent Tex-Mex and is home to one of the top five chocolatiers in Texas.

Hico, TexasImage via Wikipedia

Many of the buildings were built when the "Old West" was still alive and well, and have been restored to their previous look.

Hico museum director Jan Canup stands in front...Image via Wikipedia

Check out Hico Chamber of commerce: Tons of useful information concerning the town and local attractions

It also home to the Billy the Kid Museum.

Hico is known for being connected to the legend of Billy the Kid, claiming to be his home town - although there is a question of accuracy to this claim: There have been books written and claims proven and disproved.

Billy the Kid Museum operated by the Hico Cham...Image via Wikipedia

The folks at the Hico Chamber of Commerce and the Billy the Kid Museum say you should view the exhibits yourself and come to your own decision. I'm thinking there must be fairly convincing evidence to keep the legend alive.

Koffee Kup Kafe sign in Hico, TXImage via Wikipedia

I've heard that one of the best coffee shops in Texas is in Hico - the famous Koffee Kup itself! I also understand they serve one of the best pieces of pie for miles around as well!

Mexican food can be found at Jersey Lilly's Restaurant - a medium priced venue with friendly waitresses and large plates! Excellent food in a rustic atmosphere - see the tax receipts for some of the city's more infamous residents, you may be surprised!

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No visit would be complete without a trip to Wiseman House Chocolates, one of the finest chocolatiers in Texas, even recently featured in Southern Living Magazine!

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You can see the chocolate being made for Wiseman's further down the block on Pecan Street.

For the Masons among us, there is one of the oldest continuously chartered lodges in Texas located in Hico as well: Hico Masonic Lodge no. 477, AF & AM located on Pecan Street, across from Jersey Lillies Restaurant. It is always good to find friends in new places and the Lodge is a great starting point.

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If you enjoyed this brief photo-travelogue, stop into Hico sometime when you get the chance.

For more information about visiting Hico, click Here or follow the link:

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Lost Cities on the '281

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I love traveling on highways that take me to places I've never been before - I also love traveling these same highways when they take to favorite places I have visited before: Beginning with this article, I am planning an on again/off again series of articles about the small and large towns and cities along these highways and the areas surrounding them that help to shape who or what they are now.

Through the years, in my travels (with rare exception), my favorite highway has been the '281.

US Highway 281 is a highway that bisects the United States, connecting Boca Chica Blvd in Brownsville, Texas to the International Peace Garden at the Canadian Border, just north of Kelvin, North Dakota.

The Peace Towers

Hill Country farmhouse with bluebonnetsImage by jmtimages [hopeful] via Flickr

The '281 is a legendary highway to me, filled with memories of quiet late night drives taking me home to San Antone, and early morning runs outward from San Antonio to various destinations both on the '281 or on nearby highways that connect to it.

Destinations South of San Antonio include cities like McAllen, Alice, and Pleasanton. Passing through beautiful San Antonio, continuing Northward for the far greater portion of the highway's length: Blanco, Johnson City, Hamilton, Hico and Stephenville.

"These are a few of my favorite things..."

I've left out too many to name and am only covering the part of '281 where I have done most of my traveling (primarily in central Texas). Small town hamburger stands full of homemade goodness, and Tex-Mex mom and pop shops, roadside fruit stands and historical markers of Texas history.

"It's Bluebonnets and Indian Paint Brushes,"

More to come later....


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Monday, July 13, 2009

Please take a minute to sign this petition keeping Government control OUT of healthcare.

Sunday, July 5, 2009

In a time of uncertain financial markets & investments, check out this new concept for safe investing:

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

For a completely different take on global warming, climate change or whatever.... check out Anthony Watts' article "How not to measure temperature, part 51" at
'Can't wait until FOOTBALL season!!
- With T.O. gone, any bets on how "Da Boyz" will do this season? The COWBOYS that is....(AS IF anyone else actually matters!) I'm thinking they can only improve....
'Back among the living at last!
- & bidding "Adios" to yet another inspection....

As they say, "The beatings will continue until morale improves!"

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Please check out the article "'Scene in the Hill Country" - feel free to comment, good bad and otherwise - I can take it (No, Really!)
From freedom4USA (on Twitter) - This video says it all in a nutshell: Penn & Teller on the 2nd Amendment - <a href=""></a>

'Scene in the Hill Country

Luckenbach, TexasImage by wenno via Flickr

May 1-3, 2009, Luckenbach will host it's 13th Annual Hill Country Run . Featured: The bike show, live Texas Music, cold beer, games and general Hill Country craziness.

On May 8th, Cory Morrow along with Mickey & The Motorcars will heat up the Luckenbach Dance Hall - this will be a killer show! Tickets are only 14 Bucks each for a night of great music!

Gruene Hall in Gruene, Texas, United States lo...Image via Wikipedia

In the mean time, over in Gruene, Charlie Robison takes the stage at Gruene Hall on May 9th, at 9PM - tickets are $22, and this show will be well worth it - If you are unfamiliar with Charlie, this artist easily holds his own in the Texas Music scene - his video "My Hometown" was recently featured on cable's Great American Country channel.

On May 17th, Gruene Hall plays host to the Americana Music Jam featuring a literal Who's Who of modern Texas & Americanna Music including: the legendary Ray Wylie Hubbard, Jason Boland, Stoney LaRue, Micky & the Motorcars, Slaid Cleaves, Walt Wilkins & The Mystiqueros, Seth James, Cody Canada, Big House, Tom Gillam & Tractor Pull, Sean McConnell, Zack Walther & the Cronkites, Kevin Welch and the Reckless Kelly band among others. Radio New Braunfels, KNBT 92.1FM is hosting this charitable event with the proceeds going to the Hope Hospice.

Check out the multiple great artists all day long and have a blast too! All this for only 40 bucks!

Floore's DoorImage by LadyJaneGrey via Flickr

Down in San Antonio, (technically in Helotes, TX), John T. Floore's Country Store features two rising stars the Eli Young Band and the Scott Wiggins Band back to back on May 1st.

As if that's not enough Texas Music to get your feet wet, on May 2nd, Texas Music legend Ray Wylie Hubbard heats up the joint along with Jonny Burke - $15.

On May 16th hard rockin' gravelly voiced Gary Allan appears along with Rich O Toole - another great show, well worth seeing.

Stay tuned for more info - Robert Earl Keene is coming to San Antonio in June!

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Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Please checkout - Youth for Western Civilization is an organization for students who believe Western Civilization is moving in the wrong direction and want to do something about it.
Please check out - 'makes it easy to track bills, issues, or Members of Congress. Vote & comment on the things you care about. It's free & only takes a minute

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

San Antonio's Famous River Walk Doubles in Size

From: San Antonio Convention & Visitors Bureau Sent: Monday, April 27, 2009 8:10 PM

Now There's More
River Walk to Enjoy!
A new two-mile stretch of the San Antonio River Walk opens May 30. It winds north from the city's center, past the San Antonio Museum of Art. Enjoy water features, public art and a lush tropical landscape. You can take a river cruise, via a new lock and dam, all the way to the top end, and explore the shops, restaurants and Saturday gourmet Farmer's Market at the restored Pearl Brewery.
Plan your visit today

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Use S.A.V.E. coupons to get discounts on museums, tours, shopping and adventure. Also get great rates on hotels from Hill Country resorts to River Walk retreats, with prices to meet every budget, starting as low as $49!

Check out the new S.A.V.E. Summer Vacation Deals. These are great hotel packages with extras like SeaWorld ticket discounts and free meals, parking and river cruises.

Plan Your Family
Vacation in San Antonio

S.A.V.E. coupon available
Admission $26.99; Kids under 48" $19.99
Seven new water slides mark the popular waterpark's 25th anniversary. Splashtown's twenty acres of water rides make it a local favorite.
Learn more

SeaWorld San Antonio
S.A.V.E. coupon available
Admission $54.99; Kids $46.99
Swim with a sea lion, feed the dophins and see a penguin up close. Shamu and his whale friends put on a dazzling show at the world's largest marine park.
Learn more

San Antonio Botanical Garden
S.A.V.E. coupon available
Admission: Adults $7; Kids $4
Thirty-three acres of beautifully landscaped gardens with terraces, gazebos, wildlife, log cabins and a conservatory. The new Watersaver Lane showcases attractive watersaving plants. Enjoy lunch at the Carriage House Bistro.
Learn more

Schlitterbahn Waterpark Resort
S.A.V.E. coupon available
Admission: Adults $39.99; Kids $31.99
Park opens April 25. Float an ancient river teeming with wild animals, restless natives and thundering waterfalls at the new Congo Expedition ride. Schlitterbahn is one of the world's top waterparks and it's just 20 minutes north of San Antonio. Learn more

Six Flags Fiesta Texas
S.A.V.E. coupon available
Admission: Adults $49.99; Kids under 48" $34.99; Kids 2 and under FREE
The new Monster Mansion show features animatronics and a family-friendly storyline. Six Flags also has eleven roller coasters, blockbuster stage shows and a free waterpark.
Learn more

Historic Landmarks

Spanish Governor's Palace
Adults $2; Kids under 7 FREE
Dating to 1749, this national historic landmark has been described by National Georgraphic as the"most beautiful building in San Antonio."
Learn more

Historic Tours
S.A.V.E. coupons available
Admission varies

See the city's top historic sites like the Alamo, La Villita and the Spanish Governor's Palace with an experienced tour guide.
Learn more


Top U.S. Zoo
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Parent magazine says San Antonio's zoo is one of America's top ten.

How far is San Antonio?
Should you drive or fly?
Find out

Rio San
Antonio Cruises
Admission $7.75; Kids $2
See the new River Walk extension aboard a comfortable river barge. Tours leave every 15 to 20 minutes from three downtown locations.
Learn more

Off the Beaten Path
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Natural Bridge
Wildlife Ranch
Learn more

More things to do
when you come
Calendar of Events

Upcoming Events

May 5
Cinco de Mayo

May 5 to 9
Texas Conjunto Festival

May 11 to 17
Valero Texas Open

May 15 & 16
Soul Food Festival & Gospel on the Plaza

May 15 to August 8
Fiesta Noche Del Rio

Until May 25
Genome, The Secret of How Life Works at the Witte Museum

May 31
Rock'n'Roll Marathon on November 15: discount registration deadline

June 12 to 14
Texas Folklife Festival

Friday, April 17, 2009

Only 250,000 "shameful" folks attended the tea parties? Don't worry, Rep. Schakowsky - this is like a spark in dry leaves...
- Oh yeah, about that First Amendment thing...
Rep. Schakowsky (D-Ill.) says our "tea party" protests are "despicable" and shameful" and are misleading the public about the Obama plan:

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Again - from Patrick_Barrett (TWITTER):
CNN lady has a hissy fit at a #teaparty ... hilarious: #TCOT #TLOT
Thanks to joelcomm (TWITTER) - he spotted this on Patrick_Barrett :
CNN lady has a hissy fit at a #teaparty... hilarious: #TCOT ....This is GREAT!! LOL
Went to the San Antonio Tea Party - only got to stay a couple of hours, but what a blast! It was awesome seeing so many PRO-USA people there! + Ted Nugent, Glen Beck and Joe Paggs!

Saturday, March 7, 2009

Oops - Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise - "Train" is here:
1. I am a diehard fan of Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise - please check out one of my fav tunes by him/them:

Friday, March 6, 2009

Why Mr. Putin, can't we all 'just get along?
Hillary meets with Russian FM Sergei Lavrov, is sure they will not overcome all differences. Ya THINK?
Gee, where do you think this is going? Reports: Russia building anti-satellite weapons...
Why is Obama using your tax dollars to go after Rush Limbaugh?

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Says it all - From Drudge: Global Warming Protest Frozen Out by Massive Snowfall:

Monday, March 2, 2009

Texas is a state of mind....

Texas is a state of mind. Texas is an obsession. Above all, Texas is a
nation in every sense of the word.
- John Steinbeck

Subject: TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY - Thanks to Adrian Juarez of San
Antonio, TX for forwarding the following immortal quote:

"I am besieged with a thousand or more Mexicans under Santa Anna. I have
sustained a continual Bombardment and cannonade for 24 hours and have
not lost a man. The enemy has demanded surrender at discretion otherwise
the garrison is to be put to the sword, if the fort is taken. I have
answered the demand with a canon shot and our flag still waves proudly
over the wall. I shall never surrender or retreat. Then I call on you in
the name of Liberty, of patriotism, of everything dear to the American
character, to come to our aid with all dispatch. The enemy is receiving
reinforcements daily and will no doubt increase to three or four
thousand in four or five days. If this call is neglected I am determined
to sustain myself as long as possible and die like a soldier who never
forgets what is due his honor and that of his country - VICTORY OR

- William Barrett Travis, Lt. Col Commander

March 2nd is TEXAS INDEPENDENCE DAY - Brave and honorable men have given
all on our behalf. NEVER FORGET!! (Sent from the Grand Lodge of Texas)

Please join Texas in the celebration of our independence from Mexico!
- Here is an article titled "The Myth and Meaning of Texas
Independence" taken from an outstanding speech by Dr. Stephen L. Hardin,
Professor of History at the Victoria College in Victoria, Texas.

Please view this article and consider donating to:

The Texian Legacy Association

as well as to:

Save Texas History, home of the illuminating radio series "THIS WEEK IN

Please consider visiting San Antonio and see the Alamo Shrine for

If you are a Mason and will be visiting San Antonio, please contact me
via the contact link here or via the Alamo Masonic Lodge #44 AF & AM
Website at:

May good men everywhere experience freedom.
Greg Wright

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Yep, watch out - there it goes again....

Monday, February 16, 2009

Congress Goes After ‘America’s Toughest Sheriff’ - - Sheriff Joe Arpaio angered liberal Democrats in Congress, who now want the DOJ to investigate civil rights complaints against him.
Imagine that! Media ignores the story that Mo Hassan, founder of Bridges T.V. (Muslim Relations TV Network) beheaded his wife. See story here:
Looks interesting: New documentary on the way
- The Exodus Conpiracy - See the trailer here:
ReTweet: #tcot Gran Issue Approaching: Leave it to the out of touch boneheads in Hollywood to exclude the best movie. - right on the money

Sunday, February 8, 2009

SA Rodeo news from the Most Wanted Band

As you know the Most Wanted band is still alive and doing better than ever. We added new up-to-date country music for you fans, and are still keeping some of the old country tunes for you older folks.

We were called again to represent Bud Light on Feb 18th, 2009 at 6:00pm on the BIG BUDLIGHT STAGE of the AT&T Center Plaza area. Should be a blast!

We have added a couple of new band members: The Band members are: Joe Vickers (Lead Vocals / Acoustic Guitar) Gary Cumpian (Drums) Roger Gillespie (Fiddle) Randy Gilliam (Steel Guitar) Jim Clecker (Bass Guitar / Backup Vocals) Beaver Thomas (Lead Guitar / Vocals)Check out the new sound of the Most Wanted Band.

The Most Wanted Band

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Friday, February 6, 2009

Charges dropped against USS Cole bombing suspect: Legal move by Hon Susan J. Crawford upholds Pres. Obama's order to halt court proceedings at USN detention center in Cuba. New charges can be brought again later, suspect will remain in prison for now.

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Don't forget to get tickets for the Lone Star State Jam!
April 25, 2009 - Waterloo Park - Austin, TX

Artists already confirmed: Aaron Watson, Cory Morrow, Roger Creager, Wade Bowen, Ryan James, & Django Walker!

Keep checking back for more announcements at

Check out this page:

Finally, some comedians that don't assume we are all want abortion "rights", gay marriage, open borders, gun control and anything else our parents warned us about...

Thank you,

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Finally Congress notices what Fox News has said for at least a couple of years: CAIR, the Council on American-Islamic Relations has been supporting the terrorist group Hamas, and was finally labeled "a front for Muslim radicals working in the U.S." by the FBI last fall.

Monday, February 2, 2009

This clip is most excellent!!
Lord Save Us From Your Followers-The Tour
Get the full info on where it is showing here:

Lord, Save Us From Your Followers – the product of an amazing three-year journey behind the front lines of America’s so-called Culture Wars. The film is scheduled for limited theatrical release in fall of 2008. More information can be found at
Ok, I'm out there - no REALLY out there - I can be read at
'Listening to Tom Wehrle's CD called "When You Can't Wait for Tomorrow" I especially liked the song "Seventeen" - also the song "Find a Friend" both EXCELLENT tunes - check out all 12 tunes on his website at

He is also on MySpace and Facebook - I consider him to be a phenomenal musician and excellent song writer - Please give him a listen.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

In case you are wondering where I stand on these matters, never a more true statement was spoken concerning (our) freedom.... "Without national security, nothing else matters. If we can not protect the free and democratic way of our lives, all of the wonderful things will mean nothing."
Frank Chang-ting Hsieh (speaking of Taiwan), National Press Club, Washington, DC July 23, 2007

Thursday, January 29, 2009


Check it, Yo - 'Listening to Shane Howard & Goanna's "Solid Rock" video from '82

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Listened to Pink Floyd's immortal "Comfortably Numb" & now the ineffable "Wish You Were Here" - from the "Pulse" DVD...

Sunday, January 25, 2009

If you haven't found this site, you are missing out!!

Saturday, January 24, 2009

Listened to Townes Van Zandt's "Lost Highway", now Charlie Robinson's "Bandera"
Check out Michael Yon's blog - He is often embedded with US & British forces (such as during the battle for Mosul in 05.) See the war like it really is at:

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Susan Watts (Twitter) turned me on to ACT! for America, a killer site founded by Brigitte Gabriel - It defines the issues we face VERY clearly. Please check it out...
Kickin' it, living the dream and listening to Rush's "Roll the Bones"
Ok, now that THAT'S out of the way.... Who do you want to see in the conservative field for 2012 -that actually has America's best interest in mind?

Monday, January 19, 2009

Check out the Heroes Page - dedicated to the Men and Women who have courageously served our Country. Amazing true stories and awsome links...

Tuesday, January 6, 2009

I am so tired of pseudo-(but non)spiritual platitudes & athiests. For something totally refreshing & grounded, take a listen to the timeless music of Rich Mullins:
Some surprising (and some not so surprising) celebrities that "Lean To The Right"

Monday, January 5, 2009

Big Gov? Obama wants to create 3 million new jobs" 80% private sector (20% or 600,000 new government jobs?)