Thursday, December 10, 2015

Monday, October 12, 2015

Man and Satan - The 8 Second Wars

Preparation. Preparação. Zubereitung. προετοιμασία. подготовка. 準備. 준비하기. إعداد

Saturday, September 12, 2015

September Nights

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Rule Number 1

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

A Message to Islamic Savages, Tyrants, Third World Socialist Apparatchics

They are all the same. There is not one dimes difference between one or the other.

They are all Godless barbarians.

They disdain free people and strive to get into positions of power in order to conquer and destroy freedom.

They attempt to lay claim to what they could never build. Everything they touch ends in ruin, whether it is Damascus or Detroit. They at times turn on each other like a pack of wild animals such as the shia vs the sunni vs isis vs anyone and everyone.

The presence of light and righteousness is an affront to darkness. Light is understanding and life, darkness is ignorance and death.

Tyranny has entered the capital in the belly of a Trojan Horse, has opened the gates of the fort for all the wild beasts and marauders to come and plunder, rape and murder the people.

The forces of the dark ages say "Go Forth" but we will also say "Go Forth" to the people of virtue who must be zealous for life, liberty, and are the true light that destroys the bacteria and disease that seeks death and destruction.

Come this 4th of July 2015 a great day of the Lord let us show the world a resolve not seen in some time that we the American people demand no less than Life, Liberty and Freedom.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

16 Southwest College Rodeo Teams...

... competed in the 50th annual Tarleton State University Rodeo in Stephenville, Texas. This is a taste of the action from the 2012 event. Incredible action last night.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

A Cherokee Woman

As you pass through downtown Dallas sometimes you will see an old grey haired Cherokee woman sitting on a bench feeding the pigeons at a certain location near a office of affairs for the Cherokee. An office I did not know existed until I introduced myself as a descendant of a Great Grandmother who was Cherokee.

My Great Grandmother married an Irish preacher, my Great Grandfather. My Grandfather looked every way like a Cherokee.

For a long time I never saw her around until the other day when I saw her again sitting on a bench feeding the pigeons in Downtown Dallas. The Cherokee will never die.