27 May 2015 Leave a comment
Yup, I only have 75 days before I return to the salt mine. So not much in the way of deep critical anaylsis posting here anytime soon. That being said, this is a jalapeño stuffed with a habanero and garlic butter.
20 May 2015 8 Comments
I was at the Capitol building in Sacramento yesterday and attended a meeting involving state funded mental health care. What a farce! One politician was bragging about the 1 billion plus dollars that he helped steal. He went on to state he wants to start educating 1st graders about suicide and other mental health issues.
Another speaker spewing big government/Nanny state programs. These groups focus on K-12 students. Training them to believe that government is the answer to all of life’s problems.
This Hillbilly crashed the stage!
23 Apr 2015 Leave a comment
Because it was all smoke and mirrors in order to obliterate the best government ever conceived by mankind…
“The war-cry employed to train the Northern mind for the
deeds contemplated by the agitators was “No extension of
slavery ! ” Was this sentiment real or feigned ? The number…
of slaves (as has already been clearly shown) would not have
been increased by their transportation to new territory. It
could not be augmented by further importation, for the law of
the land made that piracy. Southern men were the leading authors
of that enactment…
It may, therefore, be reasonably concluded that the ” war-cry ” was employed by the artful to inflame the minds of the less informed
and less discerning…”
THE RISE AND FALL OF THE CONFEDERATE GOVERNMENT
Photo-Federal troops invading someone’s home in Atlanta. Yeah, so much for that pesky 3rd amendment thingy…oh but wait! That’s right the Constitution was being murdered, so….
22 Apr 2015 5 Comments
Thinking cap still on? Good! Use it…
“The North offered the South the Corwin Amendment to the U.S. Constitution in March 1861 that would have made slavery per…manently legal in America if they would rejoin the union. The South refused and the Constitution of the Confederate States of America banned the international slave trade. Most educated Southerners were in favor of gradual orderly emancipation, which would have prevented segregation and Jim Crow laws, which were based on Northern black codes. Slavery was already a dying institution before the war.”
THE GRAY BOOK
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Photo-Ashville NC UCV Reunion 1920