• Teachers Of Destruction

    By Betty Freauf


    Robert Chandler in his 2008 book SHADOW WORLD tells how Plato explained the differences between images and reality in their simplest and perhaps purest form some 2,400 years ago. He selected the shadows made by a fire in a cave to explain the difference between what we see and the reality surrounding us in the sunlight outside the cave. Shadows are only imitations of really living things, the Greek philosopher observed. The shadows on the wall of the cave present the appearance of material things, not their true nature.

    From the beginning premise, doubtlessly drawn from his own observations, Plato takes a second step, which helps us to understand deception in the modern world.   If one held people as prisoners in a cave, Plato surmised, with chains preventing them from turning their bodies and heads, the fires behind and above them at some distance would cast shadows on the wall.

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  • America’s Cultural Revolution


    By William F. Jasper

    Over the past year, America’s university campuses and city streets have erupted in rioting and pitched battles that point toward a return to the violent civil turmoil and social conflagrations of the 1960s. Masked, black-clad thugs claiming to be “anti-fascists” (thus using “Antifa” as their adopted moniker) employ fascist/communist terror tactics to silence those they deem to be enemies. Militant activists of Black Lives Matter (BLM) have likewise used rioting, violence, threats of violence, and accusations of racism to defame, cow, and intimidate their opponents, meaning virtually all white people, all police, all commentators, and all black people and members of other racial minorities who challenge the radical BLM agenda.

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  • The Second Battle of the Alamo


    A second Texas Revolution is currently brewing in the Lone Star State. This all comes as a result of a seemingly laudable plan promoted to and passed by the state’s legislature some four years ago.

    The plan involved the rebuilding and improvement of the state’s most iconic shrine—the Alamo. The plan as promoted and approved would have rebuilt certain historic structures present at the time of the 1836 battle, as well as give visitors there a better and more complete understanding of the physical environment existing at the time of the conflict.

    Consequent to the plan’s passage, Texas General Land Office Commissioner George P. Bush, whose office is now in charge of running the Alamo, brought in a number of out-of-state planners to design the project. What they came up with was something very different from what its backers originally envisioned.

    Much to their dismay, the originators of this effort were astounded to learn that the new focus of the Alamo would no longer be the 1836 battle for which it is world famous. In the words of Bush’s Master Planner George Skarmeas, “We cannot single out one moment in time.” Instead the Alamo would be transformed into a multi-cultural hodgepodge of world history. In fact, its very name would be changed.

    The site would no longer be referred to as the Alamo—instead, it would be known as the San Antonio de Valero mission. And this does not comprise the full extent of the plan’s disturbing features. Instead of rebuilding the mission’s outer-perimeter defensive walls using the original limestone as has been done at the other four San Antonio missions, the Alamo’s walls would be constructed of modern-day see-through plexiglass.

    Other bizarre aspects by the designers are also present, including a tree-lined body of flowing water coursing through the middle of the site’s Main Plaza complete with tables, chairs, and canopies under which tourists may sip their drinks in comfort. In short, the effect will be more reminiscent of a modern-day tourist theme park than that of a hallowed and sacred battleground. Needless to say, upon learning these facts Texans across the state have met this plan with vociferous opposition.

    There are now statewide efforts ongoing to ensure that it is never implemented; these Texans are outraged and adamant that a plan conforming to the original intent of the legislature when proposed and passed be enacted. It is safe to assume that this fight will be loud and ugly.

    It is also highly likely that when it is over, George P. Bush’s once-promising political career in the state will be finished.


    This video that formerly displayed the REIMAGINE THE ALAMO MASTER PLAN oddly has been yanked off of YouTube. Wonder why?

    View this video in order to see the dramatic contrast between the two plans.

    The Alamo is not art, nor is it a theme park.


  • The American Taxpayer’s Cost Of DACA’s Illegal Immigrants



    Illegal immigration is a crisis for our country. It is an open door for drugs, criminals, and potential terrorists to enter our country. It is straining our economy, adding costs to our judicial, healthcare, and education systems. —Timothy Murphy

    Eliminate Illegal Amnesties

    As a candidate, Trump pledged to “immediately terminate President Obama’s two illegal executive amnesties.”  So, why is our president repeatedly expressing empathy with the participants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)?

    Now he is saying to Congress, “Legalize DACA or I will revisit it.”  What? Supporters of Trump have already said they will exit the Trump train if he legalizes illegal aliens who broke the law.  Daily Caller says Trump is allowing Dreamers to stay and even Rush Limbaugh is fine with it.  Excuse me Rush, but this is screw the taxpayer again!

    Illegal aliens, who are eligible for DACA needed to have entered the United States illegally before 2007 and be 15 or younger at the time of their arrival. They also had to be younger than 31 years of age when DACA was officially created in June 2012.

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  • Patriot Day – Remembering 9/11

    On this day we remember the tragic 16th anniversary of 9-11, the deadliest terrorist act in world history.

    Per 2015 Census Bureau estimates, about 61.2 million Americans were born in or since 2001. When you add in people who were five or younger, it’s estimated that a quarter of the country do not remember or were not born on Sept 11th, 2001.

    With this in mind, we must never forget the nearly 3000 people who lost their life’s on this horrific and tragic day.

    It has been fifteen (16) years since September 11, 2001. It is a day seared in our hearts and minds.

    Today, we are far from where we thought we would be 16 years after the jihadi attacks of 9/11. America lost two wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and we lost thousands of American lives since 9/11. Many have allowed themselves to be lied to about the true nature of the threat without any evidence they care about their ignorance.

    Our leaders in both political parties have betrayed us and brought the Republic to a gravely dangerous point in our history. Some say we are on the brink of destruction.

    This weekend is meant to remember the dead of September 11, 2001, but it is also a time for Americans to dedicate themselves to defending freedom without apology. It is a time to recall our duties as citizen soldiers, stand in the gap and refuse to surrender one more inch to tyranny and evil.

    The cry once again is “Freedom.”

    Freedom to speak your mind without concern for whom might be offended.

    Freedom to declare the truth about America’s founding as a nation created by God’s divine providence.

    Freedom to declare our rights come from God, and no man nor any government nor any tyrannical movement can take them from us.

    But Freedom must be fought for. We are at war whether you like it or not, and this fight requires mature adults who understand what is at stake to step up and engage wherever needed.

    And our time is short.

    May they all continue to rest in peace.

  • The 2017 Texas Flood

    Ten Things that we Learned from the 2017 Texas Flood

    1. AT&T sucks and Verizon is owned by a Cajun.
    2. The Cajun Navy and Texan Navy is better equipped than the Fed Govt and is much faster.
    3. Race does not divide us, the media divides us.
    4. CNN stands for Covers Negative News and CN stands for Cajun Navy.
    5. We will find the means to cook in any situation
    6. All Lives Matter including Animals
    7. No water is too deep nor too shallow for passage.
    8. A Cajun and a Texan can launch a boat anywhere including roadways.
    9. Our strength is ” Togetherness ”
    10. Under no circumstances will we be defeated

  • A Little Perspective For My Out Of State Friends

    By Shelley Gordon Gross

    A little perspective for my out of state friends. I know that you are seeing a lot about Houston, but it is not only Houston that has been affected. We are about 90 miles Northeast of Houston and people in my small town are also being evacuated (we are fine). Also, this is a densely populated area.

    The storm has affected almost half of the population of Texas (based on the 2010 census numbers), over 11 million people. This does not include all of the people in Southwest Louisiana who are now getting rain.

    Think about this when you wonder why people in the areas of flooding weren’t evacuated. 11 MILLION PEOPLE. You cannot evacuate 11 million people.

    In hurricane prone areas we know that the people who have to be evacuated are the ones in the area where the hurricane will make landfall. As dangerous as things are right now in the areas of flooding, there would have been many, many more deaths if the counties farther south were not evacuated.


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  • Hypocrite Republicans Criticize Pardon Of Sheriff Joe

    by Kelleigh Nelson


    Hypocrite: someone who conveniently forgets their own faults to point out someone else’s.

    For what is the hope of the hypocrite, though he hath gained, when God taketh away his soul. Job 27:8

    John McCain and his leftist buddy, Jeff Flake, along with Speaker Ryan all criticized Trump’s decision about Maricopa County’s former lawman. The pardon “undermines Trump’s claim for the respect of rule of law (lex rex) as Mr. Arpaio has shown no remorse for his actions,” said McCain.  Remorse for following the law??? How about your remorse Senator for allowing all our POWs and MIAs to die in Nam because you refused to release classified records!

    What in hell is wrong with these three globalist neo-cons who are no more in the conservative camp than is Soros, the very one out to destroy Sheriff Arpaio.  Yeah, we know.

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  • Hurricane Harvey Info

    HURRICANE HARVEY INFO: If you or someone you know needs to be rescued in the Houston area please use the following resources:

    911 (only call if your life is in immediate danger)
    281-464-4851 (US Coast Guard — 5 lines below)

    318-224-2984 (Cajun Navy dispatch text + voicemail) — request help directly from Cajun Navy volunteers


    Texas Search and Rescue


    The Cajun Navy Dispatch




    When submitting your request for the rescue clearly state:
    The complete address of the rescue location, and any information (GPS coordinates) which would help rescuers finding you

    My GPS Coordinates for Android      www.play.google.com/store/apps/

    My GPS Coordinates for Apple         www.itunes.apple.com/us/app/my-gps-coordinates/

    Contact phone number and your name
    Number of people needing help and their condition
    Zello channels are experiencing high traffic so the easiest way to get your information through is to write it down and send a picture to the channel using the camera icon on the channel talk screen.

    Please use the Waze app to update current road conditions www.waze.com