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Mandeville, LA - Church Doctrine - On 5 March, 1836 Colonel William Barrett Travis famously drew a line in the sand at the Alamo, asking for volunteers to cross the line with him and defend the fort or stand their ground and flee to safety. Of the 180 men gathered not one took the option to flee. Fast forward to today, 230 Congressmen have voted to “defund” the moral and Constitutional atrocity that is ObamaCare, they are being threatened wit….Continue
Mandeville, LA - Many gallons of ink have been spilled and trillions of phosphorous pixels burned over the Feds-"government shutdown inspired"- shuttering of Liberty Island and the Statue of Liberty. I have asked the question "why" this is so seeing as how the Statue belongs to the People of the United States, NOT the government. I promised to locate the documentary history of the statue and prove this point beyond dispute. In light of this, I present to you the 1884 letter of….Continue
If you are wondering just what State Of The Union messages USED to look or sound like, here is a perfectly great example of one from 1885 and President Grover Cleveland….Continue
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What Dryden said was this, "Great wits are oft to madness near allied"; and that is true. It is the pure promptitude of the intellect that is in peril of a breakdown. Also people might remember of what sort of man Dryden was talking. He was not talking of any unworldly visionary like Vaughan or George Herbert. He was talking of a cynical man of the world, a sceptic, a diplomatist, a great practical politician. Such men are indeed to madness near allied. Their incessant calculation of their own brains and other people's brains is a dangerous trade. It is always perilous to the mind to reckon up the mind. A flippant person has asked why we say, "As mad as a hatter." A more flippant person might answer that a hatter is mad because he has to measure the human head. - G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy