One by one the progressive mayors and college presidents across the south have been chipping away at not only our heritage, but the honor of fallen heroes, many of who died in the great 'War for Southern Independence'. Actually those who would tear down these Confederate Monuments could care less about the statues themselves. It's not about these pieces of stone and bronze stained by the years. It's a power struggle between progressives and conservatives. I thought this was settled, a least for a short while with the election of Donald Trump. I was wrong, and now I fear we are on the losing side once again. Some of us are fighting back. The purpose of this blog is to inform you there is hope. We are attempting to raise funds to erect plaques honoring our fallen Confederate boys in gray. Plaques that will grace the town squares of small towns in the South where they will be welcome. Towns where the voters still have some common sense, unlike those idiots in the large cities and those poor lost young people in our universities. All denotations will be appreciated with the lion's share going to preserve the memory of those who fought and died in that great conflict.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Tomorrow's News Today

Tomorrow's News Today

Large numbers of the Revolutionary Guard have been called into Tehran from the rural areas of the country, although information is difficult to confirm at this time reports of sporadic gunfire being heard in various parts of the city are trickling in to our sources on the ground. All social networking sites have now been closed, and a dusk to dawn curfew has been imposed throughout the city. President Obama continues to waffle and will not take a definitive position on the widening protest. World leaders are struggling to deal with the situation, but realizing they have little control over the onrushing events occurring in Persia.

In other news: The proposed Turtle Walk under highway 27 in Florida has been deleted from the stimulus package. It has been determined that a net fence could be constructed for $15,000 as opposed to the original $3,000,000 allocated for the construction of the "Turtle Walk" beneath the road. Die-hard "Turtle Walk" supporters still contend however that the original project would have employed 100 workers whereas the fence project would only employ 10 workers and for a shorter period of time. Mean while the turtles are SLOWLY going about there business oblivious to the outcries from both sides of the debate.

by Ron Russell at TNT

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