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*Declare the NRA a Terrorist Organization

I recall a conversation that some friends and I were having more than twenty years ago, on the eve of America’s bombing of Iraq months after Saddam Hussein had moved into Kuwait.  1,640 more words

The Politics Of Culture

Thoughts on Leadership: Texas Travels

By Gino Blefari

This week my travels find me in San Antonio for Real Living Momentum 2015, an event celebrating Real Living sales professionals from around the country. 388 more words

Real Estate

8 Of The Worst Idea’s for Atomic Weapons

This is from War History OnLine. 

These are some real stupid ideas.

Nuclear weapons are the most feared and revered weapons in history. Scientists have come up with many different ways to deliver them from the ridiculous to the excellent. 451 more words

The Oldest Town in Tennessee

Two paragraphs of my last blog entry, A Potpourri of Updates, referenced a recent day trip to Jonesborough, Tennessee.  I finished labeling and uploading my photos from the day, and, after viewing them again, thought I’d write a bit more about the day. 1,022 more words

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Today in Texas History - August 17

From the Annals of Bad Luck –   David Crockett was born in what is now Greene County, Tennessee (technically a part of N. Carolina at the time of his birth).  267 more words

Texas History

Happy Birthday to Davy Crockett!

Happy Birthday Davy Crockett — “The King of the Wild Frontier!”  Born August 17, 1786 in eastern Tennessee.

I grew up with Davy Crockett and his adventures as an early influence. 159 more words

Children's Stories

On Davy Crockett, Birthdays and Going Places

Today is Davy Crockett’s birthday. He is 229 but he doesn’t look a day over 50. He has aged well, eh? All that good, healthy, wild livin’ I suppose. 922 more words