Know Your Southern History: Major General Patrick Cleburne, CSA

Cleburne Part I: The Making of an Irish-Southern Nationalist

The following is a four-part series on the life of Major General Patrick Cleburne, C.S.A. It derives heavily from two sources, “Cleburne and His Command,” by Captain Irving A. Buck, C.S.A., (1908), and “Stonewall of the West: Patrick Cleburne & the Civil War,” by Professor Craig L. Symonds, Lieutenant U.S.N.R., (1997).  For the sake of brevity in a blog article, citations will refer to last name and page reference.

 

 

Bustamonte, I Hate You

Bustamonte, I Hate You

 

I can remember as a kid reading through my dad’s stack of Shooting Magazine and always looking forward to Skeeter Skelton’s articles.

Those articles were like western short stories…stories that briefly transported you to a simpler, honest and more rugged time.

Enjoy the ride, I know I did.

 

 

The Return Of The Gunslinger

The Return Of The Gunslinger

Spot on assessment by my friend NC Scout.

Be Self-Sufficient and Prepare Accordingly.

 

 

When Men Were Men: Capt. Ronald Speirs, US Army

Captain Ron Speirs, US Army

 

In the morally bankrupt/no testsosterone/limp dick times we live in it is important to remind ourselves that once upon a time there were REAL Men that populated the ranks of our Military.

Captain Ronald Spiers is one of my personal favorites of the Band of Brothers Series.

The Foy Battle scene (Episode 7: The Breaking Point) is EPIC!

 

Reject Modernity and Wokeness, Embrace Strength!

When Men Were Men: Gary Plauche

H/T Dissident Thoughts

 

 

A Flashback to 1984 when Gary Plauche publicly executed Jeff Doucet who had kidnapped, raped and molested his 11 year old son.

Only one Cure for a Pedophile: DEATH.