Friday, May 22, 2015

1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 Fastback
Kar Kraft number 2523, this 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 is a highly documented, expertly restored and prize-winning example.

Owner Arild Thu invested over 1,200 hours in the car’s no-expense-spared restoration, leaving no part of the car untouched. To ensure the most authentic results possible, Thu consulted with renowned Boss 429 expert Ed Meyer throughout the course of the work, which was completed in July 2013.

Before describing the extensive work that went into the restoration, it is important to point out that this car has a complete known history and is highly original, including the engine, transmission, 3.91:1 rear end, interior, glass and trim and space saver spare.

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Dorkhead Sims again: Confederate flag will be burned in Missouri ceremony

Via Bob

He must be out of money again........................:)


The last time Dorkhead tried something similar was at Gettysburg College.  Which prompted me to try and have them stop the show which lead to this:

Nothin' Fancy - I Would Die for Dixie

Via Jeffery

Michelle Obama Gets Chilling Mention in Islamic State Magazine Article, ‘Slave-Girls or Prostitutes?’

Via Joe

Image source: Dabiq 

The latest edition of the Islamic State’s propaganda magazine Dabiq is prompting some double-takes over the picture of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry alongside Arab world leaders — but the issue’s vile mention of first lady Michelle Obama could cause a bigger stir.

More @ The Blaze

WACO II: Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, a former Marine who won a Purple Heart in Vietnam

 Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65Pictured as a Marine in the early 70s

The official cause of Rodriguez’ death was a “gunshot wound to the head and trunk.” Because of the nature of the fatal wound, this page believes Rodriguez was lying on the ground when he was shot in the head by a long rifle.


He was among nine bikers killed on Sunday in a shoot-out between two rival biker gangs in Waco, Texas

Callling the $PLC..............................

Via Billy

An Alabama high school student delivered a powerful impromptu prayer Thursday evening at his high school graduation as a medical emergency was taking place in the crowd.

“We don’t know what’s going on, but we will pray,” said graduating senior Christian Crawford. “We know that prayer is powerful, and we know that God is able.”

The crowd erupted in applause when Christian was finished delivering his spontaneous prayer, and the commencement ceremony continued without incident.

Civil War (sic) 150: Jefferson Davis begins imprisonment at Fort Monroe

Via Robert

Jefferson Davis was no stranger to Fort Monroe when — as the captive head of the defeated South — he arrived off Old Point Comfort aboard the Union steamer William P. Clyde on May 19, 1865.

A decade earlier he'd come as Secretary of War, prompting not only thunderous salutes from the fort's guns but also — on one occasion — a spectacular fireworks display that lit up the sky with both his name and that of President Franklin Pierce.

The West Point graduate and Mexican War veteran also had directed the garrison in a special review at the parade ground, impressing the president, the rest of the Cabinet and their wives with his superb horsemanship and warlike bearing.

But when Davis and his captors landed at the Engineers Wharf on the afternoon of May 22, he was greeted by a traitor's corridor formed by two long lines of grim-faced, blue-clad soldiers — and it extended all the way from the dock to the imposing Water Battery and the east postern bridge.

Revealed: Allied soldiers massacred Nazi SS guards during liberation of Dachau concentration camp

Via Nancy

Doctor David Wilsey

There was a lengthy screed about his black comrades-in-arms, which began with the always troubling disclaimer, “I am NOT prejudiced—whether you believe me or not”:


An Army doctor helped free the Dachau concentration camp in 1945, meticulously documenting his experiences in letters home to his wife. Hidden for the remainder of his life, the letters have resurfaced, and with them, questions about the G.I.’s we know only as heroes.
The silence must have frightened Emily Wilsey. In the seven months since her husband had gone to war, Captain David Wilsey, a 30-year-old anesthesiologist with the 116th Evacuation Hospital, had never gone more than a day or two without sending her a letter.

 Every step of the frigid, mud-soaked, and bloody Allied advance across France and Germany, he had written to her of his experiences. But now, with victory assured and the newspapers declaring the war in Europe all but over, the letters had stopped.

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Wolf Trap - Act I - Habeas Corpus Scene 1 - Limited Federal Jurisdiction

Setting the Scene: This Act is a series of scenes that will lead up to the events, the paper chase, that are going on in Montana, in an effort to persuade the Court to recognize that rights of William wolf and the limitations of federal authority, as conceived by the Founders. It will provide an understanding of what was, why it was, and what happened to deceive us into believing that it no longer existed. It will conclude with the ongoing effort to restore the proper relationship between the federal government and us.

* * *

From my early school years, I heard explanations pertaining to Habeas Corpus, the “Sacred Writ”. It could be used to remove you from unlawful detention; it could be written on a scrap of paper to be served; it could be served, on your behalf, by anyone who wanted to assist you in being removed from unlawful detention, and, perhaps even more. It was championed as fundamental to our liberty. However, little more was said of it, and it remained only as a mental symbol of something that, though not well explained, was one of the most important inclusions in the Constitution. So important that it was not included in the Bill of Rights, rather, it was part of that first venture into the creation of the new government that we have, today, the Constitution.

The Original Steel Magnolia

 mary chesnut

“No wonder men were willing to fight for such a country as ours—and such women. They were enough to make heroes of any material.”- President Jefferson Davis, C.S.A.

Mary Boykin Chesnut’s diary is a touching human and intimate history of a civilization locked in a struggle for life or death. Out of respect to her, and to preserve the authenticity of her experience, I have striven to let her speak in her own words as much as possible.

From the spring of 1861 to the summer of 1865, Mary Boykin Chesnut wrote what would become the greatest diary of the War of Southern Independence. Born in 1823, Mary was a member of some of the most powerful and prestigious families in South Carolina. “My father was a South Carolina nullifier, governor of the state at the time of the nullification row, and then a U.S. Senator,” explained Mary. “So I was of necessity a rebel born.” Mary described her father-in-law, James Chesnut, Sr., owner of one of the largest plantations in South Carolina, as “the last of the lordly planters who ruled this Southern world.” Mary’s husband, James Chesnut, Jr., was a U.S. Senator up until the secession of South Carolina, after which he served as a high- ranking Confederate official. Before the war, Mary lived in Washington, D.C., with her husband.

During the war, she traveled across the South, including Montgomery, Charleston, Columbia, and Richmond. From her vantage point at the top of Southern society, Mary was privileged with special insight into the innermost workings of the newborn Confederacy.

Camp Lone Star – Nor Shall Private Property be Taken…

Massey received at “Notice of Seizure and Administrative Forfeiture Proceeding” from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, dated November 19, 2014. In it, the government had listed weapons and ammunition, which, according to their assessment, total $1134.90. This included three .45 caliber and two 7.62 mm weapons, and over 2500 rounds of ammunition — do the math — the weapons, alone, would exceed the BATF total.

It contained both forms and inventories, listing the above items. And, there were explicit instructions on what to do to contest the forfeiture of the property. No compensation offered, just try as you might, ‘we are going to keep this stuff’.

It also cited various statutes, however, when Massey read the statutes, he did not see any applicability. If he goes to trial, the property would be evidence, and, if he doesn’t go to trial, the property should be returned. After all, it is theft to keep property if there was no crime committed with the property. But, after scrutinizing the documents, he realized that this was “civil forfeiture”, the taking of property just because they want to take it.

Now, Massey, not sure if they were trying to trick him into some sort of confession — professing to own weapons that he might not own, and realizing that there might be other traps in the forms that they wanted him to fill out, declined to complete the forms, and simply question their right to take property, under the circumstances.

So, within the time constraints in the document, he chose to respond, via correspondence, rather than government forms. After citing the many statutes that were referred to in the BATF letter, he writes, “I have read those cited sections, and I am at a loss as to what authority is being used to deny the owners said property. I see nothing that begins to suggest such authority within the context of those codes.”

He asks them to be more specific in their cited statute, and he reminded them that, according to the CAFRA Act of 2002, the Burden of Proof lies upon the Government, to wit:

The Appalachian Messenger May 22 2015

2011 Shelby GT500 Super Snake Need for Speed Edition 750HP

Via Terry Wife sent this to me and commented "There goes the IRA"

 WORLD'S ONLY OFFICIAL Shelby Super Snake Need for Speed Custom 2011 GT500 The LAST specialty car produced with Carroll Shelby


Suspect wanted for torture and quadruple murder of CEO and his family busted with a box truck full of cash

Arrested: Daron Wint, pictured in a previous mug shot, has been arrested a week after the murders

Police have captured the man suspected of torturing and killing a wealthy family and their housekeeper before setting their mansion alight a week ago.

Daron Wint, 34, had been wanted in the murders of American Iron Works CEO Savvas Savopoulos, his wife Amy, 10-year-old son Philip and housekeeper Veralicia Figueroa, who were all found murdered in their Washington D.C. home on May 14. 

The dramatic arrest just before 11.30pm on Thursday came after US Marshals located Wint at a Howard Johnson Inn hotel in Maryland, authorities said.

More @ Daily Mail

What Handcuffed Baltimore Suspect Does After He Sees News Camera

Via Joe


A Baltimore man arrested in connection to the shooting of five people, one fatally, in East Baltimore on Wednesday was captured on video collapsing to the ground while in handcuffs — seemingly right after he spotted a news camera.

More with video @ The Blaze

The Waco II Police Are Lying

 Eagles - Dirty Laundry

For the last four days a glib, specious, Waco police sergeant named Patrick Swanton has been defining the reality of what happened last Sunday in and near a Texas Region One Confederation of Clubs and Independents meeting. The meeting was in a lewdly named restaurant called Twin Peaks in a shopping center called the Central Texas Marketplace near the collision of two freeways in Waco, Texas.

“I’ve see this before,” William L. Dulaney, an interesting man who has been a soldier, a scholar and a motorcycle outlaw, said this morning about the gelded press in Waco. “The police are controlling the narrative. They have everybody who might contradict what they are saying locked up. The press believes everything the police are saying. I’ve seen this before. I’ve never seen it this bad.”

"We are all bikers now."

The Waco Police Are Lying

Comment by SJ on Feds go after biker gang members... by claiming th...

"This is a joke right?

The whole concept of a 1% is that they live on the fringe of society --- not being a sheep like 99.9% of the rest of the population.

"You only have power over people so long as you don't take everything away from them. But when you've robbed a man of everything, he's no longer in your power - he's free again.
--Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

We are all bikers now."

PVT BRYAN JACKSON BUCK SCV Camp #1769 Peletier, NC May 2015 Meeting

Mr. Eugene Guthrie of the Morehead, NC Camp gave an excellent, in-depth presentation with numerous maps concerning the tactical movements leading up to the Second Battle of Manassas and the actual event.