Natural Disaster Survival: A Tragic Warning Why You Should NEVER Drive in Flood Waters

#NorfolkVa floods often and people still drive through the barriers.

HOUSTON, Texas — A video released by the Harris County Toll Road Authority shows a woman drowning in her car after she drove past a road barrier into a deeply flooded underpass on Monday morning. F…

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Today in History Republicans Outlawed Democrat Run Terror Groups

“The outrage began when white, Democrat KKK members attacked the white owner of a Republican-leaning newspaper. The newspaper editor, a former school teacher for black students, was defended by several black friends during the attack and this action enraged the mob further sending them on a day-long spree of murder and mayhem.

The attack was so outrageous that the Republican Party acted to essentially ban the KKK. By April 20, 1871, the GOP passed a law banning the oppression perpetrated by the KKK”

Reclaim Our Republic



One major aspect about the history of the Republican Party that is not taught in schools is that it is the GOP, not the Democrats, that is the true party of civil rights.

And today we have one more example of that truth by celebrating the 145th anniversary of the Republican Party’s essential outlawing of the Ku Klux Klan domestic terror group.

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Navy works to protect centuries-old oak tree on Norfolk Naval Station | Local Military |

I thought really interesting about Blackbeard!

“The maintenance project between the Navy and the city gave local gardeners access to a tree steeped in local history, but one that few people outside of gardening and forestry circles know about. Local legend has it that the pirate Blackbeard once climbed the tree to keep watch over the entrance to the Chesapeake Bay, according to an entry in Virginia Tech’s Virginia Big Tree Database.”

On This Day In History: The Battle of San Jacinto

“The freedom of Texas from Mexico won here led to annexation and to theMexican War, resulting in the acquisition by the United States of the states of Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, California, Utah, and parts of Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Almost one-third of the present area of the American nation, nearly a million square miles of territory, changed sovereignty.”

The Tactical Hermit

All TRUE Texans who know and love their Texas History should know this date by heart! Long Live the Soverign Great State of Texas!-SF

San Jacinto

SAN JACINTO, BATTLE OF. The battle of San Jacinto was the concluding military event of the Texas Revolution. On March 13, 1836, the revolutionary army at Gonzales began to retreat eastward. It crossed the Colorado River on March 17 and camped near present Columbus on March 20, recruiting and reinforcements having increased its size to 1,200 men. Sam Houston‘s scouts reported Mexican troops west of the Colorado to number 1,325. On March 25 the Texans learned of James W. Fannin‘s defeat at Goliad (seeGOLIAD CAMPAIGN OF 1836), and many of the men left the army to join their families on the Runaway Scrape. Sam Houston led his troops to San Felipe de Austin by March 28 and by…

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