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Why was alleged Tech shooter not searched, handcuffed?

It appears that Hollis Alvin James Reid Daniels, III of Seguin, a.k.a. Reid Daniels or Hollis Daniels, has at least indirectly confessed to the murder of Texas Tech police Officer … [Read More...]

Texana 10/18/2017

Texas' rich got richer in Forbes' 400 richest Americans ranking Skip the fake haunted houses and visit some of Houston's really 'haunted' places A Heritage Of Custom … [Read More...]

Pioneer by Robert Zimmerman

I loved this book written long ago by Bob Zimmerman but just now published. You can see that Zimmerman's disgust with needless bureaucracy and view of how great discovery comes … [Read More...]

Lubbock-area news for 10/18/2017

New Us 84 Traffic Signals Coming Online Wednesday TTU's Vietnam Archive Renamed to Honor War Veteran, U.S. Rep. Sam Johnson TTU Faculty Collaborate on Monty Python … [Read More...]

Abilene-area news for 10/18/2017

DCOA votes to sell AbLabs building to HSU HSU: Dr. R. Alan Culpepper explores ‘Themes form the Gospel of John’ at the Knight Lectures ACU football introduces new … [Read More...]

Wichita Falls-area news for 10/18/2017

Newest Wichita Falls city employees attend first council meeting Council grants permission for Lake Wichita Spillway mural WFISD board approves district improvement … [Read More...]

Satellite shows increased carbon dioxide coming from jungles not factories

In the second hour of Pratt on Texas today, Wednesday the 18th, we'll be joined by our friend Robert Zimmerman, noted space historian and keeper of behindtheblack.com, to discuss … [Read More...]

Lubbock-area news for 10/17/2017

Lubbock city council raises fees on residents, 6.5% increase for garbage collection, more Texas Tech Will Ask DPS to Review Procedures After Officer Shot on Campus … [Read More...]

Abilene-area news for 10/17/2017

A day with the Dyess AFB Honor Guard VIDEO Abilene man accused of sexually assaulting intoxicated victim Aggressive panhandler targeting women in Abilene - aggressive … [Read More...]

Wichita Falls-area news for 10/17/2017

City manager: Taxpayers to subsidize 1/3 of downtown hotel project Lake Wichita Spillway mural approved VIDEO Commissioners approve jail construction contract … [Read More...]

When will federal gun-runners be punished?

"[Border Patrol] Agent [Brian] Terry was on patrol with members of his team, searching for Mexican “rip-crews” that come into the U.S. to steal drug shipments or rob illegal … [Read More...]

Anti-Wimp: Homeowner sends would-be burglar running

The San Benitor Newspsaper reported: A San Benito man was arrested this past Monday, after the Cameron County Sherriff’s office say he attempted to break into a home on the … [Read More...]

Lubbock-area news for 10/16/2017

Councilman Chadis To Host Town Hall Meeting Oct 23 Lubbock police officer recruits park goers for cleanup effort Court records show Daniels completed pretrial diversion … [Read More...]

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On Virtue & the Republic

Republics are created by the virtue, public spirit, and intelligence of the citizens. They fall, when the wise are banished from the public councils, because they dare to be honest, and the profligate are rewarded, because they flatter the people, in order to betray them. -- Edwin Meese III

On Political Pessimism

Defeatist cynicism is an arrogance that we too know an outcome – we do not. Our Creator expects us to fight for good until He ends the game, not us. -- Robert W. Pratt, Pratt on Texas

On Liberty

I would rather be exposed to the inconveniences attending too much liberty than to those attending too small a degree of it. -- Thomas Jefferson to Archibald Stuart

On Right

The fool is disturbed not when they tell him that his ideas are false, but when they suggest that they have gone out of style. -- Nicolás Gómez Dávila

On Political Correctness

Political correctness never rears its ugly head independently. It always shows up as a series of actions designed, to this observer, to crush the souls of those blessed with common sense. -- Milo Yiannopoulos

On pessimism and difficulty

When you encounter difficulties, you need to be optimistic. The pessimists tend to die. --Zhou Youguang

On American Liberals

Liberals claim to want to give a hearing to other views, but then are shocked and offended to discover that there are other views. -- William F. Buckley, Jr.
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