The Virus Was Intentional

“She tells us right up front that this Chinese Virus was intentionally released. This was no accident, no coincidence, no foolish mistake on someone’s part. This was intentional!!! The Chinese Communists did it on purpose!” — Al Benson, Jr.

Yep, it is just a part of the ongoing war we are fighting against Marxism on all fronts. — jtl, 419


by Al Benson Jr.

Recently Tucker Carlson interviewed a Chinese virologist, a Dr. Li-Meng Yan, who has recently been banned from Twitter for daring to tell people the truth about the Chinese virus that had shut down so much of the world.

Needless to say, in this country, the Chinese virus has been a godsend to those politicians on the left who crave the power to regulate everyone’s life to the nth degree. They also see the virus as a weapon to be used against Trump in this election year. And all things considered, I have questioned the timing of the release of this virus in the year Trump is running for re-election. Accident? Years ago a politician said “Nothing happens by accident. It is all decided in smoke-filled back rooms ahead of time” or something to that effect.

The article about Tucker’s interview appeared on Zero Hedge for September…

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Song for Today: Gene Autry – Back in the Saddle Again (from Back in the Saddle 1941)

My Childhood Hero

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When I was a small child growing up on a farm near Dublin, TX, we neighbored with a man by the name of Everet Colburn and the Lightning C Ranch. Mr Colburn was a rodeo stock contractor and was partners with Gene Autry in the World Championship Rodeo and the Lightning C. Consequently I got to see Gene Autry and his wonder horse Champion almost every year.

And incidentally, just on the other side of the Lightning C lived one Harry Tompkins (9 times world Bull Riding Champion) who was married to one of Mr. Colburn’s daughters (Rosemary).

Every year they would kick off the season with a gigantic parade and rodeo there in Dublin to begin their tour through Madison Square Garden, Boston Garden, et al.

My mother’s cousin (Charlie Ben Bradbury) was Mr. Colburn’s Chute Boss. As such, he was responsible for feed for the livestock (which they…

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Biden’s private army and the militarization of American politics

Generals always want war. That is because they anticipate, after a lucrative retirement, becoming “consultants” and “lobbyists” for the big time Military-Industrial Complex. — e.g. like always, it’s all about the money. — jtl, 419

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This is not a political “scenario” or “discussion.” It’s a real plan.

Generals always want war. That is because they anticipate, after a lucrative retirement, becoming “consultants” and “lobbyists” for the big time Military-Industrial Complex. — e.g. like always, it’s all about the money. — jtl, 419

J. Michael Waller via Center for Security Policy

The deployment of military psychological warfare technology to defeat President Trump has taken on added meaning since the Washington Post first reported it last May.

Now, prominent counterinsurgency practitioners from the Global War on Terror are calling on the American military leadership to overthrow the president if the results of the upcoming election are inconclusive or in dispute.

For months the Biden camp has been using militarized rhetoric to suggest that President Trump is bent on electoral fraud and subverting the Constitution to keep himself in power.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi went to the ultimate…

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Attn: Sul Ross State University Alumni. Sign the petition if you haven’t already. — jtl, 419

Attn: Sul Ross State University Alumni. Sign the petition if you haven’t already. — jtl, 419

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Sign the Petition

Or go to:

and sign the petition. — jtl, 419

Michelle F started this petition to President, Sul Ross State University Pete Gallegos 3 minutes

On September 9, 2020, it was made aware to the general community that a group of students at Sul Ross State University are advocating to have the name of Sullivan Ross stripped from the school’s name. Without citing any reason other than he served in the Confederacy, concerned alumni, donors, and supporters of Sul Ross State University have come together to keep the University’s name.

As many of you know (and some of you may not be aware of), Sullivan Ross also:

  • raised cattle and farmed for several years.
  • served as a Texas Ranger.
  • served in the Confederate army, as did thousands of Texans including the entire 1883 inaugural faculty at The University of Texas.
  • was elected Sheriff of McClennan…

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Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation

Here are the details of the communist organization that calls itself Black Lives Matter. – jtl, 419

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Here are the details of the communist organization that calls itself Black Lives Matter.

Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation (BLM Global Network Foundation) is the national, organizing chapter of a network of 16 local Black Lives Matters chapters. [1] It is the primary organizational outgrowth of the more decentralized Black Lives Matter movement, and is a fiscally-sponsored project of the Tides Center, a subsidiary entity of the Tides Foundation, a major left-of-center donor-advised fund. [2]

Mission and Activities

BLM Global Network Foundation was founded in 2013 by activists Patrisse Cullors, Alicia Garza, and Opal Tometi in response to the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida. [3] Cullors, Garza, and Tometi created and popularized the “#blacklivesmatter” hashtag on social media that was instrumental in the early growth of the Black Lives Matter movement. [4] BLM Global Network Foundation…

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Song for the Day: Mel Tillis — Good Woman Blues

It is so sad that another great one is gone (whose gona fill their shoes?)

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It is so sad that another great one is gone (whose gona fill their shoes?)

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The Revolution Will Continue Until People Get Fed Up

And for you folks that don’t like what the colleges are teaching your kids–why do you keep paying for it? Certainly you could find someplace to educate your kids other than the Leftist University of the Americas? But you don’t bother–and so nothing will change until you decide to “bother.”


by Al Benson Jr.

Member, Board of Directors, Confederate Society of America

Many folks are wondering when this latest mad rush toward everything on the left will ever end. It seems as though every leftwing person and cause known to man is being pushed down our throats and, if you talk to the people I talk to you then you will realize they are getting fed up with it all.

I have taken note of all these pampered darlings in professional sports refusing to stand up for our National Anthem. When will such foolishness conclude? It will end when the public at large gets so completely fed up with these sports prima-donnas that they just start tuning out all the sports programs on the weekends and start doing something else. When sports ratings fall through the floor and into the basement and sports stadiums end up being one half to…

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“When Rebel Was Cool”

…I hope and pray that one day our grandchildren and other Southern grandchildren will read these accounts, otherwise they will never know the truth–a truth that sadly, today, is not allowed to be publicly told.”


A book review by Al Benson Jr.

Recently I read Ron Kennedy’s new book When Rebel Was Cool, published by Shotwell Publishing in Columbia, South Carolina. This is a book that should touch the average reader on many levels. It is a poignant story the Kennedy Brothers, Ron and Donnie’s “growing up years” from 1950-1965. Being only nine years older than the Kennedy Brothers I found myself comparing my “growing up years” to theirs.

They grew up in rural South Mississippi in a time when the results of Yankee “reconstruction” in the South had not quite worn off yet–100 years after the War of Northern Aggression I was in parts of the South in the late 1950s and so I can attest to the results of Yankee “reconstruction” in that part of the country.

Ron explained why he wrote this book, and I can identify with his reasons…

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Matt Bracken via American Partisan

Thomas Sowell put it this way: “If you are not prepared to use force to defend civilization, then be prepared to accept barbarism.” Note that he did not say “the government” or “the police department.” He said YOU.

I am. How about you? — jtl, 419


In societies living under the Rule of Law, sworn Law Enforcement (LE) officers have always been considered fully justified in applying lethal force against violent mobs during arson riots, such as those which have been occurring with regularity in American cities during the terrible summer of 2020. This was the intent and meaning of police officials publicly “Reading the Riot Act,” announcing over a loudspeaker that a violent mob had been declared to be an unlawful assembly, that is to say, a riot. Rioters who lingered on the street after that final warning could be engaged by LE at any level up to and including the use of deadly force, with no further announcement.

This was, in prior more civilized times, a basic understanding of all citizens living under the Rule of Law. This is why a police officer’s standard-issue pump shotgun was traditionally referred to as a “riot gun” long before the development of modern less-than-lethal munitions. This is also why arson riots were uncommon and short-lived. Everyone understood the ground rules. There was no right to burn, loot or murder.

Thomas Sowell put it this way: “If you are not prepared to use force to defend civilization, then be prepared to accept barbarism.” Note that he did not say “the government” or “the police department.” He said YOU.

ABR, my own acronym for the current working coalition of Antifa, BLM and the Revolutionary Communist Party of the U.S.,  are now routinely using Molotov cocktails (gasoline bombs) and other incendiary/explosive devices as offensive weapons in both an anti-personnel and anti-property (arson) role. As far as the BATFE is concerned, a Molotov cocktail is an illegal explosive device, and so are powerful high-altitude fireworks, when they are deployed at ground level as anti-personnel and anti-property explosive/incendiary grenades.

ABR deliberately uses the anonymity of their black-clad and face-masked mobs to conceal the identity of their individual bomb throwers, in exactly the same way that 19th Century Ku Klux Klan night riders carrying torches on arson missions concealed their identities with white robes and hoods. There is no moral or ethical requirement for either police or ordinary citizens protecting their communities from violent mobs to identify and ferret out the individual bomb throwers, when the rest of the mob is intentionally surrounding them in order to shield them from that identification. Because of the deliberately created synergy of bomb throwers utilizing the anonymity of the mob, the entire ABR mob becomes a legitimate target for police arrest or armed community self-defense.

Furthermore, at this writing in September of 2020, there is no moral or ethical requirement for a law-abiding American citizen to wait for a lit Molotov cocktail or any other incendiary or explosive device to crash through the window of their home or business, while ABR mobs are rampaging through the streets conducting arson attacks. Once the fires begin, morally and ethically, the same Rules for the Use of Force (RUF) should apply that would attach to a lynch mob, or to Ku Klux Klan night riders on their way to burn homes or businesses. Both KKK night riders bearing torches in olden times, and violent mobs of ABR terrorists with Molotov cocktails and other incendiary devices today, can and should be engaged by armed citizens with any necessary level of force required to halt their terroristic depredations.

In numerous recent cases, law enforcement under Leftist political control has repeatedly abdicated its traditional and expected role in breaking up violent riots and preventing arson and other terror attacks. Week by week, the level of ABR violence has been steadily escalating, and it’s logical to assume that it will only worsen as the hotly-contested presidential election draws near.

So let me be very clear: if Democrat Party governors, mayors and DAs have hamstrung their police for political reasons, and won’t allow them to protect the lives and property of their local citizens using all required force, abandoning their primary mission in order to bow to the ABR mob, then it is time for their undefended citizens to apply the clear intent of the Second Amendment. There should be deep regret about the abandonment of the Rule of Law by the Democrat Party political ruling class, but there should be no moral quibbles or hesitation by American citizens concerning the legitimacy of armed community self defense, in the absence of expected law enforcement protection.

Therefore, it is my carefully considered opinion that black-clad and masked ABR mobs, rampaging and terrorizing innocent citizens under the cover of darkness in the style of the KKK of old, may morally and ethically be taken under preemptive fire by armed citizens at any level necessary to drive them out of their peaceful neighborhoods and away from their businesses, before the terrorists can reach their targets and throw their Molotov cocktails and other explosive and incendiary devices.

As an historical note, it should be understood that the National Rifle Association was founded after the last American Civil War by former Union Army officers, (and Republicans at that), in order to empower freed African-American former slaves to defend themselves with firearms against KKK night raids. In the 19th Century, the Democrat Party, then allied with the Klan, (as the Democrats of today are aligned with Antifa and BLM), had favored strict gun control, in the form of narrowly written laws restricting the legal ownership of firearms by free black citizens.

The more things change…the more they stay the same.

A well-regulated Militia being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed.”

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‘Alpine State University’ movement starts, as students seek to change Sul Ross State University name

Attention Alumni: Sul Ross State University:

It is our duty to raise old billy hell with Pete P. Gallego (now El Presidente), the Board of Regents, The town’s people including the clubs–Loins, Kiwanas (sp?), American Legion, et al. Raise hell with anybody you know that could have any influence. We can’t let this happen.

After you read the article you will realize that education is a big part of the problem. General Ross did NOT fight for the preservation of Slavery. The war was NOT about slavery, etc.

If you need to, educate yourself by going to:

and selecting most any of the books. I would suggest DiLorenzo’s “The Real Lincoln”, “Lincoln Unmasked”, and the Kennedy Brothers “The South was Right.”

Again we can’t let this (the most lied about part of American History) happen!

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By Beck Andrew Salgado via The Big Bend Sentinel

ALPINE — As many universities across the country have seen students coming together to protest statues of individuals on campus, Sul Ross State University is no exception. Lawrence Sullivan Ross, the namesake of the West Texas university, served as a general for the Confederacy during the Civil War and fought to uphold slavery. Because of this, his legacy, perpetuated through statues on A&M and SRSU campuses and in the name of Alpine’s lone university, has begun to sour quickly.

Cory McMahan, a football player and member of the newly formed Black student council, said that the football team has met multiple times over the summer to talk about the legacy of Ross. McMahan himself had this to say about attending a school named after a Confederate general:

“It’s hard to be proud of the school you are representing when you play…

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