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San Antonio Removes Confederate Statue From Travis Park

San Antonio Removes Confederate Statue From Travis Park

We Say: San Antonio’s Summer of Appeasement continued this week. A monument entreating the viewer to remember the Confederate dead, a part of San Antonio for over 100 years is gone.  There was no vote of the citizens, no referendum. Only a small but very vocal few that convinced our City Council they had a right not […]

NEISD board votes to drop name of Lee High School

NEISD board votes to drop name of Lee High School

We Say: Political correctness has gone crazy. A school board in San Antonio, TX joins the rest of the nation’s crazies and bows to out-of-control political correctness. If removing symbols of our Civil War history is politically correct, would it not be as politically correct to begin removing symbols of our Spanish/Mexican history? Republished from MySanAntonio.com, […]

The Collision of the Castro Twins’ Political Ambitions

The Collision of the Castro Twins’ Political Ambitions

We Say: To say the National Democratic Party is in disarray is an understatement. They’ve been squandering precious weeks and months trying to replay the Presidential election and undo President Trump’s victory. For that matter, the establishment Republicans have been doing much the same. What the Democrats desperately need is a fresh young face, preferably Hispanic, […]

Tharp: SATP Will Soon be Heard on KLUP Radio – 930 AM

Tharp: SATP Will Soon be Heard on KLUP Radio – 930 AM

If you could not attend our last SATP meeting with District Attorney Nico LaHood and a renowned Australian speaker, Nick Adams, you missed a very interesting event. Mr. LaHood engaged in a lively discussion with the SATP on sanctuary cities and illegal immigration. Nick Adams told us about his relentless pursuit of the American dream. […]

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