‘Ow about I just bust your ‘Ead? Eh?

FBI investigating Hillary again


James Comey on the job……

Stolen election??????


You betcha!



Two From TL

To Alter Or Abolish A Nasty, Bloody Business Si vis pacem…

via Two From TL — Western Rifle Shooters Association

Thought for the day…..

Through out history changes has never been brought about by the masses

Change has always been effected by the efforts of a determined few

From Christianity to the Magna Carta to the Soviet empire

It has always been the drive of a few visionaries who through sheer force of will

Have forced the change to come about

Yes, there is a point where the masses are involved, but only after they have been manipulated into the position of action by other forces

“The exercise of power is determined by thousands of interactions between the world of the powerful and that of the powerless, all the more so because these worlds are never divided by a sharp line: everyone has a small part of himself in both.”

Vaclav Havel

Trump will not say if he will accept the results of the election

Those who make peaceful revolution impossible will make violent revolution inevitable.
John F. Kennedy

Southern cornbread Enchiladas(Casserole)

Skill level- Easy


Fairly deep pan (3″) 8 “X 8″ or could be done in two loaf pans

1 1/2 pound ground chuck or better

1 – Medium onion, chopped

4- Seeded and veined Jalapeno peppers (Substitute Poblano if you want no heat)

2- cloves chopped garlic

2-16 ounce cans of quality red enchilada sauce

(Hatch, El Monterey etc. If all you can get is old el paso or  Chi Chi’s, take a pass on this or make your own)

2 Tsp. garlic powder

2- Tbls. Chili powder

12- Oz. Queso blanco cheese shredded

8 Oz. Colby cheese shredded

1- 9″ skillet cornbread 1″ thick (Not sweet) or any corn bread cut to 1″

*Note: Using 9” you will have some left over


*Fry the hamburger with the onion, jalapenos and garlic. Keep warm

*Cut cornbread to fit into pan, lining the bottom completely

*Have the enchilada sauce heated in a pan and pour half over

the cornbread

*Sprinkle on half of the chili powder and half of the garlic powder

*Spread a layer of Queso cheese on evenly using half of required amount

*Spread the hamburger mix evenly over the top

*Put on the remaining Queso and Colby cheese

*Pour remaining enchilada sauce over the top and sprinkle with

remaining chili and garlic powder

*Cook in pre-heated 350 oven for 35 minutes

*Let stand 5 minutes before serving

NOTE: If you are after the real Enchilada and don’t mind

serious prep time go here: