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Posts by Patti Barnett Terrell

PolitiChick State Director of Texas, Patti Terrell’s conservative roots grow deep in the heart of East Texas. She has a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from 1977. “I was a nerd when being a nerd wasn’t cool,” Patti says. Her career path continued in that direction and she currently serves as the director of a large Information Technology organization. Patti grew up “in a family of Democrats” and she was in her mid 20’s before she realized that her views leaned more toward the views of the Republican Party. “My parents still ‘think’ they are Democrats but even they have admittedly changed sides when voting.” One of the highlights of Patti’s political life was hearing Charlton Heston speak at a fundraiser for former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee during one of Gov. Huckabee’s re-election campaigns where she and her husband were hired to photograph the event. “Mr. Heston was kind enough to allow even the hired help have our photograph made with him and the Governor,” she says. Patti lives in Texarkana, TX with her husband of 30 years (Larry), 2 dogs (“but don’t tell them I called them that”) and a cat who “rules the house”. Patti loves to travel, see new places, meet new people and learn new things but “Texas will always be home.”

Noah – A Different Christian Viewpoint

Noah – A Different Christian Viewpoint

April 2, 2014 at 5:00 am / by

This afternoon I was speaking with a close friend who mentioned that her daughter and son-in-law had seen the movie Noah and they in fact were entertained.  What a novel thought; imagine that, going to a movie simply to be entertained. I am a Conservative Christian woman who has lived […]

 
Sharia in the U.S. by a Former CIA Ops Officer

Sharia in the U.S. by a Former CIA Ops Officer

March 14, 2014 at 5:00 am / by

Clare Lopez is a former CIA operations officer and long-standing rightwing activist who has worked for a number of hawkish policy institutes. She is a senior fellow at Frank Gaffney’s neoconservative Center for Security Policy (CSP), vice president of the Intelligence Summit, and a senior fellow at the Clarion Project, […]

 
Musings of an Election Judge

Musings of an Election Judge

March 9, 2014 at 5:00 am / by

I recently had the honor of serving as an election judge, at the precinct level, for the Republican primary, in the great state of Texas.  I would like to share with you my observations and thoughts on events that occurred throughout the day. First of all, while this is technically […]

 
Lt. Col. Allen West – A Man Who Believes in America

Lt. Col. Allen West – A Man Who Believes in America

March 8, 2014 at 5:00 am / by

Seeing Allen West in person, the first thing I noticed was his normalcy.  He is a nice looking, well dressed, middle-aged man with an unassuming presence…until he speaks.  That is when he becomes larger than life.  I was fortunate to be one of the first few people that he spoke […]

 
Ladies and Gentlemen, Teach Your Children Well

Ladies and Gentlemen, Teach Your Children Well

March 3, 2014 at 6:27 pm / by

Watching this video reminds me that every day is Veteran’s Day, not just the one day in November that we set aside to honor our Vets. The great men and women who put their lives on the line for this great country should always be treated with respect and honor. […]

 
An American Who Happens to be Black

An American Who Happens to be Black

December 29, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

Karen Watson is one amazing American who is fighting to get this country back to our conservative roots.  I recently had the privilege of hearing her speak and I walked away with a renewed vigor for doing my part in the war against liberal mania. Karen was invited, as a […]

 
Christmas Meatloaf

Christmas Meatloaf

December 25, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

Christmas makes me think of meatloaf.  Okay, so my family is weird.  But my Aunt Edna could make the best meatloaf ever and she made at least 10 lbs worth every Christmas.  You see my maternal grandmother outlived 4 husbands so my mom has 6 biological brothers and sisters and […]

 
Time to Vote the “Quit” Out of D.C.

Time to Vote the “Quit” Out of D.C.

September 26, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

“That boy has a whole lot of quit in him” is a quote recently made famous by comedian Ron White and one I have actually heard most of my life. It seems many of our Senators and Representatives have a “whole lot of quit in them”. They quit representing “We […]

 
While Navy Mourns, Celeb Winkler Promotes Anti-Gun Agenda (Aaayyy Fonzie–Shut Up!)

While Navy Mourns, Celeb Winkler Promotes Anti-Gun Agenda (Aaayyy Fonzie–Shut Up!)

September 16, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

At 9:50 a.m. Eastern Time, while the active shooter incident was still unfolding at the Naval Sea Yard in Washington D.C, Henry Winkler (aka The Fonz) tweeted, “ANOTHER shooting in WASH D.C. PLEASE America do nothing to promote gun control. because thats (sic) how we roll until we have all […]

 
A Bartering Tale of Guns, Guineas and Girlfriends

A Bartering Tale of Guns, Guineas and Girlfriends

September 12, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

Barter:  to exchange goods and/or services without a standard medium of exchange such as currency. As a child, did you ever swap a toy to a friend for one of their toys or maybe even give them an apple from your lunchbox for their chocolate chip cookie?  If so, then […]

 
Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?

Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning?

September 11, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

Do you remember what you were doing when you heard that the first tower had been hit? Do you remember knowing that it was not an accident but wanting so much for it to be one? Do you remember watching the second plane hit and knowing in your heart that […]

 
Truth is Stranger than Fiction

Truth is Stranger than Fiction

September 5, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

A friend recently shared an article on Facebook that gave me pause. While scrolling through my timeline, the title “Obama Announces Plan to forgive all Student Loans” caught my eye. My first thought was “then someone needs to refund the money I paid back when I had a student loan!” […]

 
Please, Just Pass the Popcorn

Please, Just Pass the Popcorn

June 21, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

Steven Spielberg predicts an implosion of the film industry and George Lucas concurs.  They are crying in their beer because it is almost impossible to get their movies into theaters today. Some say that HBO and big screen TVs have replaced Saturday matinees. Speculation is that movies will become more […]

 
Wouldn’t You Like to be a Prepper Too?

Wouldn’t You Like to be a Prepper Too?

June 13, 2013 at 9:00 pm / by

The term “prepper” came into use a few years ago after the media had effectively demonized the word “survivalist” and those who practiced prepping were looking for a more politically correct term to use.  Personally I thought survivalist was just fine but I kind of like the sound of “prepper”.  […]

 
TSA: “Transportation Security Administration” or “Thousands Standing Around”?

TSA: “Transportation Security Administration” or “Thousands Standing Around”?

May 10, 2013 at 5:00 am / by

I had total knee replacement surgery on my left knee in June of 2008. As a result I “ding” when going through security at airports so I must be “cavity searched ” (my terminology) or sent through a body scanner each time I elect to travel by air.  Since that […]

 
 
 
 

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