website responding to a growing disrespect for the democratic process
and dedicated to promoting Christian principles, limited government,
economic freedom and individual
A small nameless
town in Texas inflicted with locoism -- not quite Jasper
. . .
YET! (An area not devoid of a rich
heritage by brave patriots however,
many of their progeny are satisfied to only talk about
ancestors. Many never truly honor them by modeling
their actions. The pioneers did
their part by carving out of the wild a
community for their families, and building her up as a respectable
center of commerce.
They gave her an honorable name too,
but their descendants not only let their town die, they wouldn't even
protect her name. Many today don't even know her names' real
allowed it to be perverted into something nearly opposite.
The pioneers who were strangers to each other,
lived their Christian faith
daily and welcomed newcomers into this community they were
Too many of their "poor relation" seem inflicted with locoism,
deceit, and distrust of newcomers to their own
were made in the '70s
and '80s to claim the towns name legally and secure it for all
time. It would have breathed new life into the community as
well as securing her name and territorial integrity, but the fearfully
inflicted distrusted the "outsiders" involved in the effort and turned
their towns' good name into mud. Mudville is actually more
this nameless town now deserves, for not only has she lost her name legally
forever, the "loco's" continue to muddy
her reputation as
exposed on this page.
a waste piece of cloth
newspaper ; especially : a sleazy newspaper
(particularly loco' newspapers who reprint talking-points from
loco' government agencies like school districts without regard for
accuracy or truth.