Bravo Brexit

Kudos to my British cousins for putting their national security and therefore the well-being of their own people first, which is the foremost duty of a civilized nation. Cue Andrew Roberts in the Wall Street Journal (h/t NWO): Surely—surely—this is an issue on which the British people, and they alone, have the right to decide, without […]

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The Pargan Kelpie

Several days ago this headline on Fox News caught my eye, Tourist captures image of mysterious sea monster off Grecian coastline. Harvey Robertson was on a boat cruise off the coast of Parga, sailing through sea caves with his family. He was initially just trying to capture the unusual color of the surrounding water with his […]

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The Seattle Highland Games

Every July in Enumclaw, Washington, near the southern border of King County, a fabulous festival is held at the old fairgrounds. There is something for everyone– all genres of Celtic music from the traditional to modern Celtic rock, athletic events, food, a kennel show, livestock, clan booths, lectures, processions, pipe and drum competitions, dancers, and […]

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Burns Night

Originally posted January 25th, 2014. *** January 25th is Burns Night. Those inclined toward arson shouldn’t get too excited; it’s actually a holiday that celebrates Scotland’s most renowned poet. – Burns Night Robert Burns lived just 37 years but in that time is said to have written or revised 559 poems and songs. A […]

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Happy St. Andrew’s Day!

To my Scottish brethren who are scattered all over the world– Happy St. Andrew’s Day! Alba gu bràth! St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland and every November 30th is St. Andrew’s Day. has a fantastic website about this important day. They even have this Saltire Yourself app. A saltire is a diagonal cross, […]

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