Posts tagged ‘Texas’

May 17, 2010

TexasFreedom.org

Self-reliance and liberty are two very American traits that sometimes seem to be losing their value.  The importance of ALL of our rights as guaranteed by the Constitution, specifically First and Second-Amendment rights, also seem to be getting watered down in the midst of political-correctness and a more globalized economy.

We must believe in Free Men.  It is that freedom, liberty, and hard-work that is the backbone of our country and what can save our local economies and communities.  We must step up to the plate, and we must defend our freedom

TexasFreedom.org is a great site for an education and with links to additional sources.  Stand up and protect our freedom – CHECK OUT TEXASFREEDOM.ORG HERE.

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March 29, 2010

Las Canarias – Fine Dining with Local Fare

On a recent trip to San Antonio, our Good American Post staff was able to indulge in local cuisine at the Las Canarias restaurant located on the River Walk.

A menu that touts itself as “refined American cuisine, hand-selected from the finest offerings of our local Ranchers, Farmers, Dairymen and Vintners” is sure to please one’s palate.

Menu items that were of special interest to our crew included:

– Ropas Vieja on Local Tortilla (with Fresh Jalapeno, Avocado and Queso Fresco)

– Trio of Stuffed Medjool Dates (with Blue Cheese and Bacon)

– Jumbo Lump Crab Cake (with Smoked Tomato Remoulade)

– Piquillo Peppers (Cage Free Egg Salad with Guanciale)

The weather was gorgeous, the atmosphere perfect, and the relaxed dining delectable.  The complete menu can be found on their website.