Remember When Trigger Was A Horse?


Remember When Trigger Was A Horse?

I don’t mean to date myself but as a child I grew up on The Roy Rogers Show. I remember that Bullet was his faithful companion, his dog and Trigger was his horse. Dale Evans was Roy’s wife and Nellie Bell was his sidekick’s jeep. Today Roy Rogers still rides the range in syndicated reruns.

Today’s climate in America is like a sickened nightmare where normalcy is turned upside down and sideways. Kindergarten kids are expelled for pointing their finger like a gun while playing with other kids. Parents are not allowed to speak their minds at school board meetings against the hateful and pornographic curriculum so prevalent in today’s classrooms. 

We’ve seen law enforcement officers accused of racial profiling, a necessary tool to target specific trends in lawlessness. With all the hate filled rhetoric of those “mostly peaceful” exercises of the Constitutional Amendment it’s no wonder that hatred and violence is increasing against law abiding citizens of our nation.

Do you know that only US citizens have constitutional rights?

Residents who are non-citizens have the right to live and work in our country providing they do not break any of our laws or they then have the right to be deported.

In this upside down turmoil we are told is the “new normal” politicians would rather ignore and break laws which are deemed unfair or unjust, instead of correcting, changing or writing new statutes that could be signed into law by the president.

During a discussion of current events it occurred to me that by and large American’s have become complacent and gullible when it comes to politics. We vote for the people who promise us free stuff and can’t see the entrapment hanging over our heads.

Politicians are aiming at taking away every single right guaranteed by the US Constitution, and we jump right on their bandwagon.  It used to be called giving the farm, lock, stock and barrel. Today many don’t even know what a farm is? They think milk, eggs, meat and clothes all come from a store and stealing it is often totally acceptable.

We need to remember God’s instructions in the 10 commandments.

  1. Have no other gods before God.
  2. Do not worship things instead of God.
  3. Do not take the name of the Lord your God in vein.
  4. Remember the Sabbath day and keep it holy.
  5. Honor your mother and your father.
  6. Do not kill.
  7. Do not commit adultery.
  8. Do not speak falsely against your neighbor.
  9. Don not steal
  10. Do not covet.

In Luke 10:27 – He (Jesus) answered: “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind”; and, “Love your neighbor as yourself.”

Jesus also said that if you are not for Him you are against Him.

So I ask who are you a fool for – the God who created you or the deceiver of this world we live in? – RTM

3 thoughts on “Remember When Trigger Was A Horse?

  1. I grew up watching Roy, Dale, Pat, Trigger, and Bullet. Thinking back, his show was more moral than a 30-minute western. There was a message embedded in each one. There is a good movie now playing called “The Jesus Revolution,” give it a shot if you can. Myself, ” I’m for him.” Also, I never understood how Sky King could chase the bad guys, land his plane, and catch them? I do miss Penny.


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