Three members of the Robertson family have gotten themselves into a battle all for a good cause! From July 6-17, Sadie Robertson, Uncle Si and Jase Robertson of A&E’s Duck Dynasty will hold an online charity duck call competition benefiting their favorite charities. The trio is competing to sell the most duck calls, choosing different varieties from the family’s Duck Commander line to pit against each other. The Robertsons will donate $10 from the sale of each call, or about 50 percent of the manufacturer’s suggested retail price.
Sadie has chosen the Stella’s Voice charity, Uncle Si will compete for the Wounded Warriors Project and Jase has selected the Mia Moo Fund. Stella’s Voice ministers to orphans and victims of human trafficking. Wounded Warriors offers a number of services to veterans injured in the line of duty. And the Mia Moo Fund aids children with cleft lips and palates.
So, which one will win, it’s all up to you! Watch the video below to learn more about this competition! There’s nothing to lose, except charities getting some much needed revenue!
On this episode of The Southern Geek, I am talking about why I support the Supreme Court rulings upholding Obamacare and overturning gay marriage bans. I also talk about why the confederate flag is racist and should not be supported by governments. These three issues will make some of those on the tea party sweet tea drinkers right upset with me, and that is okay with me, enjoy!
On this Animation Monday on a Tuesday, I wanted to feature some political cartoons from the 2015 Supreme Court rulings. As you know, gay marriage was legalized in all 50 states. The Obamacare subsides were upheld. Lethal injection was upheld. And other interesting rulings were handed down. I have found 20 of my favorite political cartoons that I liked and I am sharing them below, enjoy!
The fireworks show for the 2015 Oxford Alabama Freedom Festival had to be moved to Sunday Night. But, the crowd was huge and people enjoyed the fireworks show without any rain! Below are pictures and a video from the 2015 Freedom Festival fireworks show, enjoy!
For 2015, the Oxford Alabama Freedom Festival had to be moved indoors due to the heavy rain. All the events were held inside the Oxford Civic Center, and the event still had a good turnout. Below are pictures and a video featuring a patriotic parade, pet show, carnival, and some karate, enjoy!