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April 15, 2021

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Keeping history alive

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Categories: Feeding the Soul, Social networking, Wising up
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This is awesome! Spectacular! Enlightening! Annual Veterans Tribute Teacher Turns Student Questions About ‘Saving Private Ryan’ Into Annual Veterans Tribute Virginia Allen / @Virginia_Allen5 / April 15, 2021 Norris Learner and his wife Beth talk with Veterans Heritage Project student Jacob Jones about Learner’s military service. (Photo: Barbara Hatch) Harrison Kessel was in eighth grade when he interviewed World […]

April 15, 2021

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When the good guys fight the bad guys . . .

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Categories: General
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Freedom wins! One of the organizations I contribute to annually is the Freedom Foundation. They do really solid work to keep workers’ freedoms alive and well. Freedom in Action     Another day, another union forgery attempt foiled For the third time, the Freedom Foundation has obtained a successful outcome for a Medicaid-compensated homecare provider […]

April 6, 2021

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All things COVID

by Nori
Categories: General, Wising up
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There was an excellent article in my feed today on COVID. I’ve seen so much disinformation and wrong-headed thinking. If you look at just the facts, a wholly different picture forms. Real Covid Facts You’re Not Allowed to Know Apr 6, 2021 by NewsWithViews 4.6.21 – News with Views “Real Covid Facts You’re Not Allowed to Know” […]

April 5, 2021

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OMGosh! This is fabulous!

I’ve occasionally said (tongue in cheek) that illegal immigrants should be catapulted back over the border. We’ll be kind . . . we’ll even give them a parachute. This article has an even better plan! I love it!   Time To Do That Which We Are Accused By Lindell Denham -April 5, 2021 Are you a ‘normal, […]

April 5, 2021

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Why I support Judicial Watch

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Categories: General, Government, Politics, Wising up
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One of the foundations I support annually is Judicial Watch. They do really good things for our country and deserve every cent and more of the money I donate annually. This article is by Micah Morrison, chief investigative reporter for Judicial Watch.  Judicial Watch at the Supreme Court: Fighting for Clean Elections Battles for clean […]

March 28, 2021

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The truth about “green” energy

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Categories: Economics, Energy, General
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I’m astounded that common sense and logic have no place in the thinking of the green energy advocates. After the disaster in Texas where people froze to death because the government (federal) would not let the state (wtf?) ensure there was sufficient backup for the “green” energy when it failed, you’d think more people would have […]

March 7, 2021

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Sorry CATO, no donation

by Nori
Categories: Economics, Feeding the Soul, General
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I donate every year to a number of organizations/foundations/charities. When I shopped at Amazon I used their smile donation for Samaritan’s Purse, the best charity ever. Now that I no longer use Amazon, I’ve added them to my donation list along with Freedom Foundation, Convention of States, Heritage Action, Judicial Watch, Heritage Foundation and Sidney […]

March 27, 2013

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Weather vane mentality

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Categories: Feeding the Soul, Religion, Social networking, Wising up
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Something I read this morning sparked a thought.  We know me.  That’s always dangerous and often amusing in a “can you believe it” way.  This morning’s fireworks sparkler can be attributed to an article by IowaHawk on Breitbart on same sex marriage.  First, it’s the kind of writing I love, expressing obvious common sense with humor […]

February 26, 2013

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It’s all about what is disgusting

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Categories: Feeding the Soul, Politics, Social networking, Wising up
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I just watch the most fascinating talk about how our tolerance for disgust determines our politics.  It’s one of those illuminating discussion, one that I will watch a number of times. This is the second really illuminating thing I’ve run into in the last two weeks.  I’m on a roll!

February 13, 2013

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Life altering events

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Categories: Wising up
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You never really know what you’re capable of until you face a crisis.  You never really understand that statement . . . until you face a crisis.  Been there. Enter my life altering event . . . my very best friend in the whole world had a massive stroke.  For four months I fussed over […]


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