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May 2, 2021

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Temperature reconstructions and how they vary

by Nori
Categories: Energy, General, Politics, Wising up
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Tim May has an interesting article on temperature reconstruction from Greenland ice cores up on WUWT. The article is interesting and reasonably understandable for those of us who casually follow climate science. There are two bits of the article I found particularly interesting, charting of the ice core testing results with average and historical markers […]

May 1, 2021

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Is it really your business?

As creatures of society, we’re natural nosy and intrusive busy bodies.  While there are laudable values in knowing what everyone else is doing (more able to help when help is truly needed), our native nature isn’t to good-hearted altruism.  We gossip about everyone and everything.  We have an opinion on everything and everyone.  Seldom is […]

April 29, 2021

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Maricopa Audit

by Nori
Categories: General, Politics, Wising up
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Have you been following the new on the Maricopa County Election Audit? Today the policies and procedures documents have been released. I’ve been reading through the documents and I have to say, I’m really disappointed. I freely admit that I’m anal nearly to the point of being OCD about some things. One of those things […]

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

by Nori
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 […]

November 30, 2016

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Having health care is not a milestone

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Categories: Economics, Government, Politics, Wising up
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I signed up for Apple Care, our state’s health care exchange. Until  now I’ve paid for my health care out of pocket and that has worked wonderfully well for me. I’d like to continue to do that and have a high deductible policy that covered me in case of disaster but that’s not available to […]

September 1, 2015

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Why government will fail

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Categories: Feeding the Soul, Government, Politics, Social networking, Wising up
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Obama’s press secretary is on record saying Congress is afraid of the NRA.  Silliness.  It’s we’re the government and we’re here to help trying to sway public opinion and walk on our freedoms. It’s time we began recognizing and decrying this for what it is. It isn’t “control the masses”, though it could be. It […]

August 26, 2015

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Everything Old is New Again

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Categories: Feeding the Soul, Government, Politics, Religion, Wising up
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There was a time in human history when communities were rounded up, imprisoned, dissected, murdered, starved and harvested, and the surrounding population turned a blind eye.  This complicity was national and the debasement of a whole sect of people was rationalized because they were considered sub-human.  A nation bought into this abuse because it was […]

February 26, 2013

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It’s all about what is disgusting

by Nori
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!

October 24, 2012

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Totally off the point

by Nori
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One of the things that really bothers me in political discourse is this type of thing.  This excerpt is from a TAC article by Florence King. Everybody knows who Joan Walsh is. To liberals she’s a saint, and they just might have a point: her TV guest spots have established her as Joan of Fallen […]


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