May 2013

Will that All-American Hot Dog You Get at the Ballpark be going Chinese?

Take me out to the ball game. Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and crackerjacks, but you may way to stop there soon. Smithfield Foods Inc., the largest producer of all-American hams, hotdogs and bacon may be sold to Shuanghui International. Speculators are wondering if U.S. regulators will approve the biggest […]

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New Obama FBI Pick- James Comey. A Former GW Bush Cabinet Member? Huh?

The new FBI candidate choice, James Comey was the former U.S. Deputy Attorney General who served in George W. Bush’s administration from December 2003 to August 2005. He apparently bumped Lisa Monaco off of the short list. Lisa is the 4th Assistant Attorney General for National Security in the Obama administration. Correct me if I […]

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The Signs of Inflation are All Around Us

ent out to buy some stamps this afternoon. It got me to thinking about the inflation thingy. I bought my stamps. They no longer have a price on them, which as a former stamp collector as a kid, I find a bit odd. The USPS now calls them “Forever Stamps”. Supposedly, they last forever. Fat […]

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How to Let Our Politicians Off the Hook 101

In response to a story on how Obama blamed Rush Limbaugh and those like him for “gridlock” a reader of the article had this response: Sorry, but I find it a bit disingenuous to blame Obama for all of our ills. Our system has been corrupted for quite some time. Obama is simply a continuation […]

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Promoting Gun Control in Our Public Schools

he indoctrination begins at an early age in public schools. If you are not fitting into the accepted narrative, why you can get your little self suspended. In Suffolk, Virginia two 7 year old boys were suspended for pretending to use pencils as guns. They could even have been banned for even drawing guns with […]

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The UN – A Peace Organization or a Deception and Tool of the New World Order?- Part 2

Congressional Declaration of War- A Thing of the Past? As a U.S. Marine Vietnam Vet, in country during the famous Tet offensive who spent time in Dong Ha, Phu Bai and Quang Tri, I have a personal connection to the war in Vietnam. Hence, I have a natural curiosity on  facts, hidden or revealed related […]

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