Since SCOTUS decided to over rule Roe vs Wade, it has been incredible what people are saying - and doing. The meltdowns are nothing if not sensational, and usually laced with expletives that would make a sailor blush. If you believe that only the uneducated use that kind of language, you would be wrong. One … Continue reading The Basic Right
There has NEVER been a "leaked draft" of a decision by The Supreme Court of the United States on any case in the past. Now the Ether is filled with reports of meltdowns by the left, warnings of impending doom for women's "healthcare" in the media, and social media so active it's probably causing server … Continue reading Leaked Draft??
They had been married about as long as most people could remember. They married young, and had lived a long and good life. But she died. After the funeral was over, everyone had gone home, and he stayed with his daughter and her husband for a few days. One of those days, the littlest boy, … Continue reading Out of the Mouths of Babes
Lt. Gen (ret) Michael Flynn writes in the Western Journal: (emphasis added) "In front of America stands a cold, dark and determined monster. This monster seeks to destroy this country. To those of us the monster fears and hates, it screams racist, conspirator, deplorable! It shouts at us, calling our passion and love for our … Continue reading This is OUR Country
Paul Harvey, ABC radio commentary, April 03, 1965: "If I were the devil... I would not be happy until I had seized the ripest apple on the tree — thee. So, I would set about however necessary to take over the United States. I'd subvert the churches first, and I would begin with a campaign … Continue reading Mission Accomplished
In the Worthy Brief devotion this morning, it encouraged us to be sure to not let ourselves develop a defeatist attitude: 1 John 5:4 "For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world--our faith." As we are entering some of the most turbulent times in … Continue reading A Winning Attitude
By Philip Reynolds The Daily Signal The winter of 1863 was a grim one for American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow—it was a grim one for the entire country. The Civil War had been raging for two years. Communities across the nation lay blanketed in an aching grief. Like years previous, Christmas had come. But it’s … Continue reading I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
Christmas on the farm always arrived in great anticipation for me and my brothers. I don't think any of us realized until we moved away from the farm just how dirt poor we really were! I dare say that all of us wouldn't trade those years for anything. We often had cousins visit to whom … Continue reading Bubble Lights
I can't believe it's 2 days before Christmas!! Where did December go? Where did 2021 go?? As a kid growing up on a farm with two older brothers, a dog or two, several cats, milk cows, sheep, a couple of ponies, and a go cart, I didn't know we were dirt poor. I don't think … Continue reading Christmas Thoughts
"We have now clear, clear evidence of collusion by senior government officials to suppress scientific discussion and debate about one of the most crucial issues that we’ve addressed over the last two years, which is whether or not lockdowns make sense," Malone said. "And the data are overwhelming. They don't." And, he continued, "the worst … Continue reading An Omicron Christmas?