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The Mark: Scientist Claims Human Microchip Implants Will Become “Not Optional”

The Mark: Scientist Claims Human Microchip Implants Will Become “Not Optional”.

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Posted by on April 27, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

Rome Reports – Trajan’s Column: 1900 years of a Roman classic

 
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Posted by on March 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

 

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Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk: Why the 2,776 NSA Violations Are No Big Deal

 

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Family Garden

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Gardening is a family affair. From sowing the seeds, to weeding, keeping the critters at bay, harvesting, preserving, and enjoying the fruits of your labor it is time the family spends together.

Our garden, this year, has been a place of learning for our children, a place to play as the children dodged wads of grass their siblings lobbed through the air and chased each other around, and just a fun time as I taught the kids songs from when I was a child to pass the time. Our first vegetable harvested were radishes which we enjoyed immediately. You know I can buy the best vegetables available in at the local market and my kids would not eat them as easily as they did those radishes from our garden that their hard work produced.

They are anxiously waiting for the lettuce, beets, zucchini, watermelon, cantaloupe, pumpkins, tomatoes, strawberries and sunflowers we also planted; that is if we can keep those pesky squirrels away. We did not have the money for a fence around the garden this year so we have been trying every trick to keep the critters out. We have put moth balls around the garden (worked for a while), we sprayed the leaves with a Dawn and water solution (worked for a while), and the deer have broken through every string we put up.

My 8 year old son’s pride and joy was the Sunflowers he helped plant in the back and on the side of the garden. Over the weeks the critters have eaten the leaves of the entire back row and started on the interior of the garden. Feeling bad for my distraught son, who saw his hard work and final pay off disappearing with each night, I checked out a book from the library; it was a children’s storybook about missing sunflowers.

My son excitedly came down and announced, after reading the book, that we needed to put pepper on the leaves of the sunflowers and that it was squirrels eating the sunflowers. This made sense since one day when returning home there was a squirrel standing in the grass behind the garden nibbling away and staring me down; like I was invading his territory. So that very day we sprinkled pepper on the leaves of each plant in our garden. The next day not one plant was robbed of it’s leaves. My son jumped around in an almost victory jig. So now I have stocked up on ground pepper and we all look forward to harvest time again.

 
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Posted by on July 16, 2013 in Family, Gardening, Uncategorized

 

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Wisdom And War – Ronald Reagan

“No mother would ever willingly sacrifice her sons for territorial gain, for economic advantage, for ideology.”
-Ronald Reagan
When a politician, who has no intent on fighting themselves or sending their own children or spouses, sends our loved ones over to a foreign land to die in combat, it had better be over a critical national security crisis threatening our soil and not over territory, leadership, or resource disputes on behalf of, or in-spite of, foreign governments who can’t, or won’t, conduct their own affairs (or to reap ill-gotten resources we are not willing to produce from our own abundant supply).  In my opinion, this sort of indifference toward the lives of our own citizens is nefarious and conceives an unworthy presidency.
 
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Posted by on August 20, 2012 in Big Government, Uncategorized, War

 

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How Many Months at War?

How Many Months at War?

 
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Posted by on August 19, 2012 in Uncategorized

 

Statement from Gov. Nikki Haley on Supreme Court’s Arizona immigration law ruling

COLUMBIA – Governor Nikki Haley today released the following statement on the Supreme Court of the United States’ ruling on the Arizona immigration law:

“If the federal government would do its job, the states wouldn’t have to – but that hasn’t happened. In South Carolina, we passed illegal immigration reform that told the rest of the country we’re a tolerant state but also a law-abiding state. That’s what this has been about for us – the rule of law – nothing more, nothing less.

“Today’s court ruling is in part good news for South Carolina law enforcement. Now, they can do their job and verify that those suspected of being here illegally are actually here legally. But the ruling also underscores the need for leadership in Washington that finally addresses illegal immigration reform, and we will continue to fight for that kind of leadership.”

 

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