Monthly Archives: July 2013

Racism – The Industry

I have attached below an e-mail that I received that points out the hypocracy of the media and our politicians. The death of a young person is a terrible thing, but to use it for gain is heartless. The politicians … Continue reading

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Gun Control-Virtual President video

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First Step To A Good Life?

King David of Israel wrote,in Psalm 118:24 “This is the day the Lord has made; We will rejoice and be glad in it. Recognizing God first thing in the morning, and being determined to rejoice in a new day and … Continue reading

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Do You Believe In Machu Picchu

Do you contemplate the existence of God is kind of like a conversation I once had with, whom I thought, was an intelligent person. The subject of the Incan city built high in the Andes, but now deserted came up. … Continue reading

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The Trip To Hell Begins With A Single Step

We’ve all heard that the longest journey begins with a single step. It seems that many things begin with that first step. In our innocent age, none of us plan to become a liar, a con, a thief, a bully, … Continue reading

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Untouchables In America

I don’t believe that there is a level of humanity in America that is incapable of success. I don’t believe that this level of people are predestined or predisposed to becoming common brood sows or criminals. I don’t believe that … Continue reading

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Egypt’s Demonstrations

During the “Arab Spring” one and a half million people demonstrated, causing our government to ask for the ouster of Mubarak and recognize the Muslim Brotherhood as the new government. Today there were seventeen to twenty million people demonstrating against … Continue reading

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