Beheaded by Muslims, Nothing New

Posted by on May 23, 2013 in Politics, Religion | No Comments

Yesterday we heard about a British military man being beheaded in broad daylight in London. As horrific as this is, consider for a moment being in Otrano some 600 years ago when Muslims beheaded 802 citizens because they would not renounce their Catholic faith. The beheadings were done in the view of the prisoners and […]

Fluoride Filters and Clean Water

Posted by on Oct 3, 2012 in Economics, Health, Parenting, Politics | No Comments
Fluoride Filters and Clean Water

“The use of the public water supply to deliver medicine is pretty bizzare when you think about it. Once you put a medicine in the drinking water you can’t control the dose.” I’m so excited about this new movie, “The Great Culling”. It is a documentary about fluoride. I firmly believe that no one on […]

Without Property…

Posted by on Jun 30, 2012 in Politics, quotes | No Comments

“When the mass of families in a State are without property, then those who were once citizens become virtually slaves. The more the State steps in to enforce conditions of security and sufficiency; the more it regulates wages, provides compulsory insurance, doctoring, education, and in general takes over the lives of the wage-earners, for the […]

A New Perspective on the HHS Mandate Fight

Posted by on Jun 6, 2012 in Health, Politics, Religion, The Void | No Comments

I came across this article the other day and I have to say it is a perspective I have not thought of yet. It makes complete sense. I really like the way this lady writes. I’ve never heard of her before, but I guess she is a guest on news shows from time to time. […]

Ron Paul is Right on the Sex Selection Abortion Ban Bill!!

Posted by on Jun 5, 2012 in Politics | No Comments

Before you react, take a deep breath and try to let your imperfect emotions, thanks to Adam and Eve, settle down.  Last week I had not even heard of this bill until a friend of mine told me about it being voted down.  My instant reaction was disgust.  How could this be voted down, it […]

Nationalize Everything, Institute Martial Law and Draft Citizens to Work

Posted by on Apr 3, 2012 in Economics, Parenting, Politics | No Comments

Sounds good doesn’t it?  t heard about this back when Obama signed it and tried to read the order, but I couldn’t understand it.  This email from Kay Granger, who I am normally not a huge fan of,  puts it into terms that made sense to me.  She should be commended for pointing this out […]

Are Your Computer, “Smart” Phone and Tablet Spying on You

Posted by on Apr 1, 2012 in Parenting, Politics | No Comments

A few months ago my husband and I were talking about the moon and whether or not it rotates.  I think it was because earlier in the day I had read in one of the kids textbooks that we always see the same side of the moon.  We went back and forth about this for […]

Keep Your Ovaries off my Rosary

Posted by on Mar 18, 2012 in Economics, Health, Parenting, Politics, quotes, Religion | No Comments

It seems as if the tables have turned. Not in actuality though, because fighting for the civil liberties of the unborn by peacefully praying the rosary outside of abortion mills is not force in any way.  On the other hand, lobbying for your government to make laws forcing others to pay for your “choice” is […]

American Dream

Posted by on Mar 3, 2012 in Economics, Politics, quotes | No Comments

“It’s called the American dream because you have to be asleep to believe it” George Carlin

John Lennon Says Over Population is a Myth

Posted by on Mar 2, 2012 in Politics, quotes | No Comments

“I don’t believe overpopulation, I think that’s just the kind of myth the government has thrown out to keep your mind off of Viet Nam and Ireland and all the important subjects.”