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There are some people who will NEVER believe; no matter what type of evidence that is presented, or how valuable that evidence is, there will always be skeptics somewhere in the crowd who just will not believe.
There are some people who will NEVER believe; no matter what type of evidence that is presented, or how valuable that evidence is, there will always be skeptics somewhere in the crowd who just will not believe. As for today, … Continue reading
Okay, But how about some shared Responsibility? The U.S. government announced on July 27 that it will continue to spend millions of taxpayer dollars to fund English, history, and civics courses, as well as naturalization legal services to foreigners seeking … Continue reading
Just a good read from me to you… I have been nigh on dying to get to this site and share with you some of my life’s more interesting bits; however, when the editor rings, work must be done. I’m … Continue reading
Is the USA the only country that prepares amongst its Allies? There has been an overwhelming amount of talk regarding the North Korean regime and in parlance, it is noted that this is as a consequence. Although this defected regime … Continue reading
Retrospectively, what a week! Whew-we! While the big man is away literary making historic moves on behalf of our country and every citizen or non-citizen who lives here – I ask you very cordially, did the press cut the guy … Continue reading
If You Claim to be an American, just read and comment! Have you ever experienced one of those days, moreover, daze would be a better word. It is not like anything happened or occurred wrongly, it is far more the … Continue reading
Muslim scholar draws 1,000 for Cal Poly speech on dangers of ‘Islamophobia’ Dalia Mogahed came to Cal Poly’s campus Saturday preaching a message of unity, and the nearly 1,000 people who filled Chumash Auditorium responded in kind — engaging in a … Continue reading
Media again blames Trump for Obama error The Department of Homeland Security reversed itself Wednesday saying that a young man, identified by USA TODAY as the first Dreamer to be deported by the Trump administration, had valid protective status despite … Continue reading
Functioning versus Nonfunctioning and Attitudes Oh! How I have waited ⸻ It seems now as if it has been years and indeed, it has! Today marked the end of the first business week for our new president. And I realize … Continue reading
Another Exceptional Year ⸻ wish there was more to report Well, as the days are coming to a close on yet another year, let us be people with hearts full of thanksgiving, learning, wisdom, and above all, let us be … Continue reading