The Past is Present

I woke up this morning and realized it was 1977. Or 1978. Anyway, it was the ”Carter Era” ll over again. For those of you thast are either too young yto remember, or weren’t born yet, what you are beginning to see in America’s economy is exactly what we sat during the presidency of Jimmy Carter. I voted for this guy. Why? He came across really smart. He graduated from the U/S/ Naval Academy with a degree in Nuclear Enfineering. After his time in the military, he ran a peanut farm in Georgia, which for me meant he had some business experience, as a small business owner. How could we go wrong?

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COVID Truth versus Propaganda

Sometimes when I hear something on yelevioin or the radio, because I’m usually not paying close attention, I sit back and say, What is it that was just said? There have been times when I thought someone said one thing when in fact, tht person made no such comment. That happens and maybe if I paid more attention I wouldn’t get things wrong on occasion. But when I hear ir once, then almost immediately repeated, I know I didn’t hear what was said incorrectly. Not having every fact at hand, I looked up the statement to see if it was true, I thought though if it were, why was this the first time I had heard of this?

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You Might be a Domestic Terrorist if…

you’re a parent. And you attend meetings of your local school board. At least that’a what the National School Boards Association would like people to believe – especially the Federal Government. You see, going to a school board meeting and disagreeing with policies they intend to implement is not allowed. As a parent, concerned about your children’s education, you have no say in what or how education is delivered.

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Two Months?

I don’t know about anyone else, but I am actually, some days, flooded with information on COVID-19. There seems to be an almost infinite number of articles and essays written by various experts and just plain observers. I’ve come to the point where I do not know what to believe with some of what I see. Of course, I always try to discern an agenda whenever I can but even when there doesn’t seem to be one, I wonder why the information isn’t more broadly reported.

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