What a week! Much of the emotional roller coaster I plan to dump here (sorry about that, but it is my blog:-) ) and some I'm not at liberty to discuss yet. ~~~~ I discovered earlier this week that a couple of my students had lied about doing their school work last week (we homeschool, just… Continue reading Dumping the Fragments
Weaning From ‘Egypt’ is Painful
Friend,Some of you know me quite well, others of you less so. I’ve been quite busy today counseling distraught conservatives and the occasional gloating liberal and as a result I have not yet had the ability to read what bloggers and pundits have to say about the results of the election. Regardless, I presently find… Continue reading Weaning From ‘Egypt’ is Painful
The other side of the story.
There are always at least 2 sides to every story.. sometimes more. The United States felt a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction when the announcement of the death of Osama Bin Ladin. However, the flip side of the press conferences and the media blitz is the fact that Operational Security (OPSEC) was compromised. Civilian folks… Continue reading The other side of the story.
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Military Priests Can’t Read It
An order was given to all military priests: you are NOT to read the statement from the Catholic Church concerning the church's stance on Obama's new regulation.Aside from my belief that Government should not be telling private businesses what to do, I have a huge problem with the military telling their ordained priests to defy… Continue reading Military Priests Can’t Read It
Oo-rah, Marine!! Oo-rah.
Nuff said!! Source: dailykos.com via Jamie on Pinterest
Not sure how many of you have received this email petition, but the way things have gone lately, I would love to see this petition acted upon. Folks can complain and whine all day long, but unless their voices are heard... it goes with the wind. You can stop being taken for a ride and… Continue reading Email Petition?