Monthly Archives: November 2015

Detective Story

DetectiveStorySuggested by Brad Nelson • Jim McLeod is a hard and cynical detective. He believes in a strict interpretation of the law. The current object of his zealousness is Karl Schneider, an abortionist responsible for the death of several young women.
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We need a little Christmas

by Brad Nelson11/29/15

Very little gets my blood pumping around this time of year like listening to this song pop onto the radio for the very first play of the season. More »


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Hoover Air Cordless Series 3.0 Bagless Upright

by Brad Nelson11/29/15

There’s a back-story to this purchase that you don’t want to hear about. Suffice it to say, there is a Sears employee out there who never wants to see me (and my mother) again. Add a tenth circle to Dante’s hell in terms of shopping for vacuums. More »


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Vitchelo V800 Headlamp

by Brad Nelson11/29/15

I’m trying to do a little catching up with the techie devices, large or small, that I’ve acquired over the last year or so. An LED headlamp for hiking was one of those acquisitions. More »


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Scam Spam

Spamby Anniel11/28/15
We installed a filter on our e-mail, so I was unaware that I had won a Publishers Clearing House prize until one of their “representatives” called to tell me that they would be delivering my new Mercedes Benz that very afternoon More »


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The Seven Deadly Sins: Envy

FOTSthumb2A StubbornThings Symposium11/27/15
Introduction  •  If you ask liberals the cause of poverty, disease, crime, or war, they’ll answer, “Society,” ignoring the fact that society is made up of troubled individuals. If, however, you ask conservatives, especially a Christian conservative More »


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Let All Things Now Living

Prayerby Deana Chadwell11/25/15
The time has come for Norman Rockwell, for the gathering, the feasting, the football and I begin to realize that with the climate of the country being what it is we’re likely to lose the holiday we call Thanksgiving. More »


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Book Review: Miracles and Massacres

MiraclesAndMassacresby Timothy Lane11/24/15
US history is full of incidents that are little-known today. Some are heroic, some are important, and some are regrettable or even disgraceful. Glenn Beck, who believes Americans need to know their history, presents 12 such events in this book. More »


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Where are the Farmers?

DavyCrockettby Pat Tarzwell   11/24/15
Here is a story from David Barton, on WallBuilders Live! radio the other day. I have posted this before, but it is the message that I now take from this that has changed. More »


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Put “Refugees” in FEMA Camps

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke11/24/15
Roanoke, Virginia, mayor David Bowers has just created a stir by suggesting that Syrian migrants be placed in internment camps. I found his comments interesting because More »


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Feminist Teacher’s Lesson Plan: Discriminate against Boys

SellwynThumbby Selwyn Duke11/24/15
War is peace, freedom is slavery, ignorance is strength. And inequality is equality — at least in the mind of Karen Keller, the Bainbridge Island Review and their enablers. More »


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Liberal Academia is Reaping the Just Rewards of Its Labor

SmashingSocratesby Patricia L. Dickson11/23/15
The events unfolding at universities across the country are the result of over thirty years of liberal academia’s indoctrination.  College campuses are fertile ground, replete with impressionable young minds that are filled with mush. More »


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