Author Archives: Anniel


Speaking Of Cats

by Anniel9/15/17
I am definitely not a die-hard cat lover, although we have occasionally had one left with us, and I have learned to like them. Cate, our youngest daughter, has needed a cat to love because of her illness and enforced isolation. Bear and I have inherited her first cat, Eeva Kissa, Eeva being a Finnish female name, and Kissa the Finnish word for “Cat.” More » • (144 views)

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Bless Judge Merryday

by Anniel8/27/17
In the case of United States of America vs. Joseph Bishop, Case No. xxx. In the United States District Court, Middle District of Florida, Tampa Division, Judge Steven D. Merryday, has set a new precedent for legal jurisprudence in the United States. And it all came about because of the “Total” Eclipse of the Sun, which set hearts atwitter across the nation on August 21, 2017. More » • (256 views)

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What Is Truth?

by Anniel8/23/17
We have an ex-friend (by her choice, not ours) who says that every person is entitled to their own truth. Which is the same as saying there is no truth. Can that be so? More » • (415 views)

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Virtue Signaling and Humble Bragging

by Anniel8/16/17
If there were ever two societal evils that belong together “virtue signaling” and “humble bragging” are them. Both sides of the same coin, as usual. After all, our betters must signal WHY they are our betters, and they must also let us know the depths of their humility in light of their great virtue. More » • (234 views)

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Averting One’s Ears

by Anniel7/30/17
Our little grandson Milo, the eight year old, has done it again. He seems to have his own take on language and never forgets anything, even if it becomes slightly skewed in processing. More » • (388 views)

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Book Review: The Administrative Threat

by Anniel7/29/17
Phillip Hamburger, Author. Published by Encounter Books. Available on Kindle.  •  I had previously written an article on StubbornThings about Phillip Hamburger and Extralegal Law. The article was not a book review, but was rather about something that was brought up during an interview with Professor Hamburger More » • (199 views)

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Book Review: The Devil Inside the Beltway

by Anniel7/26/17
The Shocking Expose of the Government’s Surveillance and Overreach Into Cybersecurity, Medicine and Small Business. Author: Michael J. Daugherty. Available on Kindle.  •  I read this book after my foray into Howard Root’s “Cardiac Arrest.” I heard the author, Michael J. Daugherty, speak on a radio program and decided I needed to read his book More » • (279 views)

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The Web of Deceit

by Anniel7/19/17
A member of our family has suffered great physical and psychic harm from a very unprofessional lying professional. At the present time I am forbidden to discuss the particulars of this harm. I can only say that the tentacles of lies this person told caused pain and blame to many innocents along the way and ruptured trust between family and friends. More » • (325 views)

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Book Review: Cardiac Arrest

by Anniel6/21/17
Five Heart-Stopping Years as a CEO on the Feds Hit List. Authors: Howard Root, with Stephen Saltarelli. Available on Kindle.  •  I had decided to review this book some time ago because I thought it was so important, but how to do it justice eluded me. More » • (377 views)

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Satanic Language

by Anniel5/26/17
After discussing how nauseating and vile the political discourse in our lives has become and the need to “Turn Off the Sound” (ST 5/22/17), I suddenly remembered the book for which I had previously written a Review: I Speak For the Silent – Prisoners of the Soviets by Vladimir V. Tchernavin. More » • (1049 views)

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Turn Off the Sound

by Anniel5/22/17
Bear and I have been talking about trying to find some venue where news is accurately reported by intelligent, well-informed people who are dedicated to facts that can be proven. I suppose that makes us old-fashioned. More » • (605 views)

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Book Review: The Great Good Thing

by Anniel5/5/17
A Secular Jew Comes to Faith in Jesus Christ  •  Author: Andrew Klavan. Available on Kindle  •  Please, if you read only one new book this year, let this be the one. I have been considering this book and author now for several weeks More » • (751 views)

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