Author Archives: Anniel


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 » • (69 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 » • (742 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 » • (398 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 » • (547 views)

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Reading the Tenth Commandment

by Anniel4/21/17
All of us who are parents and grandparents like to collect and remember  the funny, wise or profound comments of the children in our families. Sometimes one child will be the pronouncer of all things we want to repeat. This week that honor goes to the 8-year-old son of our oldest daughter. His name is Milo. More » • (880 views)

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A Double Book Review

by Anniel3/13/17
Two Times Nigel Farage  •  The Purple Revolution: The Year That Changed Everything / Flying Free  •  Both Available on Kindle [With Current Commentary at Hillsdale College by Mark Steyn] More » • (345 views)

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Time Makes Cowards of Us All

by Anniel3/9/17
Because shape shifters abide in the sea of lies about us, and astonish us by evil, we, who can only see through a glass darkly, often grow weary of sin before the battle is joined. More » • (560 views)

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The Key to History Is Eternity

by Anniel2/27/17
Each of us, in my opinion, is an eternal being with lives that have meaning beyond ourselves. I have written before of our granddaughter Eliza, known as Red, and the possibilities of her life (ST, Looking Backward to Understand the Present, 8/6/16). More » • (437 views)

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Swimming in Lies

by Anniel2/19/17
My mother decided my older brother and I needed to learn to swim. When I was nine she enrolled us in classes at the local municipal swimming pool, but for some forgotten reason, I attended the first class without my brother. More » • (713 views)

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Snowbound, With an Epiphany

by Anniel1/30/17
Anchorage finally has enough snow to talk about, and maybe even to brag about. Our resident moose stands in the woods not moving through the deep snow, merely watching whenever people go by. More » • (870 views)

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A Proposal

WeThePeopleby Anniel12/28/16
Why Do We Tolerate Known Criminals in Government?  •  To my friends and fellow Patriots: I actually wrote this proposal many years ago, but did not feel the time was right for making it public. More » • (714 views)

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Reaching For the Light

wintersolsticeby Anniel12/28/16
Autumn Equinox overtook us in September before we knew it. We lost light rather quickly in our journey about the sun, then, finally, we could make out stars again, and the moon’s waxing and waning became more visible. More » • (1443 views)

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