Which life is more sacred; the chicken or the baby or the chicken egg with no baby chicken? I was not a party to this conversation that was related to me, but this was a real conversation: “I don’t eat eggs. I’m a Vegan.” “That’s nice. Are you a Vegan for health reasons, or for … Continue reading Deeply Disturbing Disconnect
According to reliable whistleblowers there are three thirty-mile wide spaceships three miles below the surface of the ice in Antarctica. Flying cars are now being sold to anyone who can come up with three hundred ninety nine thousand dollars. Hillary Clinton is taunting General Flynn about Pizzagate. A dam in dry ol’ California is on … Continue reading How to Feel Normal When Your Normalcy Bias Is Crumbling around You
This morning I noticed an interesting video on Kauilapele’s blog. The video showed a woman being talked through the fears and depression she suffers that have been triggered by a Trump presidency. Some might find it helpful, so I am including it here: But what is it that really troubles people about Donald Trump? I’ve … Continue reading Do Daddy Issues Threaten the Effectiveness of the Man Who Wants to Insure the Future of the US Republic?
Brown’s Gas has the ability to safely neutralize radioactivity Fukushima is in the news again. Apparently the dreaded CHINA SYNDROME has occurred, with the radioactive materials melting the final layers of containment. What now? This is a new day, with a new American President, and greater hope for the future than the US has experienced … Continue reading Could Brown’s Gas Fix Fukushima?
Normal families, normal jobs, normal political views, as they come back in vogue, infuriate SJWs. Must the ordinary people in America–of all races and (lawful) interests–who work hard at jobs and try to love & provide safe environments and good educations for their kids constantly apologize for who they are, what they do and what … Continue reading Meet the New Normal, Same (almost) as the Old Normal
Are you somewhat puzzled by the seeming disconnect between different factions in our country? Do you wonder why people are so vehemently insisting they are right and everyone else is wrong? Why do human responses traditionally considered normal seem to set off armies of radicals? Those aren’t rhetorical questions. Something just doesn’t seem right about … Continue reading Is An ELF Shower Making You Emotionally Dirty?
This morning I experienced a synchronicity of these two seemingly unrelated videos highlighting the same issue: African Americans are killed for their organs. This video begins with Cynthia McKinney at a Congressional hearing, asking about human trafficking perpetrated by DynCorp, and ends with information about how AfAms are killed so their organs may be harvested. … Continue reading Trafficking of the Vulnerable & Organ Harvesting of AfAms
The first decade of the 1900s was an extremely significant time for the US. I selected a few events which I believe are related. The institution of the Federal Reserve allowed for much greater control to be exercised over Americans by the foreign banking cartel. There was a clear plan in force to tighten the … Continue reading Timeline of Tightening Control over America circa 1900s
“Really?” those who know me might ask, “Why?” Yes, really. I can’t help but feel a little sad for her. Why requires a much more complex answer. First of all, I’m human and we are meant to feel empathy for the suffering. Also, I’m easing beyond middle age. I’m not Hillary’s age, but I am … Continue reading Sympathy for the Devil? Feeling (a little) Sad for Hillary
The Battle Lines are Drawn In listening to the national discourse, with each passing day it becomes more apparent that there are two competing visions for America. Are we the great Safe Place or the great Free Place? We can’t be both. “They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety … Continue reading Seeing America