Category Archives: history

Kavanaugh/Ford: He Said, She Said

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus This clever book attempts to highlight, using an Astrological metaphor, that men and women are coming from two totally different places when it comes to relationship issues. Nowhere is this more obvious … Continue reading

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Michael Moore’s Prediction

  Canadian Bacon (1995) Thousands of former employees are outraged with military businessman R.J. Hacker (G. D. Spradlin), who had closed down his weapons manufacturing plant, Hacker Dynamics. At a conference held at the former plant, he pins the blame … Continue reading

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Drain the Swamp? No, Man a Fort

  Paul Manafort When you’ve done your best to keep quiet, and it hasn’t done you any good, you ‘flip’. That seems to be what happened to Paul Manafort. And he has to have something to say that’s worthwhile to … Continue reading

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The Moment I Realized…

Adults Don’t See the Same Things Children Do In the mid-50’s we had a 1951 Chevy. These days I’m not sure which model it was (it looked like the picture above), but we had it from 1955-1960. Then something went … Continue reading

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The Illuminati

  Angels & Demons Although Ron Howard’s filmed version of Dan Brown’s book follows¬†The Da Vinci Code¬†his book actually precedes it. I’m not sure if Dan Brown has something against the Roman Catholic Church or whether its need for secrecy … Continue reading

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New American Civil War

In Case You Hadn’t Noticed Yesterday, David Wilcock posted a rather hurried update on his Divine Cosmos website that should raise an alarm or two. I suggest that you take some time to read it because, without doing so, you … Continue reading

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The Da Vinci Code

The Movie Ron Howard’s depiction of Dan Brown’s book was an eye-opener for the viewing public, in much the same way the book was for readers. The idea that there might be a Sang Real (royal bloodline) from the union … Continue reading

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