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DEMOCRACY vs AUTOCRACY – VENEZUELA

The United States was originally a great experiment.  The idea of national power being totally generated and held in the hands of its’ citizens was a unique approach to governing a sovereign country.  749 more words

LIBERAL vs CONSERVATIVE

Over the past several years we have had a growing cavity in our country that has been identified as ideology differences in Congress.  This has led to a large amount of grid lock within the federal lawmaking body of the United States.  433 more words

PLACING COUNTRY ABOVE SELF – A TRUE PATRIOT

This will appear in the Farmerville Gazette, Farmerville, LA the week of 1/2/2017

On August 2nd of this year, 241 years ago, fifty-six men sat down and signed the Declaration of Independence. 750 more words

INAGURATION TIME IS A TIME OF PRIDE – NOT PREJUDICE

This will appear in the Farmerville Gazette, Farmerville Louisiana, the week of 1/15/2017.

“Inauguration” is defined as “a formal ceremony or special event to mark the beginning of a major public leader’s term of office.  689 more words

THIS YEAR DOESN’T DISAPPOINT

A year ago I said this election was going to be interesting.  Recently we looked at where the election was going and it appeared that the advantage was with Clinton.  735 more words

ANOTHER FOREIGN POLICY FAILURE

While growing up we may be introduced to different countries and cultures through formal education and media sources such as television.  This introduction provides a general understanding into the geography and people of another land.  533 more words

Creature Feature: The Red-eared Terrapin or Slider (Chrysemys scripta)

Many of us have kept this delightful freshwater turtle of America’s Deep South as a pet at some time in our lives. Thankfully, these charming creatures are a common sight in good basking spots in Louisiana, such as this Bald Cypress log in a quiet slough off Corney Creek not far from Lake D’Arbonne near Farmerville. 234 more words

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