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So I finally made the decision to turn over one of my laptops to my brother. I bought it back in 2012 and it has been my road dog, my photo center, my writing station, my baby for about as long. 762 more words

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It's All Greek To Me...

This is in response to Miles Mathis’ latest http://mileswmathis.com/spence.pdf where he touches on the lineage of the Greek tycoons of Onassis’ vintage. This POM post is also wild speculation with no foundation in admissible evidence, but I feel compelled to pick at this zit a little more. 638 more words

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Yes, it still holds true.

We all re-read, you know that. And this time, I spent a long time going back through Leslie Bennetts’s The Feminine Mistake.

If you’ve heard of it in about 2006-2007, you probably remember it caused an uproar among women, because this book very solidly called out stay-at-home wives and pointed out that when a woman decides to stay home and give up working, she’s compromising herself financially for the long term as a tradeoff. 1,819 more words

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Protect, restore and expand US forests

For several hundred million years forests have been consuming carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and storing carbon.  That stored carbon is released into the atmosphere when we cut down or burn trees and disturb forest soils.   885 more words

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JFKTV

JFKTV
The Kennedy
Assassination as
Television Programming

Compiled and Edited for Committee Referral by
Tyrone McCloskey

“Orthodoxy means not thinking- not needing to think. Orthodoxy is unconsciousness.” 31,628 more words

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JFKTV: Segment Ten

Other Dead Kennedys

After JFK’s scenes concluded, the next up was Bobby. The aisle had to be cleared for Nixon and selling Tricky as more popular than Bobby was impossible at that point. 6,538 more words

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Where, oh where, is our universal healthcare?

All “developed nations” provide universal health care to each and every citizen, except one.  The United States is the lone exception.   We hardly discuss universal health care anymore.   412 more words

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