Desecration of History: It’s Not About Racism

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  Many people are outraged that monuments and statues that honor the memory of so many men (and some women) who stood up to a tyrannical federal government are allowed to remind us of a history that we are not all fond of. The martial law decree by then President Abraham Lincoln was nothing less […]

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Who Are You Really?

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I hear people who call themselves Democrats, Libertarians, Republicans, Progressives, Leftists, Conservatives, and all other labels used as identity. The question is “Who are you really?”I define myself as an American National. I was born in America as were my parents. Their parents immigrated to America from Italy, Latvia, and Russia. I am not an Italian […]

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How to Plant The Seeds of Destruction: or What Did You Say: Who Owns What and Why? Part 1

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Another Saint Patrick’s day has come and gone. I was fortunate enough to stop by the Village Pub at just the right moment:  a hotbed of culinary expertise with Stephanie at the stove. I sampled the celebration fare, Corned Beef & Cabbage with the traditional side of potatoes, carrots, and onions cooked to perfection.  I […]

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