Monthly Archives: August 2017

Trump Ramping Up the Afghan War

I like President Trump, but I believe that he is wrong about the Afghan War by sending some 4,000 additional troops there. It’s the longest war in our history, and after 16 long years of losing our soldiers, we’re still … Continue reading

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First-Responders Abuses

Murder is legal; policemen are bullies; money buys justice; and, our legal system is sorry: In May, 2013, Fort Worth police officers Richard Hoeppner and Benjamin B. Hanlon went to the wrong house and Hoeppner shot an innocent 72-year grandfather … Continue reading

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The Man Who Killed Bin Laden

About three years after Osama Bin Laden was killed, a magazine article was published about the Navy Seal who pulled the trigger. He had joined the Navy at age 19, when a girl broke his heart, and the Navy recruiter … Continue reading

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Our Human Sacrifice

Human sacrifice is the act of killing one or more human beings, usually as an offering to a deity, as part of a ritual. One form of human sacrifice is child sacrifice which is the ritualistic killing of children in … Continue reading

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Is Heaven for Real?

The book Heaven is For Real, by Todd Burpo gives a young boy’s account of dying, going to heaven, and being brought back to life on earth. He went up out of his body; saw his parents in different rooms–praying, … Continue reading

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220,000 California Public Employees Making Over $100,000

At openthebooks.com/Forbes recently reported: 220,000 California public employees make over $100,000 per year and cost taxpayers $35 Billion. NEW ‘$100,000 MINIMUM WAGE’ FOR 220,000 HIGHLY COMPENSATED CALIFORNIA PUBLIC EMPLOYEES We found lifeguard bosses making $256,000; City of San Francisco truck … Continue reading

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John Young

I met John Young (and Bob Crippen) back in 1979 when I was a software developer on the first Space Shuttle program: The “Mercury Seven” Astronauts: – Scott Carpenter, – Gordon Cooper, – John Glenn, – Gus Grissom, – Wally … Continue reading

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Chicago Departments Paying $100,000+ Incomes

Click here for the Top Ten Chicago Departments Paying $100,000+ Incomes.  

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