Monthly Archives: March 2015

Christmas, and the War Thereupon

First Posted on December 25, 2014 Photo by frugalchariot  ✟ THE WAR ON CHRISTMAS  ✟ For the faint of heart, a quick summary: “The war on Christmas is a war on Christ and His followers.” ~Franklin Graham “. . . … Continue reading

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2014’s Dumb, Dumber, and Dumbest Awards!

First Posted on January 1, 2015 Drum Roll please, and here we go: The 2014 DUMB AWARD goes to Cliven Bundy-supporter and former Arizona sheriff RICHARD MACK who recently announced his plans to get elected as sheriff of Arizona’s Navajo … Continue reading

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Religious Dialogue

First Posted on December 19, 2014 Once again it’s the Holiday Season. Hanukkah. Kwanzaa. Christmas. All are celebrations of beliefs; each differs from the other, each is the product of religious sincerity, each a celebration of history, of culture, of … Continue reading

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Autumn’s Passing

First Posted on November 21, 2014 Photos by frugalchariot Autumn has disappeared. It vanished suddenly on Tuesday November eleventh — exactly one week beyond the moment that a majority of we the people voted to hand over their hopes and … Continue reading

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First Posted on November 28, 2014 “. . . emotions of xenophobia — hatred of foreigners; nativism; the policy of keeping America ‘pure’ (that is, of preferring old immigrants to new) — continue to thrive.” ~President John F Kennedy **** … Continue reading

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Party Plank?

First Posted on December 5, 2014 Photo by frugalchariot I ran across an interesting paragraph the other day, one that seems to reflect a very familiar politic, a politic that seems to stress the notion that in order for America … Continue reading

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First Posted on December 26, 2014 Photos by frugalchariot So. Today’s the day after Christmas — Dec. 26, 2014 C.E. (Common Era). Actually, Dec. 26 happens every year, same time, same station, etc., and I remain certain that next year’s … Continue reading

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