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The Phantom Greenhouse

Sun 03/11/2018


By NickReality ~ (This image below is sized to fit the page here. For greater detail, just click on the image and it will open in a new and larger window) RGHE theory exists only to explain why the earth is 33 C warmer with an atmosphere than without. Not so. The average global temperature of […]

Five Helpful Hints For The Newbie “Prepper”

Sun 08/10/2014


– by David Huntwork – As recent events continue to show us, one never knows when either a man-made or natural disaster can strike. Normal, routine, everyday life can change in the twinkling of an eye. Part of being a responsible adult (especially if one has a family to protect and care for) is to be […]

Liberty, Security, Privacy, Big Brother, and the Concept of the Common Good

Sun 08/10/2014


by Dave the Sage ~  The outrage is palpable and the increasing realization by the average American that they really, truly are now living in an Orwellian surveillance state has been an eye-opening experience for many across the fruited plain. The once mocked conspiracy theory of the all-knowing Big Brother state has shown itself to […]


Wed 07/23/2014


OBAMA IS A FACIST and a Marxist (and racist) By T. L. Jenkins ~ If you’ve followed Barrack Hussein Obama’s Presidential career and have educated yourself on his early life and politics—or are even interested enough to be reading this, you’ve most likely already come to the conclusion we have a communist in the White […]

Minimum Wage

Tue 07/08/2014


Lineal thought  ~ By T. L. Jenkins   ~   I’m not an economists but believe I have a reasonable enough understanding of supply and demand, the basis of our free enterprise system, to have a strong opinion about Government mandated minimum wage, and to believe it’s a bad idea. I also believe our U.S. Constitution […]


Mon 07/07/2014


By T. L. Jenkins   ~ It can’t be argued an automobile is a convenience and a privilege. It’s an absolute necessity to make a living in today’s society. Public transportation is not an option unless one lives and works in a large city. The people living out on a rural route somewhere would be out […]


Sun 07/06/2014


By T. L. Jenkins   ~     It was jaw dropping enough the man was elected the first time. The universe held it’s breath his first term, as it seemed a certainty the country wouldn’t make it to the end of four years. It seemed apparent (to anyone who cared to look) Barrack Obama was […]