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Reading the Tells & Survival (Part 1 of 2)

This grew to be far longer than I’d originally planned, so I’m chopping it into two “more digestible” pieces.  The second to be posted Monday or Tuesday.  In the meantime, please say a prayer for the soul of Sergei B., my wife’s uncle who passed away just a day ago from a resurgence of cancer.  …

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Church of the Covidian: Blank-eyed and Mindless

Revisiting my earlier post here, Church of the Covidian to post a stream-of-consciousness quick rant. So I was at the local Whole Foods – I know, I know, but for reasons not to be gone into there are certain things I need supplement-wise that I cannot get elsewhere.  Anyway, I was wearing a mask “imperfectly” …

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Israel on my mind

I was born in the US.  I live in the US.  I expect to die in the US.  My father’s side of the family has multiple Revolutionary War ancestors, including one that crossed the Delaware with Washington that famous night.  Going further back I have one confirmed Mayflower ancestor and expect, if I can ever …

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Church of the Covidian

I was still an atheist when I transferred colleges.  I’d started out at a small liberal arts college – chosen because of its distance from home more than anything else – but realized that I’d erred and applied to a large university in my birth state.  I was admitted.  Going to the summer orientation weekend …

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The Technological Golden Calf

(Image used under what I believe are “fair use” principles; note the website and graphic copyright notice in the image – to give credit to the creator of the image.) —– I first picked up the classic scifi book Dune by Frank Herbert when I was in high school, and only at my father’s insistence.  …

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China: It Ain’t Paranoia When They Are Out To Rule The World

Let me clear in stating, as I suspect most people agree, that Covid is not a myth.  Whether it’s natural or man-made – and I believe the latter – is still not determined as confirmed Truth.  Assuming my belief in Covid’s artificial origin is correct, we also don’t know with certainty whether this was an …

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Cartoon: Don’t Make Me Angry

I am pleased to resume my cartoons. Here’s a new one: If you grab this for your own blog’s use please be sure to: Not alter the image or notice on it. Give me credit; I pay $150 for each cartoon to be drawn professionally based on my concept. Give a linkback to Liberty’s Torch …

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Paging Alexandre Solzhenitsyn

First, I would like to thank Francis for inviting me to become one of the authors on his blog – I am deeply honored by this trust he’s placed in me.  I will attempt to post at least weekly as I also do write for Granite Grok, a NH-based conservative blog – if politics is local …

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