Monthly Archives: September 2012

Connecting Some Middle East Dots

“So, be patient, perseverant, and stationed,” al Qaeda Arabian Peninsula commander Tariq Dhahab said in early January. “The Islāmic Caliphate is coming, with permission from Allah, and it  will be established, even if we sacrifice our own skulls, money, children and  homes.” … Continue reading

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Obama Defends Free Speech — But Not Really

President Obama spoke to the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) saying, “That is what we saw play out in the last two weeks, as a crude and disgusting video sparked outrage throughout the Muslim world. Now, I have made it clear … Continue reading

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Creating a Emergency Survival Kit for You and your Family

It’s always a good idea to be prepared ahead of time in the event of an emergency or disaster. Hopefully it is something you will never need but it’s an excellent idea to be prepared and have supplies ready ahead … Continue reading

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Dig This, Would You?

The FBI plans to drill outside a suburban Detroit residence  in the search for Jimmy Hoffa, the labor strongman whose disappearance is one of the most notorious and mysterious in U.S. history.  A tipster says a body was buried at the spot in Roseville, Michigan, … Continue reading

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The Two Faces of Harry Reid

It began with Gregory A. Prince, a Mormon author and blogger, who wrote about GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney: “His arrogant and out-of-hand dismissal of half the population of this country struck me at a visceral level, for it sullied … Continue reading

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The Hypocracy of Hoffa

“Few of Romney’s billionaire backers make actual products – most simply siphon income from ordinary workers into their Swiss bank accounts.” That’s the latest from International Brotherhood of Teamsters president, James Hoffa, writing in the Summer 2012 issue of the … Continue reading

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The Carson Mansion

William Carson situated his home in the heart of the city next to his lumber mill and the bay. From his cupola he could view commerce on the bay and check the happenings at his lumber mill to the north. … Continue reading

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