This really moved me and i wanted to share with everyone, Steve Job's sister's eulogy. It really touched me and brought tears to my eyes. As a writer, she is very obviously just as talented as her brother:
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We are enslaved to our debt. Wake up, America! Before it is too late...
Every man, woman and child in America is enslaved to the national…
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William Few, Delegate to the Constitutional Convention, was born in Maryland on June 8, 1748, and grew up from the age of ten in North Carolina. In 1771, family opposition to the royal governor led to the hanging death of his brother and to destruction of the Few family farm. The Few family moved at that time to Georgia, and William followed…Continue
Actually, the United States is one of the last countries, if not the last, to have widespread local police power instead of the types of national systems that exist elsewhere. No country can become totalitarian as long as the local citizens have direct responsibility for and control of local police departments. It is one of our essential checks and balances.
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The TSA has been known to download the contents of flyers’ laptops and smartphones, and to take cash. Now they search and question travelers who have as few as 8 coins. This is totally outside of the law, and amounts to an internal customs check point. This is a federal power grab!
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Very good read. And, Mr. Moon is right when he says:Continue
Added by Patricia M. McBride on October 30, 2011 at 10:15am — No Comments
When I was young, the Peanuts comic strip was my favorite and when The Great Pumpkin came on, I hurried to get my bath, put on my PJs, and I would watch it with my sister and brother while eating popcorn and hot chocolate. When my children were born, I loved to watch the Peanuts movies with them in their PJs, eating popcorn and drinking hot chocolate. We would always talk about life’s lessons learned from the show. Now my grandchildren are enjoying the…Continue
October 28, 2011
The Obama administration is considering injecting American…Continue
It would appear that Rick Perry and Herman Cain have started something that may be unstoppable..........tax reform finally. Now we can only hope it will be something that truly is "fair" where everyone pays in by the same percentage (which in and of itself will be graduated since those who earn more would pay more and those who earn less would pay less). No one should be allowed a voice about taxes unless they actually pay taxes and support the benefits they…Continue
Added by Patricia M. McBride on October 29, 2011 at 11:52am — No Comments
Website "The Conservative Citizen" is published with the Candidate Assessments for the Republican Preferential Primary. The home tab contains an introduction to the website and contains two links. "My Candidate Assessment Strategy" is background on the assessment concept and "The Myth of the Perfect Candidate" should clear the the haze the progressive Democrats are injecting into the…Continue
Added by John Sauer on October 28, 2011 at 11:55pm — No Comments
Many of you might have heard that Stephen Butters, the Office Manager for the local GOP headquarters, passed away in his sleep last night. He was only 29 years old.
Stephen was a kind and gentle man who wanted to serve others. He hated conflict (even though he was in politics) and he…Continue
Thomas Fitzsimons was a business leader and legislator. He served as a delegate to the Continental Congress and was a signer of the US Constitution.
Fitzsimons was born in 1741 in Ireland. His family immigrated to America (cir.1760) and settled in Philadelphia where Fitzsimons pursued a mercantile career. A year later, he married the daughter of prominent merchant, Robert Meade, and soon formed a…Continue
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Richard Dobbs Spaight
Born March 25, 1758, in New Bern, North Carolina he was a spirited patriot and staunch defender of liberty. His father was Secretary to the Crown and died when Richard was eight. And though he was the nephew of the Governor also loyal to the Crown, with all the "pull" inherent from such wealth and connections, he did not sympathize…Continue
Added by First Coast Tea Party on October 27, 2011 at 11:22am — No Comments
This was found posted in the Washington Post (but the writer also contributes to American Spectator where I found it). Or as my friend who sent me a copy of the article says "Amazing that the Washington Post would actually print this re Obama. Amazing!" And amazing any one would dare the way Obama seeks revenge on the news media!