When I was 10, my dad, mom and myself along with some friends went on a trip to Lexington, Ky., to a quarter horse sale in early 1966. This was quite an experience because my parents wanted me to have a good horse for 4-H and showing. Dad spent $825 on My Holly String, a…

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Countries around the world are trying to take prevention measures against coronavirus. In the United States, though the White House and the appropriate agencies are taking aggressive action, the stock market is diving. This is reminiscent of the SARS virus, which also began in China in 2002. According to the Mayo Clinic, “SARS is caused by…

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Failed Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told the truth when questioned by reporters on the red carpet at the Berlin Film festival. When asked about who she supports for president, she replied, “I will support the nominee of our party because I think that our current president is a clear and present danger to…

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Salon.com has published an article heralding a new socialist movement in America led by Bernie Sanders and supported by the media. The Salon reporters write: “The new US socialist movement is without a single “line” or monolithic political position. That’s a strength of the movement, since none of us has all the answers. Still, many…

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The Democratic Party Presidential debate showed the true colors of the party—50 shades of socialism, or probably more. It also showed how the party behaves. There is very little any of the candidates have to offer. Nothing new from the stable of mostly old former 60s hippies or hippy wannabes. Climate change, abortion, special rights…

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A couple of times a year, my dad would plan a trip to Oscar McWilliam’s ranch just outside of Sedalia, Missouri to buy horses. Oscar was an old time cowboy, the Jack Palance type, tall, a little bent over, beat up old cowboy hat, he talks but his lips don’t move, and he’s honest as…

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Many Daily Jot readers write that they feel their voices are ignored when it comes to the national dialogue on politics and the decline of our nation. Others say that they feel helpless because they want to see our nation turned around, but no matter what they do–letter writing, faxes, phone calls, petitions, meetings, town…

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There is a commercial “authorized and approved” by Mike Bloomberg that shows the immediate past president and him together in various scenes, while the former president is talking about how “Mike” gets things done. All the while these scenes are showing, there is a very subliminal backdrop. It shows Bloomberg at a UN conference on…

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The US State Department’s yearly report on human trafficking identifies the problems and even has some stories to put a human face on this horror of horrors. But like so many things, the State Department really doesn’t call it like it is. There is a massive organized crime network trafficking in human beings and if…

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In Islam there is a religious permission to lie, “Taqiyya,” which allows Muslims to lie to non-believers to advance the cause of Islam. There is also a religious justification of human trafficking in Islam, a system known as Kafala. Kafala, originally referring to the Islamic “adoption” of children, is an exploitive “sponsorship” system that results…

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