The Farm Chronicles: The granary and the ram

A sheep

The granary was by far the scariest building on the farm. It sat up on block pillars. It was large and old, with weather worn siding. The front faced the driveway that led to the barn. It had a door that when opened there were different bins. We would use it to store grain for…

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Impeaching the wrong president

Xi Jinping and Joe Biden  

As the Democratic Party is closing out a four-year obstruction of a duly elected president and an attack on all who supported him, there looms a far greater issue deserving impeachable attention—China and President Joe Biden*. All the theatrics of nailing the coffin shut on conservatism, the name calling, the labeling of those who disagree…

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Stupidocrisy: Walls and Masks

The Supreme Court

This week’s Stupidocrisy award goes to President Joe Biden*. First, for those questioning why the * after the President’s name, the asterisk is something used when records are made despite whether they are legitimately obtained. For example, if a sprinter sets a record in conditions where he was aided by the wind, there may be…

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Communist-style Impeachment performance art

Article of Impeachment

As senate Democrats wind up for their impeachment pitch, the theatre is reminiscent of an old time pro wrestling venue—everybody knew it was fake, contrived, and rigged for an outcome. Everybody, except for the rabid fans who would divorce their entire family and friends if the integrity of the match was called into question. The…

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Silence the lambs

US Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene

It’s never good to have one political party in control of everything. Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely, not that the party in power needs any lessons on corruption. The Democratic Party is usurping the power of the people with its cancel culture and censorship. Voting to remove Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) from…

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The Farm Chronicles: A Super Bowl story

Super Bowl VI

Growing up on the farm, we were not only farmers, but also sports fans. Late winter and early spring, it was basketball. Often, I could be found on my stomach in the living room using the electric antenna rotator to get the very best UHF channel for the Boston Celtics game. Usually had to watch…

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The post-truth discernment

Nonvoters, registered democrats among those arrested at Capitol protest

As we are living in a post-truth world, where information is weaponized to gain as much attention as possible without regard for truth, it is imperative that we, as citizens of the Kingdom of Heaven, discern truth that we not be deceived. So many people just look at a headline and believe it to be…

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Stupidocrisy: Historic erasure

A quote from Benjamin Franklin

This week the Stupidocrisy acknowledgment goes to the San Francisco School Board for “cancelling” the Founding Fathers and other historical figures as names of various district schools for being white supremacists, racists, and other references to American history. Many of the names, which include Abraham Lincoln, Paul Revere, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and others, were…

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Discern truth to remain free

The White House

Some anonymous media are complaining about how the Biden* Administration is trying to manipulate them by asking for daily press briefing questions ahead of time. Hardly. The Biden* Administration, like the Obama Administration before it, is trying to control the propaganda narrative that the American people hear. The press corps covering the White House are…

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The world gone mad–at least the US

Has the world gone crazy?!

Some of the headlines in just the past few days indicate that the world has gone mad since Joe Biden* took office. So many executive orders, so many policy changes, so many calls for unity followed by demands against conservatives and Christians. It is almost like a hurricane of crazy. Those addicted to the next…

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