Stupidocrisy: The Big Cheat

Jocelyn Benson

Federal agencies investigating foreign influence in the 2020 presidential election have concluded that they “have no evidence that any foreign government-affiliated actor prevented voting, changed votes, or disrupted the ability to tally votes or to transmit election results in a timely manner, altered any technical aspect of the voting process, or otherwise compromised the integrity…

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The Third World War

Food packaged and delivered, bringing hope to many  

In America, many are struggling with the very real threat of socialist expansion. Day in and day out, we are bombarded by the war of rhetoric between political sides. It is a fight over the very destiny of this nation. There is, however, another fight that is taking place, and to those who are in…

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The Cuomo Shell Game

Governor Andrew Cuomo

Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) is an example of how the Democratic Party deals with people they know are a liability. Cuomo led the Democratic governors in handling COVID-19 with directives to send infected people to nursing homes, giving the death sentence to over 16,000 people in New York alone—a figure his aides tried to remove…

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Farm Chronicles: The satchel and the bowling ball

Me, Nancy, and Bobby in 1965  

It was the summer of ’69. I was 14 when my cousins Nancy, 16, and Bobby, 18, visited from Phoenix. Nancy stayed with us most of the summer, but Bobby was visiting other relatives and came to our place, thankfully, only a couple of times. Nancy was a pretty blonde, slim, athletic, a great sense…

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The Force


The passage of the $1.9 TRILLION COVID relief bill without one Republican vote is just the beginning of the one-party tyranny as a powerful force that will change this country, perhaps forever. Reminiscent of socialist healthcare, the COVID relief further entrenches socialistic government and institutionalizes the ongoing shakedown of your hard earned tax money to…

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Stupidocrisy: The border and the ditch

Border crisis

Throughout the last presidential campaign there was a clear line drawn between candidates on the issue of border security, otherwise known as illegal immigration. Democrat Joe Biden wanted open borders, no border wall, and signaled to the world that illegal immigrants would be welcome in the US. President Donald Trump wanted to finish building the…

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Never, never, ever give in

A quote from Winston Churchill

On October 29, 1941, a year after one of the darkest hours of World War II for Great Britain, Prime Minister Winston Churchill addressed his alma mater Harrow School. Here emerged one of the most famous quotes (which oft has been misquoted): “Never give in. Never give in. Never, never, never, never—in nothing, great or…

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The winds of tyranny

American Rescue Plan

The winds of tyranny have been picking up across the United States. We have seen it with the cancel culture—the labeling of anyone with whom someone disagrees. We see it with Amazon and others removing books from their stores, reminiscent of Nazi Germany. It is apparent with the tearing down of statues representing the historic…

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The Farm Chronicles: Rodeo Cowboy

A boy riding a horse  

Growing up on the farm, the best time of the year was summertime. Other than having to make hay and stack it in the barn, there was a lot of free time. My Dad was not only a farmer, but he also owned a small gas and oil business where he delivered gasoline and fuel…

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Reality Check

Q Sent Me  

***Warning***Warning***Warning*** This is going to be a very hard hitting Daily Jot. Some may become very angry over it. But 19 years ago when I started The Daily Jot, the Lord and I agreed that I would tell readers what He wanted them told. And today is a particularly difficult message to convey, but here…

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