The Farm Chronicles: Joy ride gone awry

A vintage car  

In the 1960’s, Dad was partial to the Buick Electra. We had a 1963 convertible, then a 1965 convertible. By 1969, we had graduated to a beautiful Electra 225 four door, charcoal green with white interior. Its 430 cubic inch V-8 360 horsepower engine topped out at about 125 miles per hour, 0-60 in 7.2…

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Two disagreeing people  

Back in the day when I was growing up on the farm in Ohio, nonsense, stupidity and insanity were not tolerated. There were ways to deal with each, the insanity usually resulted in separation from society until the mental health of the person was healed. Today, we elect them to public office and let them…

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Stupidocrisy: Jill Biden’s racism

Breakfast tacos anyone?  

Don’t you just shake your head in amazement when leftists like First Lady Jill Biden think they are so above everyone else that they can throw out racist remarks and clothe them in love and respect. Mrs. Biden thinks that race and ethnicity are tied to food. Hence, Biden in a speech to the radical…

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Leftists’ racist abortion meltdown

A tweet by John Cardillo  

If Republicans attacked Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson like Democrats are attacking Justice Clarence Thomas the media and Hollywood would be screaming racism. As it is, they are trying to portray their attacks on Thomas as justified because he is a conservative married to an alt-right white wife. But the veneer of non-racism is…

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The Biden oil debacle


There is much more to Joe Biden’s emptying of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) than what the news media and his failing administration is letting on. While everyone is focused on just the record high prices of gasoline at the pump, they are failing to report the greater dangers at hand for the American public:…

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7/7 Another Great Generation Needed

Soldiers at war

Those who guided America through the second world war earned the moniker “The Greatest Generation.” They survived the 1918 flu pandemic, the Great Depression, and they took on the greatest threat to freedom the world had ever known at the time, and won. They developed technology and moved the nation from horse and buggy to…

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7/6 Stupidocrisy: Hell in a handbasket

Belief in God in U.S. Dips to 81%, a New Low  

There used to be an old saying in farm country: [Subject] is going to hell in a handbasket. I’ve heard that the origin of the phrase dates back to France and the guillotine where heads were caught in a basket and the people assumed that the victims were going to hell for their crimes. According…

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7/5 Of silence and treason

A quote by Patrick Henry 

As we stand in aftermath of the annual celebration of our national Liberty, I wonder what firebrand statesman will arise and proclaim to this nation that God’s Liberty is perfect liberty and that humanist freedom is akin to slavery. Galatians 5:1 says, “Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ has made us free, and…

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7/4 Let us remember the American Revolution

An American family  

As we approach the day of our Independence from Britain, it may be helpful to be reminded of the sufferance of the Founding Fathers and what was going through their minds as they decided to take on the most powerful political and military force on the planet. They said, “A Prince whose character is thus…

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