The Farm Chronicles: Indians in the classroom

A photo of two children

My visit to the Gila River Indian Reservation in 1962 left an impression. As a cowboy, and all things cowboy, that visit was unnerving. Uncle Junior, my Mom’s brother, had made arrangements for us to visit the Indian school there. When I heard that I asked, “they have a school to teach how to be…

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Democracy communist style

Flag of Cuba being inserted in a ballot box

Cuba just had its elections. There were 470 candidates endorsed by the communist government. There were only 470 candidates on the ballot and voters were “encouraged” to turn out and vote for just the communist ballot. Of course, the communists won the election. Democracy, communist style. NBC News reports: “Cuban government officials say over 75%…

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Stupidocrisy: Using God to justify child mutilation

A young boy seeing a female version of him in the mirror  

There are a lot of bad things going on in this world. It is difficult to even fathom mankind’s cruelty to each other. The trend toward everything transgender in the United States is among the cruelest. To think that politicians would advocate for and even legalize the sexual mutilation of minor children is beyond good…

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Experts divided on sharp decrease in US life expectancy

Life Expectancy graph

National Public Radio carried a story March 25 saying that life expectancy in the United States is declining at an alarming rate compared to other “wealthy” countries. Researchers for the Journal of the American Medical Association, the National Academy of Science, funded by the National Institutes of Health are all decrying how the US life…

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Speaking and listening as leaders in Christ

Speak Less, Listen More

The banking crisis, the energy crisis, the inflation crisis, the fight over sanctioned molestation and sexual abuse of our children in public schools, China, Russia, Ukraine, the Middle East are all examples of how a society is undermined because the side in control lacks common sense and refuses to listen to alternative solutions. At some…

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The American Chronicles: A new ancient path

Many Americans are trying to find their way back to the ancient path

Part of life on the road is finding a good place to camp. We have found Harvest Hosts, a membership of churches, wineries and farms, a suitable way to meet interesting people at little or no cost. The concept behind Harvest Hosts is you stay free, but they ask that you spend at least $20…

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Unpacking indictment week

Alvin Bragg’s supporters

Less than a week ago former president Donald Trump sounded the alarm that a New York City Grand Jury would indict him for violating federal law (a felony) by violating a local law (a misdemeanor). The dramatic chess game that has played out since has exposed the lengths the Democratic Party will go to prevent…

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Stupidocrisy: World Court arrest warrants

International Criminal Court

On Friday, March 17, a very serious and somber Piotr Hofmanski, president of the International Criminal Court (ICC) publicly announced that the ICC has issued an arrest warrant for Russian President Vladimir Putin for “alleged war crimes of deportation of children from Ukrainian occupied territories into the Russian Federation.” The ICC states in a release…

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Tanking the banks on purpose?


Globalists have long promoted the idea of a central bank with a central world currency. These bank failures of recent may be part of their overall plan. When banks fail, governments or other banks come along-side them to ensure that their depositors are protected. Consolidation and control is usually the result. While the bailed-out bank…

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To prevail with grace, wisdom and action

A man standing on the bible  

In June 2009, then President Obama said, “Whatever we once were, we are no longer a Christian nation—at least, not just. We are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, and a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers.” At the time, the Christian population in the United States was estimated at…

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