Monthly Archives: August 2013

Snowden . . . N S A . . . Snooping?

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Jonathan Pollard: Restoring Israel to greatness

Jonathon Pollard wrote, 16 August 2013, in the Jerusalem Post: “Only a re-awakening can guarantee the future. Political process devoid of fundamental values will never end the agony or the fear for the State of Israel.” For background on him, … Continue reading

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The Day I Stopped Saying ‘Hurry Up’

A friend composedly asked yesterday, “What’s the hurry?” in relating her efforts to build a new home nearby.  The question resounded well with me as I nodded, caused me to think of my father’s attitude, and reinforced my tendency to … Continue reading

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Terror Alert & The Closing Of Embassies: Not Happening In A Vacuum

AL QAEDA TO OBAMA, “CLOSE YOUR DAMN EMBASSIES, BOY.” Adina Kutnicki writes, “Those who continue to insist that much of the mayhem raging across the Islamic world is simply ‘spontaneous combustion’ might as well go back to sleep. Lights out..night…night. … Continue reading

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Government creating aliases for Benghazi survivors

“Rep. Trey Gowdy claimed in an interview on Fox News that the Obama administration is creating ‘aliases’ for survivors of the Benghazi terror attack and ‘dispersing them’ throughout the country.  FoxNews “The allegation followed new reports about the lengths to … Continue reading

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Entropy, Horizontal Surfaces and Clutter

First, a little thermodynamics, the branch of physical science concerned with heat and its relation to other forms of energy and work. The first law of thermodynamics, or the law of energy conservation, says that all real-world processes involve transformations … Continue reading

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Black Protests Mean Nothing If We Don’t Save Our Black Boys

By Warren Bolton — Associate Editor, Columbia SC State Newspaper COLUMBIA, SC — I SHARE IN THE outrage many African-Americans and others feel about the senseless shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin. The marches and protests — thousands attended … Continue reading

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