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Archive for October, 2007

I used to think there was a shortage of black leaders in the U.S.  There really isn’t. We just don’t hear of them because of the bias in the media. We hear of Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton all the time. We see and hear them anywhere there is a camera and microphone. There just […]

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I remember attending a certain small church back in 1963. We had a full house and had two services on Sunday and one on Saturday evening. Now we have one on Saturday and only one on Sunday that doesn’t fill the church to capacity. I would suspect that there are at least 3 times more […]

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I remember attending a certain small church back in 1963. We had a full house and had two services on Sunday and one on Saturday evening. Now we have one on Saturday and only one on Sunday that doesn’t fill the church to capacity. I would suspect that there are at least 3 times more […]

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Something to Ponder

I remember attending a certain small church back in 1963. We had a full house and had two services on Sunday and one on Saturday evening. Now we have one on Saturday and only one on Sunday that doesn’t fill the church to capacity. I would suspect that there are at least 3 times more […]

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It’s been my contention that Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are nothing more than shills for the Democrat party. Where is their money coming from? No one seems to know and no one is telling, here certainly not Al and Jesse. I’ve seen Jackson in action. He came into our plant accusing the management of […]

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Many of us are totally confused about where our “conservative” leaders are, neurologist especially in this presidential race. Has the definition of conservatism changed since Reagan? If so, approved why and what has driven this change? Could the American people themselves be to blame or are the politicians on both sides competing to buy more votes than […]

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Nail me to the Barn

I recently read an article in the October issue of “Life Issues Institute Inc” magazine, nurse concerning abortion amongst black Americans. These stats came from Mr Arnold M. Culbreath partnering with Dr Alveda King, niece of Dr Martin Luther King. These stats are staggering but true! Since 1973, 14,500,000 black babies have died from abortion. […]

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Frankly My Dear

I recently read an article in the October issue of “Life Issues Institute Inc” magazine, nurse concerning abortion amongst black Americans. These stats came from Mr Arnold M. Culbreath partnering with Dr Alveda King, niece of Dr Martin Luther King. These stats are staggering but true! Since 1973, 14,500,000 black babies have died from abortion. […]

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I recently read an article in the October issue of “Life Issues Institute Inc” magazine, nurse concerning abortion amongst black Americans. These stats came from Mr Arnold M. Culbreath partnering with Dr Alveda King, niece of Dr Martin Luther King. These stats are staggering but true! Since 1973, 14,500,000 black babies have died from abortion. […]

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“Upstart” is concerned with our schools and what isn’t being taught or maybe I should say what is being taught.  It doesn’t matter on your view point, information pills it is troubling either way.  See what “Upstart” is talking about.   READ ON. While this week was heavy in national news, treat it is a story […]

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