Get DACA Off the Table

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In typical style, Donald Trump created an unnecessary flap when he first announced an end to the protection for the undocumented folks brought to the United States as children who have grown up here, abided by our laws, gotten jobs, paid taxes, … [Read more...]

Feedback

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The last time I talked about hate I got plenty of feedback and most of it has to be dealt with so here goes. Elgin wrote in part; “Fat Cats in Washington, especially the Senators, do not want changes. They feel that the taxpayer owes them their … [Read more...]

A Shot in the Arm

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There are subjects that will be debated for years and years and will still not be resolved. You know, the chicken or the egg? The lefties or righties in politics? Which is better, with or without fries? Yes, all important discussions for sure. So … [Read more...]

New Security Measures for 2018 (Real ID Act)

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The New Year will be bringing new security measures with the Real ID Act, which DHS (Department of Homeland Security) announced in December of 2013; new minimum standards for drivers’ licenses and identifications for the purposes of accessing Federal … [Read more...]

The Meanwhile of Life

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After Joseph brothers sold him into slavery to the Midianites they thought the days of their brother were now over. But then pops up this verse. “Meanwhile, the Midianites sold Joseph in Egypt to Potiphar, one of Pharaoh's officials, the captain … [Read more...]

This week in history Sept 14-20

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September 14, 1920: Bunkerville: Roy Hafen, wife and baby and Miss Ella Hafen came last Monday. Mr. Hafen is one of our high school teachers and Ella the Primary teacher. Two lady teachers came today Hamon and Will Wittwer took pigs to Moapa to ship … [Read more...]

Learn from the mistakes of the past, not erase them

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This paroxysm of efforts to eradicate all monuments and place names that memorialize historic leaders of the Confederacy serves as merely a distraction from real problems, wasting time and money that could be devoted to worthy endeavors. The … [Read more...]

Abuse of Handicap Plates & Placards

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Finding an open handicap parking spot isn’t always easy today, especially at medical facilities, such as Hospitals and in retirement communities. A disabled plate among retirees in warmer climates are at an all-time high, and has been a little … [Read more...]

I Don’t Like To…

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  Would you be able to tell me what a GE cupboard is? I wonder. My father commented on our GE cupboard regularly. In his heyday he would have a nightly bowl of cornflakes just before bedtime. He, not unlike a kid or probably most of us, had his … [Read more...]

The Socialist world of the Democratic Party has disintegrated

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The Socialist world of the Democratic Party has disintegrated. An American who expressed unrestrained love of country and admiration for police, firemen, and military delivered a message that rolled across the heartland of America and won a … [Read more...]