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bad history must go

Mainstream media presstitutes are running a full-court-press on those who would retain this country’s history. Dark money from Soros, Clintons and their ilk are employing otherwise unemployables to scream, yell, vandalize and destroy. Local online advertisements for “protesters” and “actors” precede many of the events getting major nation-wide coverage. The investigative reporters of the Internet catch and publish this. Lamestream Media covers THE SHOW instead. The example below from the Cartoon News Network is typical coverage. Washington (CNN) – As pressure mounts around the country demanding the removal of monuments lionizing the Confederacy, President Donald Trump said Tuesday that the removal of such monuments is “changing history.” “I wonder, is it George Washington next week?” Trump asked. Trump, in […]

cutting hair … or not

from The Spirit Science The Supernatural Reason Native Americans Kept Their Hair Long     We’ve all heard the story of Sampson and Delilah. In it, one of God’s great servants, Sampson was a man possessed of superhuman strength. He was eventually betrayed by the love of his life, Delilah, who figured out that he could be defeated by cutting off all of his hair.     In relation, the Native American tradition has long held that hair is an outward projection of the nervous system, acting much in the way of ‘human antennae.’ Our hair is responsible for transmitting pertinent information to the rest of the nervous system. According to this line of thinking, our hair also transmits […]

human dignity as key to successful cultures

Today’s post is brought here directly from The Acton Institute website. I find it to be an excellent study in philosophy, anthropology and culture. I also think their website deserves a thorough looksee. There are numerous links to that site embedded in this article. Human dignity: The uniquely defining characteristic of the West Over the course of four years studying high school history, my students encounter the full vista of human history and the richness of the Western tradition. After learning about ancient cultures, they invariably point to one attribute that sets Western civilization apart from any other: the unique value the West places upon human dignity. I teach in a secular classical school, where we uphold transcendence and human […]

shame on us

My postings here were distracted by impressive events on the home front. We trusted, loved, gave without measure of ourselves and resources. We were building family: a strong nuclear, multi-generational family in an extraordinarily healthy community. In our dream the kids, who had a bad habit of moving on every year or two, would find our world so perfect in every way that they would cherish, treasure, and work together with us to build a dream we all could share. After all, they said so. Repeatedly. The Woman and the Snake An old woman was walking down the road when she saw a gang of thugs beating a poisonous snake. She screamed at the thugs and rescued the snake, taking […]

millennials

My formative years The modern way This whole age-segregated thing is a construct of The New World Order, Illuminati, Bilderbergs, Ruling Elites, etcetera. Love or hate the generational labels millennial, boomer and such, they do exist and are widely accepted self definitions. Nice job dividing us up into tiny subgroups that could be pitted against each other so we do not recognize and destroy the psychopathic parasites who are destroying humanity, nature and Earth. But I have to (occasionally) live in the world as it exists. I sadly shake my head at what passes for knowledge. Far worse, those empty little clay heads consider their indoctrinations to be evolutionary, superior knowledge. I expect in my lifetime to see this paper-moon, […]

repair, re-use trumps recycle, re-purchase

These scissors have been a part of my ‘riverside tool box’ for a lot of years. They have a nice edge, cut well, seem heavy enough for shop use, and have required no maintenance. Until a couple days ago when the pivot pin broke, turning the pair of scissors into two useless pieces of plastic and steel. Fortunately I have tools, assorted hardware and ingenuity. Rather than a trip to the new scissor store, I drilled the pivot point out to fit a bolt I had on hand. After reassembly, the reunited PAIR of scissors now works as well as they ever did. Quality I like, form that functions, less time than a trip to town and my familiar […]

apprentices

Less Schooling, More Apprenticeships Kerry McDonald | June 8, 2017 Apprenticeships can be a valuable, time-tested approach to connect adolescents with the authentic, practical experiences of the adult world. Read more at: http://www.intellectualtakeout.org/article/less-schooling-more-apprenticeships © IntellectualTakeout.org Apprenticeships first appeared in the later Middle Ages as an opportunity for young people, usually between the ages of 10 and 15, to gain practical skills and on-the-job training from a master craftsman. These adolescent apprentices came of age immersed in authentic experiences and surrounded by adult mentors. The term “adolescence” comes from the 15th century Latin word, “adolescere,” meaning “to grow up or to grow into maturity.” But it wasn’t until 1904 that G. Stanley Hall, the first president of the American Psychological Association, […]

Woodpile Report

The current Woodpile Report is a good’un … as usual… maybe moreso. Regardless, I highly recommend going there and reading all of it. Skimming is allowed, but I suspect you will read. Prepare to bookmark and come back to finish. I give you one compelling bit below. Click the title to go see the entirety. … The Woodpile Report As I mentioned last week, there are a number of economists predicting a monster run up in the stock exchanges—near 30,000 on the DJI around the end of the third quarter—then a sputtering stall with a quivering violin note in the background, followed by an unstoppable, cascading crash sweeping all before it in the grandest reset since Pompeii. They present loads-o’-supporting […]