“As of May 31, 2011, Operation Baghdad Pups brought a total number of 340 animals — 280 dogs and 58 cars from Iraq, plus two dogs from Afghanistan — to the United States, determined that there will be no buddy left behind,” states the final paragraph of this moving book.
This article was first published many years ago on the old KingsCalendar website which is not that smartphone friendly. It concerns the KingsCalendar identification of the Teacher of Righteousness. (Most of the links used 10 years ago are no longer active.) This article only contains ‘PART B’ of the original article.
The 2016, election has surrounded itself with stress, many of which we will hopefully soon be able to forget. The election also defined the term “Millennial”. I am sure the term existed before the election but this process has brought the definition to the forefront since the people of the “Millennial Generation” will be a force that will have a place in the election our new government.
I used to hunt some, but living with Dolores took the fun out of that. She doesn’t really believe in shooting critters, and in my doting older age, neither do I.
Besides, the older I get, the heavier gets the gun.
I recall sitting at the top of a small cliff in western Maine, watching a half-dozen deer wander along in the woods below. It would be fun to shoot one, I thought, but it was even more fun just watching them wander past. Besides, it wasn’t hunting season, and I didn’t have my gun with me.
When federal agencies promote programs, like Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing, or Common Core they conduct sophisticated and often deceptive marketing campaigns that cover up there downsides.
Flowery slogans like, “transportation options are fundamental to having a shot at the American Dream,” and “Economic diversity is the path to better outcomes for all American children,” may sound moving. The truth about the programs is often disturbing.
1. According to KPMG, one of the four largest global auditing firms, Israel has become a leading hothouse for FinTech companies. 9 out of 100 globally-promising FinTech companies are from Israel, an improvement from 8/100 in 2015.
2. In defiance of the global financial downtrend – but as a derivative of Israel’s cutting-edge technologies – Israeli hightech companies raised $1.19BN during Q3 2016, the second highest quarterly amount in ten years. During the first nine months of 2016, Israeli hightech companies raised $4BN, 27% above the $3.15BN raised during the first nine months of 2015.
According to Prof. Robert Bellah, a leading UC Berkeley sociologist, there is “a well-institutionalized civil religion” in the US, which stipulates separation between religion and state, but not between religion and society. In fact, President John Quincy Adams wrote: “The law given from Sinai was a civil and municipal , as well as a moral and religious code.”
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Quest of the Mountain Man is Partly described on the back cover as, “Guarding a railroad that’s working its way across a thousand miles of North America and through the Canadian Rockies ain’t easy — especially when an army of cross-border outlaws starts wreaking havoc on the tracks…”
Some time back I began receiving emails from a person on behalf of ‘Trailer Park Patriots.’ I usually read what they have to say, but until today, I never considered publishing what they send me. I don’t even know if they would approve.
I’m not really sure if they have a particular website for their followers, because I had a little difficulty locating one. I received my email from the “Chief Pundit and Chief Political Analyst of Trailer Park Patriots of Pennsylvania” but the email message is from John from Arkansas.