Something Stinks in Oregon’s Malheur County

It’s odd how Bill and Hillary Clinton’s names pop up in the strangest places. This time in connection with the now-besieged Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. Pulled directly from the BLM’s website: “In September 2011, a representative from Oregon Energy, L.L.C. (formally Uranium One), met with local citizens, and county and state officials, to discuss the … Continue reading Something Stinks in Oregon’s Malheur County


Its Fear Which Leads to Loss of Liberty

It is both interesting and sad to see people willingly giving up their civil liberties when they have done nothing wrong. For instance, a man, who was openly carrying a weapon in a Bridgeport, Connecticut restaurant and store, recorded a confrontation with police officers requesting his gun permit which he repeatedly refused to produce. The … Continue reading Its Fear Which Leads to Loss of Liberty

The Pitfalls and Pratfalls of Roof Repair

Following the last snowstorm we experienced, Mary discovered a water stain on our ceiling in the living room. That night I went to bed with visions of handing over bags of cash to whatever construction company we hire to do the repairs. The following day, while waiting for return calls from the three leading roofing … Continue reading The Pitfalls and Pratfalls of Roof Repair

The Problem with ‘Free’ Toilet Paper

“What are you gonna do with all that?” I asked Mary. “I’m taking it to Good Will,” she answered. “No you’re not – we can use that!” I heard myself demand. “Well, then here, do something with it,” she retorted. It was a large plastic bag of toilet paper that Mary’s sandwich shop had accidentally … Continue reading The Problem with ‘Free’ Toilet Paper


Over the past three months I’ve been struggling in my prayer life. I haven’t felt the presence of Holy Spirit in a very long time and I am not used to this. Rather then dwell on it; I’ve redoubled my efforts by praying every opportunity I get. Furthermore, I returned to taking daily walks around … Continue reading Noah

Harry Reid Wants to Retire With ‘Slush Fund’

Senator Harry Reid wants the Federal Election Commission to create an exemption allowing him to spend $600,000 in unspent campaign and PAC funds on personal matters as he retires from office. The FEC deferred action on the request. Reid also wants to hire a full-time assistant to help in this effort. Part of the assistant's … Continue reading Harry Reid Wants to Retire With ‘Slush Fund’