Monthly Archives: May 2011

Lauren Alaina Suddeth – Rossville’s ‘American Idol’

I have never liked the name of the show and still don’t, but I must confess to watching it. Lauren Alaina is a hometown girl and I believe she just might be the next person who wins the title. Advertisements

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Where was Code Pink when Israel was attacked?

What do the dates October 28, 2001 and April 07, 2011 have in common with over one hundred and twenty dates that fall between these two dates? These are dates of major terrorist attacks on the nation of Israel.These are … Continue reading

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Netanyahu Speaks Out

Benjamin Netanyahu addressed Congress today, May 24th, 2011 and was received warmly. He is a likable person and an impressive leader. Many observers were left with the impression that on the question of Israel’s border, Congress agrees with the Prime … Continue reading

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English Doctor Censured for Suggesting Christ Brings Solace

Do you believe government should decide what a doctor should be able to discuss with a patient? Continue reading

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Hungarian Jews killed by Arrow Cross along the Danube River

The members of Arrow Cross would line the Jews up along the Danube and shoot them into the river in order to avoid the work of burying the bodies later. Continue reading

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Herman Cain – Perhaps his time has come – Go Herminator!

Perhaps this is the year for Herman Cain to be elected president of the USA! Continue reading

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Samaritan’s Purse Helps Tornado Victims in Alabama

Samaritan’s Purse, a ministry of Franklin Graham,  is known for helping those in Sudan and other countries who are suffering. That they also are available when disaster strikes at home was something some may not have known.  Samaritan’s Purse volunteers … Continue reading

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