Monthly Archives: August 2018

WHAT’S AT STAKE, yet again: My roots are Roman Catholic and I am ashamed.

Part of being love, rather than cowering in fear is speaking truth to power. And that Catholicism is so very corrupted leaves me with a terrible taste in my mouth. Not that I’ve gone to church lately. In fact, not … Continue reading

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Only two fundamental choices: LOVE or FEAR

I remember the day I realized this fact. It was in 1991. The (first) Gulf War had just been declared. This, after months of build-up, which I felt in my body as tension, and realized, because I did feel it … Continue reading

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WHAT’S AT STAKE, followup: Within hours of yesterday’s post, three more examples.

See yesterday’s post. I had just posted “WHAT’S AT STAKE,” when I noticed this new post on my twitter feed. Reader Anthony also pointed it out. From True Pundit, another in what more and more appears to be a long trail … Continue reading

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Note that the Hopefully Historic Monsanto Decision . . .

. . . was achieved on August 10, within 24 hours of the final eclipse of this three eclipse season. Think of it: an African American groundskeeper, 43 years old, who had sprayed with Monsanto at his job, despite protection, … Continue reading

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WHAT’S AT STAKE: We, the People, must bust open, and eradicate, not just pedophilia, but trafficking, satanism, child snuff films, and more

If you are a truly human being, then you don’t want to be confronted with what follows. Were this vast, unspeakable cultural nightmare not so horrifically real, I wouldn’t publicize it. But it is. And it’s time we paid attention. … Continue reading

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Who, When, Where, How, Why: Qanon?!?

More and more, I seem to be “coming down on the side of Q.” Despite my resolve to keep my mind open, I do find myself checking qanon.app several times each day. Some drops are easy to understand, most not; … Continue reading

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Final wrap-up on the week with the grandkids

I admit I was surprised. What? Send Kiera and Drew to spend a week here alone with Grannie Annie and uncle Colin? Without parents? Wow! OKAY! Not that I don’t love both my dear older son Sean, their father, and … Continue reading

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New Moon Partial Eclipse early morning TODAY! But new beginnings feel bogged down

Frankly, with the grandkids here, I just didn’t keep track of the timing for the final eclipse of this three-eclipse season. So here we are! It actually took place at 5:58 EDT this AM, and its effect, like all eclipses, … Continue reading

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