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News Briefs – 05/27/2020 —

Here are some news stories that might be of interest. For unknown reasons, in most browsers the tweets only display right if you click to the post’s individual page instead of viewing it on the main page of the blog, … Continue reading

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The Unspooling, by James Howard Kunstler — STRAIGHT LINE LOGIC

Way back in early 2017 when Trump fired Michael Flynn, SLL said the story had gaping “Plot Holes.” Now that Flynn is close to exoneration, he may fill in some of those holes. From James Howard Kunstler at kunstler.com: What … Continue reading

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News Briefs – 05/26/2020 —

Good news. Here are some news stories that might be of interest. For unknown reasons, in most browsers the tweets only display right if you click to the post’s individual page instead of viewing it on the main page of … Continue reading

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In Flanders Fields, by DVM — American Partisan

It is good to remind ourselves of what Memorial Day means. It is a day to remember all those who gave their lives for our country. It is celebrated on the 4th Monday of May. It is sometimes confused by … Continue reading

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Today’s Toons 5/25/20 — Latest Articles

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2020: The Year Of Fear — William M. Briggs

This began with the subtitle “A Fairy Tale; Or, A Tale Of Fairies”, but, though apt, I thought it too long. The year of Our Lord 2020, the year where… via 2020: The Year Of Fear — William M. Briggs

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Just Two Marines on an Ordinary Night — Liberty’s Torch

The perfect post for Memorial Day.We’re not Marines in my family. We tend to be the temps – those guys who enlist for the duration of a war, then return home. Almost all of them Army. My dad was Artillery … Continue reading

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