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Friday, September 19, 2014

On the march: Russian nuclear bombers intercepted near Alaska

In a continued display of intimidation reminiscent of the Cold War, Russia continues on the march as reported by U.S. Northern Command, which identified six Russian planes flying near Alaskan air space Wednesday. The Command reported that among the Russian planes were two nuclear aircraft -- two Bear H nuclear bombers along with two Mig-31 fighter jets. American F-22 fighter jets were deployed to intercept the Russian aircraft.
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Hello, my friends. I am here.

Good evening.

I decided it was time to write today, so I will have a new Examiner article up and posted pronto.

The news I report today is by no means the most important, but when viewed within the context of everything else is indicative of a highly troublesome scenario.

Glad you all are here.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

No, I am not dead

I am still here. Stuff is going on behind the scenes that has engulfed all my time. But I am still here. Not writing much this week for various reasons. I suppose I am reassessing some things, attempting to decide where to focus my energies.

So much to do, as I said before, and so little time to do it. We are being bombarded with Marxist programs, or at least the foundation is being laid for it, and I am having a hard time deciding where to focus. Focusing on all of it may be impossible for me right now, at least until my eyes are fixed.

But be assured I am fully aware of all that's going on. I keep up with it, I monitor the movements of government, particular those who lurk in the shadows behind the scenes, and I can't wait to get back to shining the spotlight on all of the vermin.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Too much to say, too little time

In a society such as ours where the elite political class is determined to force as much of their agenda down the throats of citizens, whether it has broad support or not, there is way too much to report and way too little time to report it. The United States has been precisely in that predicament since 2009.
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Friday, September 12, 2014

Can rights be restored once they are gone?

"Hey, Martin," he called out across the room at a meeting I attended recently.

He walked closer so that no one would hear what he was about to say. "What chance do you give our survival as a nation?" he asked.

"Not much," I said, as I walked off.
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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Laying low today

It is Sept. 11, 2014, the anniversary of the terrorist attacks on our country at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and what would have been a devastating hit on the U.S. Capitol Building had it not been for the courageous passengers aboard who sent the plane catapulting into the countryside in Pennsylvania.

These anniversaries are necessary. I always watch TV specials about the attacks year by year, and I come away with the feeling that they just happened. I remember where I was, what I was doing, what I proceeded to do. I was working as a healthcare chaplain in a large hospital. I watched the second plane fly into the World Trade Center, as it happened. Later the chaplains gathered to watch the unfolding events.

We were as shocked and stunned as anyone. But we had a job to do. We had to get out there and comfort the sick and their families. We had to project a feeling of calm. Many patients were afraid of having their surgeries that day due to the uncertainty. But in the end all of them had their procedures done.

It was an exhausting day, to say the least. As a psychiatric chaplain I had the main responsibility for tending to psychiatric patients in our in-house facility, as well as our outpatient facility. As I led the group that day it was clear the patients wanted to talk about the attacks. Some were visibly terrified. So, we dealt with it by talking it through.

I remember all of this so clearly that it is as if it just happened today. I went home and reclined on the couch, totally spent emotionally and physically.

I have written about these events in much greater detail many times through the years. This year, other than what I already said, I will lay low. I don't want to be out and about on this day. I am keeping my own counsel, and I am keeping my thoughts close to the vest. But I have every intention of providing a remembrance of this horrific event for as long as I live. I will not spend one second talking who did it or what I think about them. I've done that many times. But for this year's remembrance I will only focus on the pain inflicted on our nation, on many of our citizens, and on me.

So, will I write an Examiner article today? I have no idea. If I do, it will have to be later on, and I will need to become aware of some vital news that must be reported. In that event, I will be back. If not, then I will remain silent.      

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Judge downplays Holder contempt citation

Holder had refused to provide the Committee with key documents that had been subpoenaed in the ongoing investigation into the Obama administration's covert scheme to use ATF agents and criminals who would make "straw purchases" of illegal firearms in order to walk them across the southern border, placing them in the hands of drug cartel kingpins.
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Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Why the obsessive secrecy about illegal alien children?

As it has been widely reported nationally, the Obama administration has exhibited an obsessive secrecy about the location of illegal alien children who have crossed over the southern border by the tens of thousands. In the earlier days of the massive onslaught, local towns and cities in the southwest met the buses carrying the children with protests, forcing the buses to turn around. It is unknown whether or not this points to the main reason for the current secrecy, but it might.
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Blurred, fuzzy, and mad

Today my eyes are blurred. No worries, though. This is normal as they heal from the inflammation. Things look fuzzy up close. Kinda mad about that.

Anyway, I plan to write an Examiner article later. Got some important stuff to share. Check back with me later. And thanks.