Wednesday, August 31, 2011


This blog is still one of my priorities! I'm truly not ignoring it, I am concerned about repeating myself, but considering the message, perhaps I should repeat myself at every opportunity. I'm promoting my book, "Can We All Be Wrong?" and I'm doing blog talk radio. I invite you tune in Monday through Thursday at
I think you have to join, but listening is free and it's a call in show, so join me, if you can. We'll be discussing the economy tonight! My show title is taken from Isaiah 1:18. "Come Let Us Reason Together . . ."

But G-dliness with contentment is great gain. New Testament

Friday, August 26, 2011

Politics These Days

The Obamas are coming home a day early from Martha's Vineyard. Well, at least the President is, I'm not sure about the first Lady. They went separately, so I'm not sure what's going on there. I read this in an online paper from the UK, and a couple of democrats I know got all defensive and off the beam over my question, so I'm guessing it did happen, and at a time like this it makes no sense at all, if President Obama doesn't want to join the ranks of the unemployed, next year. I'm just really having trouble getting used to democrats being elitists. Hillary was the first one I noticed, and I thought it was because she made Bill look more personable and less like a scalawag that way. I mean Bill Clinton seemed to be in touch with the common folk, too much touching according to the reports, so I figure Hillary sort of envisioned herself above his behavior and she came across as an elitist, which I really think cost her the nomination in 2008. You know how every time she would try to act like she was just like the people she was talking to, she sounded stupid or crazy or even like she might be mocking them. So, on to the Obamas, who simply openly appear to believe they are above the rest of us. I, personally, didn't think it played all that well in the good times of the 90's, but I really don't care for it, in tough times. I'm wondering if he's got bigger plans than US President, and it does appear that he'll be running against a guy that's never lost an election. I've had the idea for awhile that even though President Obama is a great campaigner and eloquent orator, he doesn't usually run as an incumbent. His political career for the most part is moving upward all the time. He was a freshman senator that had to resign half way through his term to take the oath of the highest office in the land . . . just sayin.' The fact that he and Michelle are not making many public appearances together does make one wonder. Only time will tell and politicians only tell us what they think we want to hear and the media only tells us what sells, so they are coming home a day early from Martha's Vineyard because of the storm, I believe I read, and there was further inference that they were not traveling together. Our politicians really are getting too high maintenance.
The righteous considereth the cause of the poor: but the wicked regardeth not to know it. a Proverb of Holy Scripture

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Complaining About . . . or Noticing the Food

I'm not usually one to complain about food. I enjoy a good meal, especially with delightful company. Today is not the day I'll blog about the silence married people dine in, but rather this is about fresh veggies. Our heirloom corn did not do well this year, at all, so when I saw the sweet corn my husband likes, on sale at the market, I picked up half a dozen ears. It was beautiful, pristinely near perfect, as a matter of fact. The appearance was "too good to be true." And it was. I shucked it, and prepared it as usual, but when I bit into it, I couldn't believe it. Sweet corn was an understatement. It literally tasted as if it was already syrup. I mean no disrespect to the KARO syrup makers, because they clearly label their product and you know that's what you're buying. With USDA, Farm subsidies and CRP grants, and so much of our food now containing high fructose corn syrup, I just have to wonder if the high fructose has not gotten higher . . . While I'm on the topic of corn, with so much of it being lost to drought, I mentioned to a friend last week that I really was concerned that even in rain abundant Nebraska and Iowa, that that crop could be lost to too much rain.
The field is wasted, the land mourneth; for the corn is wasted . . .

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

It's Going to Get Interesting

I don't plan to vote next year, but I'm having a terrible time staying out of the latest tickers and posts and blogs about the candidates. I think this campaign is going to be riveting, especially if it comes down to Perry and Obama. Two career politicians that both rally the extreme leanings of their parties. It should make for some interesting debates and headlines. I can honestly say, and my blogs are still available from the Bush years, these current politicians are really making him look pretty good in some areas. Not all mind you, but I did feel that he was straightforward in his intent. He was going to do what ever darn thing he decided because he was "the decider in chief!" I was always used to Republican Presidents seeming like elitists, but I can't get used to a Democrat President that openly doesn't relate to the common people. He really showed some bad timing, rolling around the country in "the beast" to talk about jobs, a.k.a. stump and downgrade the GOP candidates; after he'd threatened Grandma's social security check just three weeks ago! He's really lost his mojo or giving it up for other interests. I truly believe our next President has already been decided by TPTB and it's obvious by now, it's not "we the people." I have some theories about all this, but only theories at this point, with one exception. If, in fact, we are looking at the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy, it matters not who is sitting in the oval office when the appointed time arrives. Besides, I think if it looks too ominous to our sitting President, he'll be making other plans before next year, like maybe checking out the head chair at the UN. At any rate, if it comes down to Obama vs. Perry, it ought to make for some great political theatre.
. . . every man did that which was right in his own eyes. history of Holy Scripture

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Something Just Doesn't Add Up

The price of gold has exceeded the cost of platinum. Something is definitely up! Like the driving force behind gold . . . fear mongering. Oh, there's plenty going wrong, but if you're going to be afraid of anything, worry about this. The price of gold is what's experiencing inflation and that is dangerous to the economy. The fear is actually now consuming itself!!! Another thing to keep in mind, in the face of the inevitable collapse of the economy: you can't eat gold, and between drought and man made floods, millions of acres of farm and ranch land will be producing nothing or very little this year! Meanwhile, many of the upper middle income folks that lost in the stock market, moved out of stocks and into gold. There were many ads on talk radio for one gold selling company or another. And we know, it's the upper amassing middle class that listens to talk radio. They have their stuff, they want to keep their stuff, and they like to listen to some guy that has a bunch of stuff tell them exactly what they want to hear . . . and for the last couple of years, the talking heads have been well sponsored by gold companies, so as far as the listeners were concerned, the talking heads were buying gold, therefore they should buy gold. I remember listening to some of the ads just to see what was on the next horizon. I figured the government would keep track of the major gold investors with this new 1099 law in the health care reform bill, then I suspected that gold would have to be recalled when our fiscal irresponsibility affected the rest of the world, and I figured the fear mongering alone would drive the price up, but never in a million years did I think the inflation factor would go unnoticed. So, just in case it has, I'm posting here! Maybe this imbalance of value is merely to set the last of the middle class up for a fall of what's left of their investments.
Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days. New Testament

Tuesday, August 09, 2011

Ancient Rome Revisited . . .

I've got a sinking feeling about this next election cycle. I'm thinking this is where the Strong Delusion mentioned in II Thessalonians really comes into focus. The problem with delusions, is those that are taken in, have no clue. Since we, Americans, are pretty sure about our politics and our religious beliefs, we may really have a problem getting along at all! I'm seeing and hearing more about the New Apostolic Reformation movement and frankly it makes me very uneasy. The combination of religion and politics has had devastating results in history. Granted, our nation is a mess, but watering down Scripture to blend it with American politics is not the answer. It is one of the steps toward the religion of the New World Order. G-d's Word clearly states in Ezekiel, that HE abhors holy mixed with profane. Is there anything more Holy than G-d's Word, His love, His forgiveness, His Son, His grace? I can think of nothing more holy. Now is there anything more profane, more dishonest, more disrespectful than American politics? Clearly, the two should not be intertwined. Constantine created a union between bits and pieces of various belief systems and his government. This New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a mixture of half verses of Scripture, mysticism, numerology, and Phariseeism and if this movement actually gains political power, there'll be no return to G-d, but rather a religion that is unrecognizable. The kick off rally was Saturday.
Thou hast despised mine holy things, and hast profaned my Sabbaths. Prophet of Holy Scripture

Monday, August 01, 2011

As the Drama Subsides . . .

From the headlines, it would appear all the politicians won, so that means . . . we the people have probably lost more than we already don't have! This debt ceiling deal was a production and nothing more. Our money is virtually worthless, our food prices are going up. Now we are being told cost of living didn't really edge up, so I'm guessing the social security that was saved, won't be receiving much if any in the way of COLA. Two things have caught my attention though. One is, many Middle Class democrats are more than willing to have a tax increase, so I'm guessing there will be one, and the second thing. Gold is still going up, while silver and platinum remain relatively unmoved. Oh, there are dips and spikes, but the January to end of July totals just don't figure the same for the precious metals. My guess is gold is being "sold" and manipulated in value and has replaced the stock market investments of the upper Middle Class. Unfortunately I am not real sure just how much time we have before the next gold confiscation of the US government. I've said for years that I believe there is an IOU in Ft. Knox, well, now I've got more to add. I still believe there is a great big IOU sitting there and the gold has been used to mint all those "gold companies'" coins, bouillon, and bars. Now somewhere in this new debt ceiling, I just can't help but wonder if the IOU in Ft. Knox will come due. The incredibly rich are protected with their precious tax cuts still in place, but what's left of the Middle Class is about to take the hit once again. And in all this, NO job creation. Our President has been talking job creation for how long now? Well, he's doing what he does best which is TALK. The raising of the debt ceiling hasn't secured anything, and political math makes no sense. It's turned our economy upside down. Raising the debt ceiling has placed a huge debt over our heads. We're in so deep and so far, we'll have to reach up, when the economy hits bottom.
Charge them that are rich in this world, that they be not highminded, nor trust in uncertain riches, but in the living G-d, who giveth us richly all things to enjoy; New Testament

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