Two-Pound Alaska Stew and a Life Well Lived

August 7, 2013
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Two-Pound Alaska Stew and a Life Well Lived

Photo of moose, wonder how he feels about this stew by Gary Spina (Copyright 2013 by Gary Spina) My famous Two-Pound Alaska Stew is born of a recipe from an old prospector buddy of mine who worked his gold claim in the Talkeetna Mountains of Alaska.  I’ve altered and embellished the original recipe, eliminating the…

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While You Look the Other Way, Obama Is Messing With Housing

August 7, 2013
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While You Look the Other Way, Obama Is Messing With Housing

Obama is up to something in the housing market and it can’t be good. His history tells us so. Obama wants to bring the American Dream of home ownership to everyone but his idea of how to attain the dream is not based on self-reliance but rather on social justice and redistribution. He plans to…

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First Pantsuit-Clad Presidential Contender Wants to Shape Up

August 7, 2013
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First Pantsuit-Clad Presidential Contender Wants to Shape Up

AP Photo of Hillary Rodham Clinton Hillary Clinton – aka pants suit – is meeting with Bill Clinton’s diet honcho to get in shape for her 2016 run. She’ll have to stay away from the wine tastings and the Olive Burgers – now called Hillary Burgers by the cafe that makes them. I wonder if…

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Fort Hood Was Not Just Another Bad Day at the Office

August 6, 2013
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Fort Hood Was Not Just Another Bad Day at the Office

Photo of Nadal Hassan in uniform with the dead and wounded placed in the background On November 5, 2009, a lone gunman opened fired on a Military Base in Foot Hood, Texas, killing 13 American soldiers and wounding over 30 more. A stunned nation asked “How could this happen?” The response from the White House…

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Hasan’s Workplace Violence Is America’s Disgrace

August 6, 2013
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Hasan’s Workplace Violence Is America’s Disgrace

Photo of Nadal Hassan in his prison garb Nadal Hassan, the Ft. Hood terrorist who murdered 13 people and injured more than 30 began his opening statement at his trial Tuesday saying, “The evidence will clearly show that I am the shooter.” “We mujahedeen are imperfect soldiers trying to form a perfect religion. I apologize…

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Al Qaeda Has An Undetectable Liquid Explosive

August 6, 2013
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Al Qaeda Has An Undetectable Liquid Explosive

Ayman al-Zawahiri, the head of al Qaeda, allegedly ordered Yemeni terrorists (al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula) to carry out an attack on Westerners as early as this past Sunday. The attack involves suicide bombers. According to  ABC News., al Qaeda has developed an undetectable liquid explosive that turns ordinary clothing dipped in the liquid into explosives once…

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A-Rod As A Metaphor for ObamaCare

August 6, 2013
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A-Rod As A Metaphor for ObamaCare

Photo of A-Rod, mid-July When introduced to New York it seemed the guy, many considered the best all around baseball player in the game, had a brilliant future with the most storied professional sports franchise in the world.  Alex Rodriquez was blessed with great physical gifts and certainly headed for a career rewriting hardball history. …

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Feds File Charges in Benghazi Attack As We Flee Yemen

August 6, 2013
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Feds File Charges in Benghazi Attack As We Flee Yemen

Cartoon photo of Obama as Custer in his last stand CNN spent an hour interviewing Ahmed Abu Khattala, leader of Ansar al-Sharia, one of the groups that attacked the Benghazi mission on 9/11/12. Khattala told the CNN reporter that no officials from Libya or the United States had contacted him. He said that ‘even the investigative team…

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McCain, Graham Are in Egypt Urging Release of Imprisoned Islamists

August 6, 2013
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McCain, Graham Are in Egypt Urging Release of Imprisoned Islamists

Photo of John McCain and Lindsey Graham as Dumb and Dumber John McCain and Lindsey Graham are in Egypt this week claiming to represent the views of Congress, which includes telling Egypt to release their imprisoned Islamists, Islamists which Egyptians just went to a whole lot of trouble to arrest. It would save al Qaeda the…

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US Government Refuses to Fire Contractors Who Are Al-Qaeda Linked

August 6, 2013
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US Government Refuses to Fire Contractors Who Are Al-Qaeda Linked

Photo of US soldier kneeling with the inscription, ‘whose side are w on?’ The US government wants to take over a productive private all-American company – Apple – but they won’t interfere with contracts given to Al-Qaeda operatives. Why? Wait for it…because they don’t want to mess with their ‘due process rights.’ You can’t make…

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This Week In History, August 5

August 5, 2013
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This Week In History, August 5

by Dianne Hermann   “The farther back you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.~ Winston Churchill          Week of August 5-11, 2013   August 5 1884 - The cornerstone for the Statue of Liberty is laid on Bedloe’s Island in New York City. The Statue of Liberty, a…

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DOJ Wants to Finesse a Takeover of Apple

August 5, 2013
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DOJ Wants to Finesse a Takeover of Apple

Photo of Eric Holder looking a look like Vladimir Putin, though Putin is more freedom-loving obviously. Will we soon be calling iTunes – g-Tunes, the Apple app store – gApp, or maybe the iMac will become the gMac, the ‘g’ standing for ‘government?’ Under the guise of dealing with a price-fixing scheme, Holder’s DOJ is…

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DEA’s Domestic Spy Agents Recreate Investigative Trails

August 5, 2013
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The federal government has a long-standing domestic data intercept and collection operation with a mandate is to go after narco-terrorism, organized crime, and gangs. In order to keep it secret, they cover up the trail that leads back to them as the source. SOD, the Special Operations Division of the DEA was created to use/collect intercepts, wiretaps,…

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