#Tweet of the Day

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A little gem I found in today’s reading about President Obama’s reign in an article about Angela Merkel

“Obama was a remarkably successful, healing, inspiring, ground-breaking, near-ideal president whose country inexplicably turned ignorant, angry, racist and extremist on his watch.”

You’ve gotta understand the absurdity and irrationality of this statement. Click the link above to read the whole statement. The left wants us to believe this nonsense. But #FakeNews.


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More Accidental Voting Fraud in Pennsylvania

11 Things You Need to Know About Voter Fraud

 (In addition to the fact that it’s a felony and the Motor Voter law has caused fraudulent voting to take off and explode in number.)


‘It Undermines Integrity Of Elections’: Glitch Allows Non-U.S. Citizens In Pa. To Vote

It seems that in Pennsylvania if you register to vote when you apply for your drivers license, you are asked if you are a citizen. Then a screen pops up that asks if you want to vote regardless of whether you stated your were a citizen or not. And evidently many getting drivers licenses have also registered to vote. Illegally.

This was criticized by Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt who says this screen ‘glitch’ allowed these people to vote even though he thinks it was an accident.

I’m sorry, what????~tannngl

The glitch has had no impact on elections, as the number of people mistakenly registered was small, but Schmidt thinks that statewide there could be many more and he wants the state to review registrations.

I’m sorry, what????~tannngl

Secretary of State Pedro Cortes issued a statement saying PennDOT is changing its system to prevent the problem in the future and has already made improvements. He did not address reviewing and cross checking registrations statewide. A spokeswoman for Cortes said they are conducting their own review.


Voting advocates say Schmidt’s concern is misplaced and they worry more about voter suppression, with a Trump administration panel looking for fraud even where there is no evidence of any.

Schmidt hastens to say he does not consider the non-citizen registrations as fraud.


“At the same time, we increased the number of languages offered with Motor Voter screens from only English and Spanish to an additional 12 options. The enhancement is in place at 89 of 97 PennDOT locations and the rollout will be complete in a few weeks. This will greatly reduce the chances of PennDOT’s non-citizen customers inadvertently clicking through the screen.

Motor Voter screens are in 14 languages???? Are our street signs in 14 languages????~tannngl

“The Department of State, the Department of Transportation and Pennsylvania’s county election professionals are committed to protecting the rights of eligible citizens to vote. The freedom we cherish was built on this right and generations of Americans have fought to remove unfair barriers to this right.”

Now we’re talking about suppressing the vote???? When the article is about voter fraud????

Excuse me????

Isn’t voter fraud a felony???


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I Spy!

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MOY/BOY? (Millions of years and billions of years old?)

More soft dinosaur tissue found in 2017

Scientists have no answers, really, for red blood cells, soft tissues and DNA found in dinosaur bones! It started with evolutionist Dr. Mary Schweitzer finding this tissue a couple of years ago, inside the long bones of dinosaurs supposedly 80 million to over 100 million years old! (By then, the soft tissues, RBC’s and DNA should be gone.)

The findings continue to occur in 2017.

Scientists (evolutionist scientists) have trouble believing this coming from their beliefs in evolution and millions of years and billions of years to evolve our planet and its inhabitants.

Trouble for evolution…


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Equifax Is Not Your Friend: Should Everyone Freeze Their Account?





I read an article this morning which I’ll link closer to the bottom of this post. If you are concerned about a release of your credit information after the hacking of Equifax, you should freeze your accounts. It means no one can access it except those who have already accessed it, i.e., your credit cards etc. I have frozen all 4 of my accounts. Yes, all 4. There are 4: Equifax, Experian, TransUnion and Innovis. 

You can freeze your account on line (which is not advised) or call each company to freeze them. Here are the numbers from a USA Today article:

  • Equifax — 1-800-349-9960 
  • Experian — 1‑888‑397‑3742
  • TransUnion — 1-888-909-8872
  • Innovis — 1-800-540-2505

There is a cost depending on your state. The highest cost is $10.

Additionally if you would like to find out if your data was compromised during the Experian hack, click here:

Cybersecurity Incident for Equifax.

Oh, and, this might be a great time to review your credit report for any irregularities. It’s free once each year for all Americans. Instructions are here.

This article was very informative:

Equifax Is Not Your Friend: Should Everyone Freeze Their Account?

We need to realize we are not ‘customers’ to these companies that store our most intimate information. We are their PRODUCT. I decided long ago not to worry about my credit information but now wanted to stop all reporting of it for my own safety. (Take the Dave Ramsey course and you can live without credit reports.)

All, your decision, of course. Think wisely.


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Tweet of the day

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Faith groups provide the bulk of disaster recovery, in coordination with FEMA

Interesting statistics about who volunteers and provides help and relief to national disasters. It seems faith-based organizations provide 80% of it, both supplies and volunteers. Amazed? I was.

But I shouldn’t be because our local churches have all sent volunteers and donations to disaster areas, even long after FEMA has left and the people are left to struggle and rebuild.


In a disaster, churches don’t just hold bake sales to raise money or collect clothes to send to victims; faith-based organizations are integral partners in state and federal disaster relief efforts. They have specific roles and a sophisticated communication and coordination network to make sure their efforts don’t overlap or get in each others’ way.


“About 80% of all recovery happens because of non-profits, and the majority of them are faith-based,” said Greg Forrester, CEO of the national VOAD. The money is “all raised by the individuals who go and serve, raised through corporate connections, raised through church connections,” and amounts to billions of dollars worth of disaster recovery assistance, he said.

Doesn’t it make you wonder why we need FEMA?

It didn’t always exist. It was formed in 1979. From Wiki:

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is an agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security, initially created by Presidential Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1978 and implemented by two Executive Orders on April 1, 1979

There’s so much we used to do without government.

Charity has always been faith based and usually Christian because we are charged with helping each other; replicating Christ’s love for us.

Just something to chew on this quiet Saturday…


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Another Terror Attack; another candlelit vigil…

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Ten Commandments For Horses

My vet paid me the highest compliment when she told me about these 10 commandments for the horse and told me I embody them. Thank you, Dr. Pat.


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