Monthly Archives: July 2006

IRS excavation for dirt on Dr. Dino

July 27, 2006
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IRS excavation for dirt on Dr. Dino

Dino Land Raided by IRS Gestapo  So can the IRS seize your dinosaur bones if you don’t pay other people’s taxes?  OK so maybe the IRS wasn’t really on an excavation for dino bones, but apparently they were digging for dirt on Dr. Dino.  According to this article IRS agents raided Kent Hovind’s home in 2002…

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Impressive Grocery Savings: more couponing praises

July 26, 2006
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I am hooked! I have been trying out the grocery game trial period and I am loving it. I saved over $80 last week by using coupons and store sales. My savings equaled more than I spent and I was able to stockpile a few bottles of laundry soap and some boxes of toothpaste as…

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Golden Pumpkin Sprouts

July 26, 2006
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Golden Pumpkin Sprouts

Shouts of joy and jubilation could be heard ’round the county. Yes, we are proud to announce we have pumpkin sprouts and some very happy children.

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Roy Moore: Will America Choose to Acknowledge God?

July 26, 2006
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What a joy to awake this morning and find a link in my inbox to this article entitled “Will America choose to acknowledge God?” by Roy Moore.  One of the most exciting things about this article is it is the first in what will be weekly installments on Worldnetdaily.com.  Roy Moore has proved time and again that he…

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A Touch Of Sanity – Abraham Cherrix Update

July 25, 2006
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Finally a little touch of sanity in Abraham’s outrageous saga.  World Net Daily reported today that Accomack County Circuit Court Judge Glen A. Taylor set aside the earlier ruling of the County Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court that required Abraham to report to the hospital and “consent to whatever treatment the hospital recommends”.  It also…

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Right to Privacy abridged – State Owns Children

July 24, 2006
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Right to Privacy abridged – State Owns Children

So, here’s the question.  Who gets to make medical decisions for your children: you, your doctor, or the state?  This would seem like a simply one, right?  After all who gave birth to the child?  Or even before that, who was involved in the conception of the child?  The Bible says, God formed us in…

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Blueberry Adventure

July 22, 2006
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Blueberry Adventure

Blueberry picking proved to be fun experience! We visited a good sized berry patch located on the grounds of a country church nestled in the rolling hills of Tennessee. Although a sultry summer day, we enjoyed picking the abundant fruit with our friends. We enjoyed a picnic lunch under the shade of some large trees…

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Grocery update

July 21, 2006
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I had a great shopping trip last night. I will soon post my savings as I am very excited about it — free toothpaste and cheerios for .99 cents a box — Yippee! I found out that you do not have to build your coupon supplies before using the grocery game system so I decided…

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The Art of Cooking Dry Beans

July 20, 2006
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In my busy, oft times hectic day, meal times can either be a blessing or a huge burden. I try to stay on top of things and prepare menus and meals ahead of time. I rely on the crock pot as well as freezer meals to make my job a bit less demanding. During this…

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Meal Time Rut Rescue

July 20, 2006
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Ever once in a while I seem to get into a meal time rut. I usually sit down to plan my meals before the month begins and lately it has been like “pulling teeth” (now that isn’t funny to me now) to break out of the meal time rut. I know other mothers experience the…

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America – Freedom To Fascism

July 20, 2006
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America – Freedom To Fascism

  It’s too late to say much, but the article and the site below say a mouthful.  Quickly, here’s the overview.  Aaron Russo has produced a new film.  No, it’s not Trading Places II.  It’s a documentary.  It’s a history lesson about America.  One might quickly dismiss the subject where it not from so respectable…

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More Alternative Grocery Shopping – The Art of Couponing

July 19, 2006
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I have run into a few people lately who are really good at couponing. While I do use coupons here and there, I have not pursued couponing as part of my homemaking career, however my interest in this art continues to soar as of late. Interestingly enough, a email digest for large families that I…

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Who would you rather have baby sit your children?

July 19, 2006
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Who would you rather have baby sit your children?

Please feel free to vote by comment Pro-life Christians Pro-abort Atheists Jackson’s Constitution Destroying Police Department

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Jackson Mississippi – Prolife or Anti-Christ

July 17, 2006
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Jackson Mississippi – Prolife or Anti-Christ

The sign reads “stop the violence against clinics”. The irony is the group holding the sign has just finished threatening to kill the driver of the car and has smashed in the hood and front windshield of his car. Where is the violence coming from here? And what did the guy in the car do…

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Guest Post – From Jackson Mississippi

July 17, 2006
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Guest Post – From Jackson Mississippi

Dear friends, I have been in Jackson, Mississippi, since Saturday for the Operation Save America gathering.  Every night we meet in a Church to worship, pray, hear some preaching, and get marching orders for the next day’s battle.  Last night we had a solemn assembly to pray in repentance for all the sin that has…

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