Monthly Archives: October 2006

Farm Boys Raising Chickens

October 31, 2006
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Farm Boys Raising Chickens

Raising meat chickens has been a great experience for our whole family. At first the care consisted of keeping them in the basement (NOT FREE RANGE) under warm lights and changing out their bedding a couple times a day. Quickly they were ready to be moved to the barn to a bigger chicken box. After…

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Seasons

October 30, 2006
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Seasons

If there is one principle I understood almost immediately after our family moved states, it was a clear understanding of the word seasons! We actually now have real live dramatic seasons. Beautiful but cold winters with some snow and ice. Beautiful spring weather and outstanding trees and flowers. The greenest summers I have ever seen.…

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GOP “Party Of Death,” Too

October 27, 2006
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I tired to edit this down to manageable bites, but there was just too much good stuff.  I would encourage you to read the entire article here.  GOP “Party Of Death,” Too By Chuck Baldwin October 27, 2006 This column is archived at http://www.chuckbaldwinlive.com/c2006/cbarchive_20061027.html For the sake of those who are unfamiliar with my background: I…

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Blogging changes coming 2007!

October 26, 2006
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I lament to my husband frequently that there are never enough hours in a day and that if only I could go without eating and sleeping, I could get much more done! Maybe I am a hyperactive housewife? I just don’t think those extra things are extra. What’s baking bread or growing a garden in…

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Tax Money Spent on AIDS

October 25, 2006
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Just as a short post script to the previous post about the sodomite Mark Dybul’s appointment as Ambassador.  The site of the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator reports that they will spend $15,000,000,000 (BILLION) on GLOBAL AIDS programs over a five year period. Let’s put those numbers in perspective for a large American family. …

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Condi Rice and Laura Bush support Sodomite Mark Dybul

October 24, 2006
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Condi Rice and Laura Bush support Sodomite Mark Dybul

This is just too much to pass up but at the same time it makes one almost speechless.  Here is the deal, there was a swearing in ceremony on October 10th, for the next Global AIDS Coordinator, Mark Dybul.  Stop!  Why do we have a GLOBAL AIDS anything?  Why are my tax dollars paying someones salary to A)…

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Pantry Building: Grandmother’s idea

October 21, 2006
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The grocery and household supplies spending for large and medium size families doesn’t have to be huge though the food and supplies are. And building a pantry for these supplies doesn’t have to be difficult. I think that moms with just a few children can benefit from learning some shopping tips as well as stocking…

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Sourdough Recipe

October 13, 2006
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I love making sourdough bread! I am getting into a rhythm and have been averaging making two loaves a day. Over the weekend, I made extra so I would not have to make any on Sunday and it worked out great. I expanded the sourdough operation by attempting cinnamon rolls which were in fact very…

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ACLU opposes tax exemption for all churches

October 12, 2006
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Crossposted from Stop The ACLU Imagine if a Church used the power of its tax exemption as a lever towards political campaigns. Can you imagine the outrage from groups like the ACLU if a Church used its tax exempt donations to create political ads opposing candidates that did not adhere to certain “American values” as…

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Is Walmart Evil? – Part V The Fruit of True Capitalism

October 11, 2006
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The departure from true capitalism took place a long time ago. The effects of that departure were not as blatant then as they are now. It would be hard to consider Rockefeller hiring a sodomite consulting firm to help him through the “image crisis” he faced with Standard Oil in Texas. However, the root of…

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Unique Clothing

October 10, 2006
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Unique Clothing

I recently read about a woman who created her own line of clothing she characterizes as “beautiful clothes for every day.” She states, “Some of my favorite dresses are those that truly look as if you just rolled in off the farm. I love mixing ….layer cotton dresses with silky slips, tough denim, textured stockings,…

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Upcoming New Release: The Homemakers Guide to Extreme Grocery Shopping

October 10, 2006
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Over the last month, I have been working on writing a book called, “The Homemakers Guide to Extreme Grocery Savings: Guaranteed Money Saving Tips That Will Put Money Back In Your Purse!” Once we work out the quarks, we will have it available. It is a basic guide that will introduce you into the world…

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I Love Dixie – Not Taxes!

October 7, 2006
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I Love Dixie – Not Taxes!

Compliments of I Love Dixie  

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The Bread Baby

October 5, 2006
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The Bread Baby

The sourdough operation around here is bubbling, literally 😉 I made a minor change and increased my starter so that I would be able to make more loaves of bread at one time.  I highly recommend the silicone baking pans.  They have made making bread even easier.  Now I want to find silicone muffin pans…

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Sourdough Bread Results

October 2, 2006
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The first batch was edible. In the midst of a busy house, I accidentally skipped a step and added some ingredients when I should have let it proof before. But even with a major mess up, it actually turned out to still be bread. It was very dense, not very pretty but still tasty I…

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