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Tuesday, Jan. 24th, 2012 – It’s a very uneasy atmosphere in the world, this week. With all of the bad financial news and the threat of war, it seems that people are conditioned to expect nothing to happen. While it does help my peace of mind to not worry about things that haven’t happened, I also have one I eye open to the possibility of sudden changes. I see the important plan is to have a plan. Everything doesn’t go the way it was planned. This is where understanding Biblical principles and the lessons of history are important. In that regard, we are all still in school. We have a lot to learn, and we need instruction. We have seen enough to know that dependency is a problem. If we are cut off from necessities, we are vulnerable. Sometimes, people approach their worst enemies for help. It is a very dangerous thing to be at the mercy of human nature.

Tuesday, Jan. 24th, 2012 – It’s a very uneasy atmosphere in the world, this week. With all of the bad financial news and the threat of war, it seems that people are conditioned to expect nothing to happen. While it does help my peace of mind to not worry about things that haven’t happened, I also have one I eye open to the possibility of sudden changes. I see the important plan is to have a plan. Everything doesn’t go the way it was planned. This is where understanding Biblical principles and the lessons of history are important. In that regard, we are all still in school. We have a lot to learn, and we need instruction. We have seen enough to know that dependency is a problem. If we are cut off from necessities, we are vulnerable. Sometimes, people approach their worst enemies for help. It is a very dangerous thing to be at the mercy of human nature.

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Vindication


A little vindication is nice. For 5 years, I was the voice people expected to hear, when they caled The American Freedom Network.  I filmed and produced videos that went all over the world. I did audio production that they haven’t duplicated, since. When I left AFN, I thought everyone in alternative news media knew who I was and what I was about. Most of the last 3 years felt like I had disappeared from the face of the earth. I never gave up. I continued writing under a wide variety of circumstances. I talked with everyone who came along and I follow more than 70 blogs. I speed read and comment on posts on many websites. Today was a major breakthrough. The previous record for daily views on my blog site was 93, on July 4th. Today, I have 278, at the moment. Michael Corbin always told me that he needed me as a writer. Dr. Stan Montieth  

http://www.radioliberty.com

said that he really needed someone who could research the way I could. As it turns out, I need to be all of those things, and everything I was before I became homeless. It’s been a long, hard road, but I’m home now. I have a wonderful woman in my life that really cares about the things that are important to me.


Hello world! update


Good morning! ……. I’m just getting into my first cup of coffee at Ziggi’s Coffee House in Longmont, CO. Ziggi’s website is http://www.ziggiscoffee.com   Until I’m awake,  please forgive the typos. My fingers don’t fit the keys, this morning. I never was a typist.  Once I get going, I want to switch to a theme with a more natural header layout. I hope that the content stays through the switch. Because I’m still learning my way around WordPress, it took me hours to get to where it is, now.

The best we can do is live and learn. Time for me to get to class.