Monthly Archives: July 2013

Black Cow Eating Licorice at Midnight

By: Susan Bea Good Congressman Darrel Issa needs night vision. Apparently Obama’s IRS finds the wide stroke permanent black marker indispensible when preparing documents headed for Republican Congressional inquiry. It’s obvious the government does not want to reveal incriminating information. … Continue reading

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True Selflessness

By: Susan Bea Good Two, willing to wait…giving their “unexpecteds” nine to get ready for birth. Forty (years)…and four (months)…that’s how long it’s been since two teens became “moms.” Both tempted…but chose the truest selflessness. While a senior in High … Continue reading

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Hopeless

By: Susan Bea Good An estimated one million people have signed an online petition to re-charge George Zimmerman, with a Federal crime focused on the possible violation of Trayvon Martin’s civil rights. Thousands are expected to gather today, in more than … Continue reading

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Make it Good

By: Susan Bea Good Dr Alveda King addressed the race-baiting Jesse Jacksons and Al Sharptons of this country…”(stop) stirring up the people without positive solutions.” Too bad these greedy men have not listened to her admonition! On this third day, after the … Continue reading

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Acquittal’s Message

By: Susan Bea Good Many people were disappointed in the “not guilty” verdict handed to George Zimmerman. I had a different response…”Justice prevailed!” Mr. Zimmerman was unjustly target-prosecuted as a “white” man, in the ongoing caucasian-hating vendetta that liberals have … Continue reading

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Mothers Who Lie

By: Susan Bea Good I have experience, as a mother, standing before a judge and being disregarded…in fact derided, for testimony regarding my son’s wrongdoing as a 17 year old. I learned that judges do not believe a mother’s testimony. While … Continue reading

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Getting Involved: What If We All Did That?

By: Susan Bea Good George Zimmerman screamed for help!…and no one came. The police did not respond fast enough to avoid or even interrupt the confrontation that led to a teen’s death. Neighbors, who heard George’s pleas, chose not to take … Continue reading

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