Monthly Archives: July 2014

Stay the Course

By: Susan Bea Good This is the season of politicians making claims. Not many can be believed. Unless you have inside information, it is hard to tell who is truthful. I’ve often resorted to voting for a candidate based on … Continue reading

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Looking For the One

By: Susan Bea Good Conservatives are calling for the one candidate that can win in 2016. Many are hoping to find the next Ronald Reagan or even another George Washington! My personal favorites include Dr. Ben Carson, Senator Mike Lee, … Continue reading

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The Jar is Empty

By: Susan Bea Good When my grandkids drop over one of the first things they ask is, “Can we have a treat from the grandson jar?” And almost immediately there is a conflict…because each wants to have priority-access to the … Continue reading

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The Value of a Vote

By: Susan Bea Good $15…that is the current rate for a Mississippi Democrat’s illegal double-vote in a Republican Primary election. Last month many black pastors are alleged to have informed their congregants that “walking around” cash would be paid to … Continue reading

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Declaration of Freedom

By: Susan Bea Good The Declaration of Independence was developed by men we call our Founding Fathers. Artfully written by Thomas Jefferson and adopted by the Continental Congress in July of 1776, its contributors intended to inform the population, of … Continue reading

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