Tag Archives: Benghazi

Hillary’s Hollow Heart

By: Susan Bea Good Six inches of first-snow is expected tonight in my “neck of the woods” here in Southwest Michigan. My car tires needed replacing before the storm, so yesterday I squeezed in a late afternoon appointment at the … Continue reading

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Lying Up Loose Ends

By: Susan Bea Good Hillary Rodham Clinton sat in the hot seat for nearly eight hours today at the seventh investigation, but perhaps the first genuine attempt, into the truth about Benghazi. Her ability to deflect and depress truth is … Continue reading

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Do You Know?

By: Susan Bea Good Accusations are rarely received well. But questions, even hard ones, usually raise a response, because people naturally like to have their say. Recently South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy, turned the tables on the Press when he … Continue reading

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Whose Shame?

By: Susan Bea Good Dem. Representative Louise Slaughter, from New York, closed her House floor remarks yesterday with a question, directed at Republicans, just before the vote authorizing a Select Committee to investigate Benghazi. Ms. Slaughter suggested that Republicans are … Continue reading

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Much to Remember

By: Susan Bea Good My husband is a funny guy…or a “Fungi”…as is the claim of one of his favorite t-shirts. He has a quirky sense of humor. When it comes to memory, he often teases that his brain is … Continue reading

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Festering

By: Susan Bea Good FEST…the Foreign Emergency Security Team…was ready and willing to go into action the night our Ambassador and three others were killed by Muslim Terrorists. This week the Congress held a hearing on Benghazi…alternating questioners between honestly inquiring … Continue reading

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Puneby

As a very young boy, Carey was abandoned under a bridge. His severely clubbed feet and scoliosis made him an outcast in India. Christians invited him into their home, where he helped our infant daughter, and eventually met us. After … Continue reading

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