Monthly Archives: October 2014

Let’s hope McConnell Loses

What I’m about to say might shock some of you, but I’m going to say it anyway. I pray with all my heart that Mitch McConnell loses his Senatorial race. Now let me explain why. Almost 100 years ago to … Continue reading

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When do we finally stand up?

As you all know, last week we lost several Sacramento Police Officers. They were shot to death by an illegal that had been deported numerous times. We also know that these so called children streaming across our borders are in … Continue reading

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Hand-Baskets and the CDC

Since everyone in the government wants to share a virus with their fellow citizens, I decided to share this with you. Are you, like many others wondering how Thomas Eric Duncan was able to enter the U.S. while suffering from … Continue reading

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By the Numbers

The big story going around right now is that we could’ve had a cure for Ebola if the GOP had given the NIH more money. Well, in fact they did give more last year than what the President requested. However, … Continue reading

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Quiz time/let kids be kids

Okay, today we’re going to start with a quiz. Everyone loves a quiz, so here goes.  Now this is a who said quiz, and even though you think it was all said by Obama, you’d be wrong. 1. “We’re going … Continue reading

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Weekend Round-up

Hi everyone, did you know that in Los Angeles they’re really getting into the swing of things for the upcoming election. On the bumper of a DeLorean of all cars is a bumper sticker that has on the left the … Continue reading

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Japan, enemy or friend–you decide

Continuing from Part 3’s post, Lets see how these “Showa martyrs” are perceived through the lens of Japanese Buddhism. The Soto Zen master, Reirin Yamada, who thrived as a spiritual teacher during and after WWII and who was a great … Continue reading

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Part 3–Japan and the Perfect Day

Something happened last April that went unreported by Western News Agencies. The Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe sent a message to the Koyasan Okuno-a Buddhist temple. In this temple there is a shrine which is believed to be a … Continue reading

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Is Japan a hidden enemy? Part 2 of “The Perfect Day.”

What I’m about to share has been sitting on my desk for over two weeks while I tried as best I could to research what the article was saying. Because of what I was able to uncover I feel it’s … Continue reading

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Obama and Ebola

Before I begin tonight I’m wondering if any of you watched Ben Affleck and Bill Maher battle over Islam? Probably many of you did, but did you notice what Affleck said at about the 2:16 mark.  Affleck, who obviously thinks … Continue reading

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