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Great Smoky Mountain Railroad – .3 Miles We want to share with you information about our new creation “Bryson Village” in Bryson City, NC. We restored the “Historic Bryson House” built in 1929 by the grandson of the founder of Bryson … Continue reading
https://www.foxnews.com/world/palestinian-authority-bans-lgbtq-west-bank Sure does complicate the left’s already bizarro world, doesn’t it…..
It’s bad enough that drought-like conditions and rapid population growth have stoked a shortage of water and other vital resources in Ghana, a country that boasts one of the fastest growing economies on Earth (if it is still poor). But a banking … Continue reading
Will the truth about the extreme corruption of the government by the Obama administration be exposed? Although the coverups continue, will we be able to handle the truth? David DeGerolamo
As Solzhenitsyn wrote: “We didn’t love freedom enough.” I find myself in the same position as he, not yet in a camp, but knowing that, by the rhetoric of the left, that is a goal they strive to achieve, to put someone in … Continue reading
We can’t just keep ignoring the problems we face.
Representative Larry G. Pittman North Carolina General Assembly House of Representatives 1010 Legislative Building 16 W. Jones Street Raleigh, NC 27601-1096 919-715-2009 firstname.lastname@example.org Last time, I gave you an overview of the budget process and some things I helped get … Continue reading
Friend and colleague, Kathy Rubio, sent me a biographical account of a document written by a person who survived the holocaust conditions in Bosnia between 1992 and 1995. According to Kathy, the man has had a stroke and obviously would … Continue reading
This is why it’s come to violence. Imagine you’re the Winning Right’s CEO and chief marketing officer. Your job is to “sell” the concept that most of humanity is low-IQ and immoral and that’s why they fail. Meanwhile the competition’s … Continue reading