The Truth Matters

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It takes a special movie to separate us from the $20-40 it costs now.  When I saw the preview for 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, it grabbed my attention.

 

“This is the true story of six men who had the courage to fight back.”

 

“This is the true story you were never told.”

 

My husband and I saw it yesterday, and it’s difficult for me to think about anything else.  Now I want to read the book, watch the interviews with the survivors and research the lies that Obama, Hillary Clinton, Joe Biden and Susan Rice told with straight faces to the American people.

 

Because those four didn’t simply lie about the cause of the attack, they are now lying about lying.  They couldn’t be more Orwellian if they were literally characters in Nineteen Eighty-Four.

 

In the presence of the 4 flag-draped coffins on the tarmac, Hillary Clinton lied to the families.

 

Now, she’s lying about lying.

 

Because of his lies to the American people and attempts to cover-up the Watergate break-in, Richard Nixon faced certain impeachment and therefore resigned the presidency on August 8, 1974.

 

Now, when those in the highest offices in Washington, D.C. lie and cover-up, they fly around on Air Force One and golf in exotic locations on the hard earned money of the American taxpayer.

 

Or they run for president.

 

After September 11, it was a common tool of the left to throw down the gauntlet of “Are you questioning my patriotism?!” when challenged on virtually any political point.  The weenies on the right would slink off with their tails between their legs, losing every time.

 

I say:  anyone who would vote for Lying Hillary Clinton does not love this country.

 

Cheers for Michael Bay and the stunningly courageous men who defended the compound in Benghazi!

 

America is not lost as long as we still have people like those brave men who will fight against all odds.

 

The truth matters.

 

 

 

 

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Lone Star Antique Mall, Christmas 2015, II

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December 15, 2015 · 8:32 pm

Lone Star Antique Mall, Christmas 2015

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Some of my favorite booths all decked out for Christmas at Lone Star Antique Mall, Haltom City, Texas.

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Vintage Christmas Card, XIV

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This small card from Hallmark was sold in a box (rather than individually) and my guess is that it’s from the late 1960s – early 70s.

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Vintage Christmas Cards, XIII

Vintage Christmas Card - cats

The kittens have white glitter on them (which doesn’t show up when scanned) and the paper is slightly textured.

I don’t know the date, but my guess is early to mid-60s.

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Pearl Harbor Day

December 7, 1941, the day that changed the course of history for the United States.

The vicious attack that killed 2,303 young American men who were not at war united our people to fight a beastly enemy.

My earnest hope is that we have not forgotten the lesson of Pearl Harbor and World War II.

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September 11, 2015

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What the New York City skyline would look like if…

Click here for an excellent video by PJ Media on the 2015 anniversary of 9-11.

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